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Sep 30, 2016

Marketplace for Friday, September 30, 2016

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Think of the words “European banking crisis” and you’re most likely to think about Italy or Greece. But now Germany's Deutschebank is in trouble. We'll talk about it as we recap the week in business and economy news. Plus: how the influx of Puerto Ricans in Florida could affect the election.

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Dunkin Donuts and Coke join forces in bottled coffee

Sep 30, 2016
Coca-Cola will bottle and distribute Dunkin Donut coffee drinks.
A man displays a 24-ounce iced latte purchased at Dunkin Donuts in Manhattan, New York City. 
Mario Tama/Getty Images

Deutsche Bank woes highlight European bank issues

Sep 30, 2016
Germany's biggest bank is not alone in facing systemic problems.
The headquarters of Deutsche Bank stand on Sept. 26 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images

One solution for food security: putting seeds in a vault

Sep 30, 2016
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault tries to keep a supply of crop seeds safe in case of food shortages.
A man carries one of the newly arrived boxes containing seeds from Japan and USA into the international gene bank Svalbard Global Seed Vault, outside Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen, Norway.
JUNGE, HEIKO/AFP/Getty Images

Puerto Ricans, in Florida, could be a political catch

Sep 30, 2016
Thousands of newly arrived Puerto Ricans, all U.S. citizens, are eligible to vote if they register
Filipa Rodriguez

The dangerous world of the Internet of Things

Sep 30, 2016
Everything's connected to the Internet. Which can be scary.
SAMEER AL-DOUMY/AFP/Getty Images

Weekly Wrap: Banks at home, and abroad

Sep 30, 2016
Leigh Gallagher of Fortune Magazine and John Carney of the Wall Street Journal join Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal for this week's edition of The Weekly Wrap.

Target customers are digging through their trash to reuse discontinued pill bottles

Sep 30, 2016
The red bottles got a lot of praise, but disappeared when CVS bought Target Pharmacy.
Target's red, transparent ClearRX bottles were childproof, had clear lettering and personalized color rings to avoid consuming the wrong medication.
Scott Olson/Getty Images

Think of the words “European banking crisis” and you’re most likely to think about Italy or Greece. But now Germany’s Deutschebank is in trouble. We’ll talk about it as we recap the week in business and economy news. Plus: how the influx of Puerto Ricans in Florida could affect the election.

Music from the episode

Chartreuse Capital Cities
Det haster! Casiokids
She Wolf Shakira
Kick, Push Lupe Fiasco
Freedom Pharrell Williams