Marketplace for Thursday, November 26, 2015
Nov 26, 2015

Marketplace for Thursday, November 26, 2015

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The IMF debates adding the Chinese renminbi to its basket of currencies, why Georgia has seen the highest growth in Latina-owned businesses in the U.S. and Marketplace's Scott Tong explains whats at stake ahead of next week's United Nations' Paris Climate Change Conference.

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Why Latina-owned businesses in Georgia are growing

Nov 15, 2015
Latinas seeking financial opportunity learn the basics about operating a business

A 12-day push to reach a climate change deal starts on Monday

Nov 24, 2015
In Paris, representatives of some 200 countries will work towards a climate change deal.

On patrol with the drought police

Nov 26, 2015
Burbank is using new technology and recycling to cut water use.

ESPN's ratings are slipping

Nov 26, 2015
ESPN has lost about 7 million subscribers since its audience peak in 2013.

The link between Russia's military and sanctions

Nov 26, 2015
France has sanctions against Russia, but they are coordinating on fighting ISIS.

IMF set to give Chinese currency a stamp of approval

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Nov 26, 2015
The renminbi may get a special status the dollar and other currencies have.

The IMF debates adding the Chinese renminbi to its basket of currencies, why Georgia has seen the highest growth in Latina-owned businesses in the U.S. and Marketplace’s Scott Tong explains whats at stake ahead of next week’s United Nations’ Paris Climate Change Conference.