Marketplace for Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Nov 11, 2015

Marketplace for Wednesday, November 11, 2015

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How Wisconsin dairy farms rely on immigrant workers; the possibility of a Los Angeles-based NFL stadium; and a push for reverting back to the gold standard.  

Segments From this episode

Why Los Angeles may finally get an NFL team again

Nov 11, 2015
The threat of moving to Los Angeles has been useful to teams bargaining for new stadiums.

Immigrant workers help save Wisconsin dairy farms

Nov 11, 2015
Mexican and Central American immigrants are a large share of the workers on Wisconsin dairy farms.

It's beginning to look a lot like markdowns

Nov 11, 2015
Warm weather and fewer tourists have left big retailers with too much inventory

Veterans could lose tax credit

Nov 11, 2015
About one in five military families qualify for tax credits for the working poor.

Researchers: Insurers are steering some patients away

Nov 11, 2015
Under the ACA, insurers can no longer deny coverage for pre-existing conditions.

Rolls-Royce issues recall for one car

Nov 11, 2015
Not a type of car — one car.

Why the gold standard is hardly the gold standard

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Nov 11, 2015
The idea plays well with some Republican politicians, but not with most economists.

What T-Mobile's 'Binge On' means for net neutrality

Nov 11, 2015
The "Binge On" service will provide users with unlimited video streaming.

How Wisconsin dairy farms rely on immigrant workers; the possibility of a Los Angeles-based NFL stadium; and a push for reverting back to the gold standard.  

Music from the episode

The World Is Watching Two Door Cinema Club, Valentina Pappalardo
Grindin' Clipse
She Wolf Shakira