Plus: The future of headphones could be augmented reality, and are we headed for an … Ital-exit?
We’re excited to announce a new weekly podcast from Marketplace: “This Is Uncomfortable,” a show about life and how money messes with it. Every Thursday, host Reema Khrais will dig into the unanticipated ways money affects relationships, shapes identities and often defines what it means to be an adult. Listen to the first episode here and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
On today’s show, we get into the deep questions. Plus: how Americans feel about relocating for work and having the awkward “money talk” with your partner.
Exxon Mobil’s annual shareholder’s meeting had a special guest recently: a senior figure from the Church of England. But why’s the church so interested in oil and gas? Plus: Tyson foods gets in the fake chicken business and a look at Marketplace’s newest podcast “This Is Uncomfortable.”
Plus: the latest on consumer prices and a conversation with “The Last Black Man in San Francisco.”
DJ Khaled isn’t the only artist to bundle his album with a product to boost sales. Plus: how retailers are attracting hourly workers and an interview with Serious Eats founder Ed Levine.
Plus: Why every city’s ballpark is a little different, and what you need to know about Huawei.
Plus, the changing faces of staffers on the 2020 campaign trail, and how environmental concerns are changing dry cleaning.
Plus: Uber’s new helicopter service and the economic costs of modern racial segregation.
No, seriously, our new poll proves it. Plus, how “30 percent” became the magic number for budgeting in a rent or a mortgage, and a look back at the economics of Tiananmen Square.