Marketplace for Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Aug 10, 2016

Marketplace for Wednesday, August 10, 2016

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Why U.S. jobs lost to China aren't coming back, but neither is the China that took them; a look at the unique trends in campaign swag during this year's election season; and how Silicon Valley's wealth has changed San Francisco's restaurant industry

Segments From this episode

Silicon Valley is ruining the local restaurant economy

Aug 10, 2016
An semi-affordable meal is hard to come by
Can you afford a $2,000 dinner?
Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images

A political swag season like no other

Aug 10, 2016
Voters are as passionate as ever--about the candidate they don't want to win
Campaign buttons supporting US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are displayed before a rally.
TASOS KATOPODIS/AFP/Getty Images

Does economic uncertainty affect back to school shopping?

Aug 10, 2016
We don’t know where the economy is headed, but we do know the kids need jeans.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

China: Is Trump fighting an outdated enemy?

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Aug 10, 2016
Trump has a point about the nation's impact on U.S. jobs. But that was then.
U.S. jobs lost to China aren't coming back, but neither is the China that took them.
China Photos/Getty Images

Facebook blocks the ad blockers

Aug 10, 2016
Why the social network is making it harder for ad blockers to work on its site
Dan Kitwood/Getty Image

Swedish Fish Oreos are a thing

Aug 10, 2016
Because Nabisco just can't draw the line at Pumpkin Spice.
Yep, they're a thing.
The Impulsive Buy/Flickr via Creative Commons

Why U.S. jobs lost to China aren’t coming back, but neither is the China that took them; a look at the unique trends in campaign swag during this year’s election season; and how Silicon Valley’s wealth has changed San Francisco’s restaurant industry

Music from the episode

Dangerous (feat. Joywave) Big Data, Joywave
She Wolf Shakira
Digital Dub Daft Punk
The Motto Drake, Lil Wayne
Antenna Bonobo