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Marketplace for Tuesday July 22, 2014

Marketplace for Tuesday July 22, 2014

Jul 22, 2014

Is inflation dead? Seems fair to say it’s at least comatose. The latest numbers show little movement in consumer prices and that’s unlikely to change soon. Plus, companies like  Comcast and Netflix are raking it in. So what…

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A new and faster way of buying concert tickets

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 22, 2014
Marketplace tests out the speed of ticket apps with a One Direction concert

Turning a new leaf can prove elusive in tobacco-built South

by , and Jul 22, 2014
Mullins, South Carolina is a small town with a big past and a long memory.

Why Boeing and Delta are dueling over the Ex-Im bank

by Mark Garrison Jul 22, 2014
We explain the implications behind Boeing and Delta's massive fight over the Export-Import bank.

What are companies doing with all that cash?

by Dan Bobkoff Jul 22, 2014
Giants like Google and Apple and Pfizer are raking it in. But where is the money going?

Inflation: A 'sweet spot' for consumer prices

by Krissy Clark Jul 22, 2014
The latest inflation numbers show prices are not too hot and not too cold.
Final Note

It's illegal to work in August...for Congress

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 22, 2014
According to law, Congress is not permitted to work during the month of August.
Big Ideas

3 ways Harvard President Drew Faust measures colleges

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 22, 2014
Harvard President Drew Faust says salary after college shouldn't be priority.

More From This Episode

Is inflation dead? Seems fair to say it’s at least comatose. The latest numbers show little movement in consumer prices and that’s unlikely to change soon. Plus, companies like  Comcast and Netflix are raking it in. So what are they doing with all that money? We investigate. Also, Boeing and Delta are in a massive fight right now over this esoteric thing called the Ex-Im bank and how much money ends up in Boeing’s hands. We explain what’s at the core of the fight and how it’s playing out in these two companies that once had a pretty symbiotic relationship.

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