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Marketplace for Friday November 14, 2014

Marketplace for Friday November 14, 2014

Nov 14, 2014

ISIS wants to make, distribute and regulate its own coins, but there are all sorts of problems with creating a currency out of precious metals. Plus, S&P just gave Twitter a BB junk rating. Junk!?!? Does…

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Gwynne Shotwell and Franklin Leonard talk creativity

by Kai Ryssdal Nov 13, 2014
The heads of the Black List and SpaceX stopped by our live show in Los Angeles.

How your car's computers can spy on you

by Dan Weissmann Nov 14, 2014
Auto makers issue privacy standards for the data that cars collect.
Final Note

Pimco co-founder got a $290 million bonus last year

by Kai Ryssdal Nov 14, 2014
His life is so different from ours.

It won't be easy for ISIS to create its own currency

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 14, 2014
Establishing a gold-and-silver system creates problems in a modern global economy.

Twitter's 'junk' rating is not as stinky as it sounds

by Adriene Hill Nov 14, 2014
S&P just gave Twitter a BB- rating. So is it time to sell? Not really.

Nike dominates basketball shoes. Adidas wants in.

by , and Nov 14, 2014
Thanks to the Air Jordan, Nike has over 90 percent of the basketball shoe market.

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ISIS wants to make, distribute and regulate its own coins, but there are all sorts of problems with creating a currency out of precious metals. Plus, S&P just gave Twitter a BB junk rating. Junk!?!? Does that mean Twitter is destined for the trash pile? Not really. It simply means that it’s carrying a lot of debt relative to its earnings. Finally, car makers are agreeing to voluntary privacy standards for all data being collected by in-car computers. But what data is being collected and how could its use or release affect you?

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