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Marketplace for Monday, February 10,  2014
Feb 10, 2014

Marketplace for Monday, February 10, 2014

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The non-profit makes a deal with Getty to stock more pictures of empowered women. We look at how stock photos have taken over the image world, what the move can mean, and what it can’t do (change needs to come from the demand side, and not just the supply side). In other familiar pictures, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is in the news again, having delivered yet another mea culpa related to his fast mouth and poor choice of words. How many passes does the man get before he loses his job? And, in medical news, rather than getting paid based on how many tests they do, but on whether their patients get better and stay better. So healthcare providers are looking for comparatively inexpensive ways to improve outcomes. Enter the “lay community health worker.” 

Segments From this episode

It's Monday. Let's talk about stress.

Feb 10, 2014
The Marketplace Datebook for February 11th.

What kind of stock photo says "working women"?

Feb 10, 2014
Getty Images and Lean In are putting together alternatives to women climbing ladders and smiling at their salads

Navigating the many firsts of freshman year

Feb 10, 2014
Going away to school is an adjustment for nearly every student, but when you're the first in your family to go, the transition can be even harder

Delivering better medical care, at $15 an hour

Feb 10, 2014
Community health workers: an inexpensive and extremely effective medical resource

How do rental car companies make money?

Feb 10, 2014
And seriously, what's with those key chains you can't take apart?

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong: How many chances does he get?

Feb 10, 2014
Isn't his board getting tired of the mea culpas?

Will Missouri football player Michael Sam get drafted?

Feb 10, 2014
He told ESPN and The New York Times that he's gay -- and now the NFL has to make a business decision

Another day, another delay for the Affordable Care Act

Feb 10, 2014
Companies have more time to figure out how the healthcare law affects them

The non-profit makes a deal with Getty to stock more pictures of empowered women. We look at how stock photos have taken over the image world, what the move can mean, and what it can’t do (change needs to come from the demand side, and not just the supply side). In other familiar pictures, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is in the news again, having delivered yet another mea culpa related to his fast mouth and poor choice of words. How many passes does the man get before he loses his job? And, in medical news, rather than getting paid based on how many tests they do, but on whether their patients get better and stay better. So healthcare providers are looking for comparatively inexpensive ways to improve outcomes. Enter the “lay community health worker.” 

Music from the episode

B For My Name Beastie Boys
Helena Beat Foster The People