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An audio cassette resurgence; General Electric's ties to the Connecticut community; and the plight of Syrian refugees.
Segments From this episode
What Connecticut loses if GE moves its headquarters
Locals point to GE's role in business relationships, housing and community involvement.
How one company is keeping the audio cassette alive
National Audio Company made more than 10 million audio cassette tapes in 2014.
How to give gig-economy workers stability
A coalition of gig-economy companies and labor want to find a way that flexible-hour workers can also have economic stability
Some Syrian refugees are risking the journey home
Poor living conditions in Jordan are driving some Syrians back to conflict zones
DoJ aims to block deal between United and Delta
United maintains almost three quarters of the takeoff and landing slots at Newark.
Company tests new waters for small-scale investors
Groundfloor lets non-accredited investors get in on small-scale real estate deals.
An audio cassette resurgence; General Electric’s ties to the Connecticut community; and the plight of Syrian refugees.
Music from the episode
Get Right Jennifer Lopez
Shut Up and Dance WALK THE MOON
Kick, Push Lupe Fiasco
Yes We Can Can Allen Toussaint