Marketplace for Monday, October 3, 2016
Oct 3, 2016

Marketplace for Monday, October 3, 2016


On today's show we look Donald Trump's taxes, the plan for Brexit and a new, old product from Facebook. Then: just in time for Rosh Hashanah, a tour of Manischewitz's matzoh factory.

Segments From this episode

Retired U.S. Women's Soccer star Abby Wambach on gender wage gap

Oct 3, 2016
Wambach shares her personal struggles in new memoir, 'Forward'
Abby Wambach of the United States reacts during the women's soccer match against China at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Chris Graythen/Getty Images

Kosher foods get an update

Oct 3, 2016
Organic matzoh? The 129-year-old Manischewitz is keeping up with food trends.
Manishewitz is focused on providing consumers with the same options they see available in mainstream products, like non-GMO offerings.
Sally Herships/Marketplace

UK reveals Brexit timetable and strikes tough stance

Oct 3, 2016
UK Prime Minister Theresa May signals the UK won't yield on immigration policy.
British Prime Minister Theresa May waves after delivering a speech about Brexit on the first day of the Conservative Party Conference 2016 at the ICC Birmingham in Birmingham, England. 
Carl Court/Getty Images

Facebook takes on Craigslist

Oct 3, 2016
Facebook is rolling out a new "Marketplace" feature in four countries.

Bass Pro Shops to buy Cabela's

Oct 3, 2016
Bass Pro Shops will acquire rival, Cabela's, in a deal worth $5.5 billion.
Cabela's 250,000 square foot retail outlet is seen in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. 
William Thomas Cain/Getty Images

Keep making 'OldChella' jokes — Desert Trip is laughing all the way to the bank

Oct 3, 2016
The Coachella Valley nostalgia-fest could become the first music festival to make #100 million.
A new documentary series on the Stones' rise to fame touches on lessons about growing a business and entrepreneurship. Above, frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Ron Wood performing in 2006.
Cancan Chu/Getty Images

Trump's return reveals real estate tax benefits

Oct 3, 2016
Developers benefit from features of the tax code unavailable to most Americans.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a speech outlining his vision for tax reform at his skyscraper on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Andrew Burton/Getty Images

On today’s show we look Donald Trump’s taxes, the plan for Brexit and a new, old product from Facebook. Then: just in time for Rosh Hashanah, a tour of Manischewitz’s matzoh factory.

Music from the episode

Manifest Gang Starr
Bulletproof La Roux