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with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace for Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan addressed poverty today in a speech at Cleveland State University. A new survey says U.S. carbon emissions are falling and will go down almost 17 percent by 2020. Barnes and Noble has released the list of the 63 stores where its customers may have been victims of credit theft. New online startups are creating virtual banks where kids can deposit their allowance and either save it or spend it. Britain’s last iconic black cab maker may be going out of business. And Krissy Clark talks to two small business owners about their views on the election.

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