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Marketplace for Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Dec 15, 2015

Marketplace for Tuesday, December 15, 2015

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An interview with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers about the upcoming interest rate hike; how the LAUSD shutdown affected parents' work days; and the effort to restore ties between U.S. and Cuba baseball programs. 

Segments From this episode

What Larry Summers thinks about raising interest rates

Dec 15, 2015
The former Treasury secretary has been vocal in his opposition to rate hikes.

The black market for campaign email lists

Dec 15, 2015
A Politico story looks into the lucrative market for candidate donor emails.

The state of the WTO in three metaphors

Dec 15, 2015
WTO revisits Doha Agenda...14 years later

Major League baseball tries to repeat history in Cuba

Dec 15, 2015
Major league executives and players are in Cuba to restore ties.

The cost of healthcare is based on where you live

A look at how healthcare monopolies affect the price of care

Los Angeles schools closed after attack threat

Dec 15, 2015
The Los Angeles School District today closed schools to protect students and employees' safety.

There's no one magic number for the Fed

Dec 15, 2015
We're as sure as we can be that a rate hike is going to happen, but how big will it be?

An interview with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers about the upcoming interest rate hike; how the LAUSD shutdown affected parents’ work days; and the effort to restore ties between U.S. and Cuba baseball programs. 

Music from the episode

Daffodils Mark Ronson, Kevin Parker
Black Out Days Phantogram
Let's Call It Off - Single Version Peter Bjorn and John
Take You Higher - Radio Edit Goodwill, Hook N Sling
Blinking Pigs Little Dragon