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Marketplace for Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Jul 19, 2016

Marketplace for Tuesday, July 19, 2016

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We continue our election coverage of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio; an interview with the President of Scott Free Productions for the latest installment of Corner Office; and landowners in West Texas have won millions of dollars in a settlement against a U.S. natural pipeline company that took their lands through the practice of eminent domain.

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A Texas range war over a natural gas pipeline

Jul 18, 2016
A pipeline carrying natural gas to Mexico from Texas will across remote ranches more than a century old.
The Trans-Pecos Pipeline is expected to send 1.4 billion cubic feet of Texas natural gas per day to Mexico.
Lorne Matalon/Marketplace

Scott Free TV's chief on riding the content wave

Jul 19, 2016
David W. Zucker talks about running the TV side of the company and the flip side of the content bubble.
David Zucker, left, the president of TV at Scott Free Productions, and writer/executive producer Frank Spotnitz speak during the "The Man in the High Castle" panel discussion at the 2015 Summer TCA Tour in Beverly Hills, California.  
Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Amazon Studios

Investment returns falter at CalPERS

Jul 19, 2016
The nation's largest public pension fund posted a gain far below expectations.
: The California Public Employees' Retirement System building in Sacramento, California. 
Max Whittaker/Getty Images

An Olympics without Russia: Who stands to gain?

Jul 19, 2016
Brazil should send Russia 'a big thank you card' for refocusing negative attention, one expert says.
The 2016 Rio Olympics has another controversy on its hands; this time it's Russia's team. 
YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images

Why we're still talking about Glass-Steagall

Jul 19, 2016
Republicans want to reinstate the Depression-era banking regulation.
Sen. Carter Glass and Rep. Henry B. Steagall, the co-sponsors of the Glass–Steagall Act.
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 A man tries to block a banner held by supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Roger Ailes reportedly out as head of Fox News

Jul 19, 2016
With a $40 million goodbye.
Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes walks with his wife, Elizabeth Tilson, as they leave the News Corp building Tuesday in New York City. As of late Tuesday afternoon, Ailes and 21st Century Fox are reportedly in discussions concerning his departure.
Drew Angerer/Getty Images

We continue our election coverage of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio; an interview with the President of Scott Free Productions for the latest installment of Corner Office; and landowners in West Texas have won millions of dollars in a settlement against a U.S. natural pipeline company that took their lands through the practice of eminent domain.

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