Marketplace for Wednesday, January 6, 2016
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Why an isolated and sanctioned North Korea is still getting by; how the business of personal grooming products for men is a culture shift; and Twitter might be expanding character limit for tweets, but that's okay.
Segments From this episode
Maybe Twitter is the Bravo of tomorrow
The social media company has to change to grow. Will tweeters understand?
North Korea: isolated but staying afloat
The dictatorship's claim to have tested a hydrogen bomb brought calls for more sanctions.
Out of public housing, and hoping for something better
For Section 8 housing residents in Macon, Georgia, change is welcome.
North Korea's verbose statement about the H-bomb test
The awkwardly-worded English language version of the statement calls out the U.S.
How daily fantasy sports sites allow unfair play
Concerns about unfair play in daily fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings go beyond insider trading.
How it became OK for guys to take care of themselves
Men's personal-grooming products is a booming business
Netflix expands to... pretty much everywhere
Now binge-watchers in 190 countries can stream, if their internet can handle it.
Why an isolated and sanctioned North Korea is still getting by; how the business of personal grooming products for men is a culture shift; and Twitter might be expanding character limit for tweets, but that’s okay.
Music from the episode
Delicious Tears Antn Hrkwk
Tighten Up The Black Keys
Lying in the Reeds Lone
D Song Bonobo
Carnivores Unite Blockhead