Marketplace for Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Jun 16, 2015

Marketplace for Tuesday, June 16, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, June, 16, 2015: Amid the confusing welter of deadlines, institutions, egos and last-minute talks, we look at where we stand in the Greek debt crisis. It’s an issue that never seems to leave the headlines or come any closer to resolution. Next: everybody knows Californian is going through one of its worst droughts and how it emphasizes the state's reliance on imported water. What's less apparent is how vulnerable the aging water infrastructure is, especially in Southern California. As part of our series "Weak Link," sustainability reporter Sarah Gardner has a different kind of California water story — one that just might "shake" you. 

Segments From this episode

Greek debt crisis is feeling like Groundhog Day

Jun 16, 2015
Time and options are running out for the nation, whose payments are due soon.

U.S. avocado consumption is ripe

Jun 16, 2015
We take a look at what the peak market means for farmers and the industry.

Goldman to improve its consumer Sachs appeal

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Jun 16, 2015
The institution ventures into online lending. Why have banks been so slow?

FBI, DOJ probe St. Louis Cardinals

Jun 16, 2015
Investigators are looking at whether the baseball team hacked the Houston Astros.

The business of Forbes rankings

Jun 16, 2015
How to calculate a prince's worth? Start by thinking like a billionaire.

Helping global trade's 'losers'

Jun 16, 2015
House's vote puts worker-retraining program in jeopardy.

L.A.'s biggest vulnerability lies under its streets

Jun 16, 2015
A major quake could rupture the city's aging system of 7,000 miles of water pipes.

Airing on Tuesday, June, 16, 2015: Amid the confusing welter of deadlines, institutions, egos and last-minute talks, we look at where we stand in the Greek debt crisis. It’s an issue that never seems to leave the headlines or come any closer to resolution. Next: everybody knows Californian is going through one of its worst droughts and how it emphasizes the state’s reliance on imported water. What’s less apparent is how vulnerable the aging water infrastructure is, especially in Southern California. As part of our series “Weak Link,” sustainability reporter Sarah Gardner has a different kind of California water story — one that just might “shake” you. 

Music from the episode

Murder Room Pepper Rabbit
Murder Room Pepper Rabbit
What You Know Two Door Cinema Club
What You Know Two Door Cinema Club