Who’s in charge of the U.S. economy right now?
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We kick off today's show with a look at who's taking charge of economic recovery. Plus, what campaigns learned in 2020 about how to spend their money.
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The Weekly Wrap: Who is at the wheel?
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal talks with the New York Times’ Ana Swanson and the Wall Street Journal’s Kate Davidson about who's driving the U.S. economy right now, how U.S.-China relations might look for the next two months and the prospects for a Trump appointee to the Fed.
With COVID and trade barriers limiting supply, her inventory is worth more but replacing it isn't simple.
Walmart is converting 42 warehouses that normally ship products to its stores so they can also fulfill online orders.
Businesses that sell outdoor gear, from bikes to kayaks, have been doing well in the pandemic, but other parts of the outdoor recreation economy have struggled.
Local organizing over national ads and more focus on mail-in voting are some of the takeaways from the recent election.