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Marketplace for Wednesday December 10, 2014

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Airing on Wednesday Dec. 10, 2014: Uber’s reputation has taken a few big hits just this week. We look at the damage to Uber’s reputation and ask what it can do to recover. Plus, we take a look at the United Nations climate change conference. Some countries that formerly held back are now stepping forward. 

Segments From this episode

Uber needs to say more than 'I'm sorry'

by Sally Herships Dec 10, 2014
Company is getting push-back from Oregon to India. How can Uber repair its rep?

All-Christmas music stations make money. Lots of it

by Nova Safo Dec 10, 2014
Sick of hearing Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" yet? You will be.
Final Note

BMW sponsors a series of articles about ... BMWs

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 10, 2014
Someone at BMW thinks way too much about car door acoustics.

At climate change meeting, poor countries step forward

by Dan Weissmann Dec 10, 2014
More developing countries are making the commitment to fight emissions.

BET founder Bob Johnson wants a Rooney Rule for business

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 10, 2014
Black Entertainment Television founder Bob Johnson says companies can diversify by taking a page from the NFL's playbook.

Music from the episode

This Is Our Lot Wild Beasts
Motion Sickness Hot Chip
Cover Your Tracks Young Galaxy
Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse) - Version Revisited Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse

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