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with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace for Monday, February 11, 2013

Police in Los Angeles are offering $1 million to anyone who leads them to the whereabouts of alleged cop-killer Christopher Dorner, but big rewards don’t necessarily yield big results. We consider how the pope’s resignation would work in the regular business world. Maker’s Mark bourbon is flying off store shelves, pushing the company to announce that it's watering down the alcohol content. Apple’s talking about building a watch, and one intriguing feature would be bendable glass. A new book reveals how statistics now affect decision-making in nearly every industry and facet of life. And Sylvester Monroe reports on the vicious economic cycle of violence in Chicago's South Side.

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