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Marketplace for Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Nov 3, 2015

Marketplace for Tuesday, November 3, 2015

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Uber makes its case as an economic asset; Candy Crush gets snapped up for $6 billion; and a Chinese coal mining company lays off 100,000 workers. 

Segments From this episode

David Plouffe touts Uber's positive effects on economy

Nov 3, 2015
Obama's former campaign manager defends the ridesharing giant.
Uber will no longer be able to cut off a driver’s right to work.
Image via Uber/YouTube

Global warming doubles as a cold shower

Nov 3, 2015
Who said climate change policy isn't sexy?

In Dayton, taking fresh food to the bus stop

Nov 3, 2015
New approach to fighting food deserts puts fresh produce in the middle of town
The Market at Wright Stop Plaza in Dayton, Ohio, is open three days a week inside the city's downtown transportation hub
Lewis Wallace

Call of Duty loves Candy Crush

Nov 3, 2015
At least, enough to spend almost $6 billion to buy the game's maker.

In China's coal country, 100,000 lose their jobs

Nov 3, 2015
The mass layoff threatens the social fabric of a region where growth is faltering.

Survey: Teens spend 9 hours a day on entertainment

Nov 3, 2015
And tweens are spending six hours.

Uber makes its case as an economic asset; Candy Crush gets snapped up for $6 billion; and a Chinese coal mining company lays off 100,000 workers. 

Music from the episode

Punga Klingande
Don't Mess With My Man Nivea, Brian Casey, Brandon Casey
Prayer In C - Robin Schulz Remix Lilly Wood and The Prick, Robin Schulz
Ignition - Remix R. Kelly
1977 Ana Tijoux