Mar 2, 2020

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Thanks to COVID-19. Plus: The mood in Shanghai, Jack Welch's legacy at GE and how Judge Judy made a fortune in syndication.

Stories From this episode

COVID-19

COVID-19 travel restrictions and quarantine measures depress key Chinese sectors

Our China correspondent, Jennifer Pak, on life in Shanghai right now.
Passengers wearing protective face masks on the subway in Shanghai in late February.
Hector Retamal/Getty Images

Star of syndication in the age of streaming services, "Judge Judy" is calling it quits

Mar 2, 2020
There will be reruns of "Judge Judy," along with a new show, "Judy Justice."
Judge Judy Sheindlin is one of TV's highest-paid stars.
Valerie Macon/Getty Images
Shelf Life

Could we be doing more to help people on parole?

A former New Orleans parole officer reflects on what could be done better to help parolees stay out of jail and build new lives.
A truck is parked in front of a home in the historic Fauborg Marigny neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mario Tama/Getty Image

Rethinking the runway fashion show

Mar 2, 2020
Some designers and industry leaders are making their runway shows more environmentally friendly.
A model walks the runway during Paris Fashion Week.
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Music from the episode

Bambu Chris Hazelton's Boogaloo 7
House Common Market
After Thoughts Oddisee
Time Will Tell Arms and Sleepers
Someone Great LCD Soundsystem
High Tide Brothertiger
Satellite STRFKR

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Associate Producer

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