Nov 20, 2019

There are 6,000 employee-owned companies in the U.S. How do they work?

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Plus: The NFL's latest efforts to attract women and our reading of the latest Federal Reserve meeting minutes.

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This NFL exec wants to “normalize women in football”

Nov 20, 2019
Sam Rapoport is trying to make careers in football more accessible to anybody who loves the sport.
Sam Rapoport, senior director of diversity and inclusion at the NFL is trying to grease the pipeline for women who want careers in football.
Eric Espino/NFL

Painting the ski industry, one trail map at a time

Nov 20, 2019
If you've gone skiing in the last 30 years, there's a good chance you've used a trail map painted by James Niehues.
James Niehues works in his home studio in Parker, Colorado.
Lindsay Pierce Morgan

New Belgium sale brings end to employee ownership for craft beer maker

Nov 20, 2019
Only about 6,000 companies in the United States are owned by their workers.
A customer takes a sip of a craft beer n Santa Rosa, California.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Why Amazon continues to deliver CEOs to startups

Nov 20, 2019
From Hulu to WeWork, multiple corporate leaders have gotten their start at the online retail giant.
CEO Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in his garage in 1994.
David McNew/Getty Images

Investment in online purchase, curbside pickup pays off for Target

Nov 20, 2019
They helped the retailer post a 31% gain in digital sales over the last quarter.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

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

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