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Episode 139: When student athletes play hard, who gets paid?

Nov 12, 2019

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Business is getting personal as values take over the workplace

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jun 3, 2019
From meat-free corporate culture to climate activism, personal beliefs are moving front and center in the professional world.
A WeWork co-working location in Tokyo.
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How America's pastor built a multimillion-dollar corporation.
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Make Me Smart listeners respond to Madeleine L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time."
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Somali refugees seek integration into rural Minnesota

by Annie Baxter Jun 19, 2017
Groups in and around the St. Cloud area are teaching locals about some of their newer neighbors.
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Despite Spain's economic woes, families still go all out for first communion parties

by Marketplace Contributor May 17, 2017
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Studios find new ways to sell faith-based films

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But like all movies, good word of the mouth is the best marketing of all.
Actor Mike Vogel in "The Case for Christ."
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Nashville's neighborhood churches weigh whether to sell or stay

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 7, 2017
“I told the realtor: ‘I don’t even want to know what you’re willing to offer,'" one pastor said.
Family Affair Ministries in South Inglewood is selling its property for $3.5 million, seven times more than its 2001 purchase price.
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When nations police what women wear

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Here are just a few examples of how governments are trying to impose dress codes on women.
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Churches move to the cloud

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Like other enterprises, churches increasingly use digital services for business.