Marketplace for Monday, February 8, 2016
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A look at Beyonce's business 'Formation'; how volunteers on the ground are more valuable than campaign ads; and the Wealth & Poverty goes to poorest county in South Carolina.
Segments From this episode
Millennials are lagging behind Boomers in entrepreneurship
But millennials are still young and living in a different economy.
When campaigning, boots are cheaper than ads
The campaign ground game is cheap, but tough. Candidates skip it at their peril.
Hollywood takes a gamble during TV pilot season
Pilot season in Hollywood means networks vying for new shows.
Record floods in Missouri spur debate over levees
Some blame the floods on nature, others say public policy made things worse
Fighting poverty one house at a time
In South Carolina, a non-profit wants to use a federal zone to spur development.
Beyonce's singular business model
Beyonce's music release strategies reveal her business savvy.
American communities are putting themselves back together
The Fallows visited over 50 cities in three years to learn about community in America
A look at Beyonce’s business ‘Formation’; how volunteers on the ground are more valuable than campaign ads; and the Wealth & Poverty goes to poorest county in South Carolina.
Music from the episode
Life in Technicolor ii Coldplay
The Colour Of Crumar Mark Ronson, The Business Intl
Beautiful Liar Beyoncé, Shakira
Uptown Funk Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars
Viva La Vida Coldplay