Marketplace for Thursday, September 15, 2016
Sep 15, 2016

Marketplace for Thursday, September 15, 2016

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On today's show: Kai sits down with one of Hillary Clinton's economic policy advisers, Jacob Leibenluft, to talk about his candidate's platform; why some big banks have started to chafe under stress-test rules; and it's been three weeks, but Samsung hasn't been able to lead a successful recall on its Galaxy Note 7. Marketplace's Reema Khrais looks at how the company can stay afloat after this major mishap.

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New overtime rules mean changes for nonprofits and their employees

Sep 15, 2016
Nonprofits are scrambling to figure out how to comply with new overtime rules.
Workers at the Osceola Council on Aging in Kissimmee clean up after preparing and delivering 1,000 meals to senior citizens in the community.
Renata Sago

Clinton’s economic policy adviser on trade and paid Wall Street speeches

Sep 15, 2016
Jacob Leibenluft is an economic policy adviser to Secretary Hillary Clinton.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters at a rally at John Marshall High School on August 17, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. 

 
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To fix health care, try a walk around the neighborhood

Sep 15, 2016
Dr. Prabhjot Singh on his book "Dying and Living in the Neighborhood."
Dr. Prabhjot Singh speaks to the Gerson Lehrman Group on March 1, 2016, in New York City. 

 
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This election's about — and causing — anxiety

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Sep 15, 2016
Some two-thirds of Americans say the vote is their No. 1 economic worry.
 
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Recall of Samsung Galaxy Note7 is now official

Sep 15, 2016
Problems with the phones' batteries exploding and catching fire have been known for weeks
DJ Koh, president of mobile communications business at Samsung, holds a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as he speaks during a launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
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Should banks get an early peek at stress tests?

Sep 15, 2016
A new report argues the process for developing the tests should be more open.
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On today’s show: Kai sits down with one of Hillary Clinton’s economic policy advisers, Jacob Leibenluft, to talk about his candidate’s platform; why some big banks have started to chafe under stress-test rules; and it’s been three weeks, but Samsung hasn’t been able to lead a successful recall on its Galaxy Note 7. Marketplace’s Reema Khrais looks at how the company can stay afloat after this major mishap.

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