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Marketplace for Tuesday June 3, 2014

Marketplace for Tuesday June 3, 2014

Jun 3, 2014

A national poll shows there is broad public support for the EPA clean up of coal-burning generating plants. But the EPA's proposal does not eliminate coal. In fact, coal would still power 30 percent of electricity…

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Stories From this episode

Why it's so hard to serve healthy food in schools

by Conrad Wilson Jun 3, 2014
“They’re not going to eat it necessarily just because you put it on their plate."
Live on Stage

Khaled Hosseini on the economics behind 'And the Mountains Echoed'

by Nancy Farghalli Jun 3, 2014
We're asking authors about the numbers that inspire them.
Author Khaled Hosseini.
Elena Seibert
Datebook

Lace up and cover some ground

by Michelle Philippe Jun 3, 2014
Marketplace Datebook for Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The 'war on coal' is no fight to the death

by Dan Weissmann Jun 3, 2014
Even with EPA goals, 30 percent of U.S. electricity will come from burning coal.
Learning Curve

Conde Nast gets into the education business

by David Weinberg Jun 3, 2014
Conde Nast is working with universities to create accredited certificate programs.

All of a sudden, everyone's buying new cars

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 3, 2014
Auto sales figures out today show a huge increase. What’s behind the sudden rise?
Final Note

The Secret Service wants sarcasm detection software

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 3, 2014
The Secret Service wants someone to create software that will detect sarcasm.

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A national poll shows there is broad public support for the EPA clean up of coal-burning generating plants. But the EPA’s proposal does not eliminate coal. In fact, coal would still power 30 percent of electricity generation by 2030. What the rules are likely to do is move utilities to do what they’re already doing for business reasons- eliminate their most inefficient, therefore most polluting, plants. Then, Conde Nast is getting into the business of teaching. The renowned media company that already teaches a Vogue fashion course in London is working with universities to create accredited certificate programs. We ‘ll take a look at the range of knowledge they might impart: from Wired to Golf digest to the New Yorker. Moving on to the auto industry- auto sales figures out today show a big jump in sales for major manufacturers, including Chrysler, GM and Nissan. What’s behind the sudden rise in sales and why do consumers now feel able to shell out on autos? We investigate.

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