Marketplace

Weekdays at 6pm on RADIO IQ

Marketplace with host Kai Ryssdal produced and distributed by American Public Media focuses on the latest business news both nationally and internationally, the global economy, and wider events linked to the financial markets.

The only national daily business news program originating from the West Coast, Marketplace is noted for its timely, relevant and accessible coverage of business, economics and personal finance. 

When we last talked with Ed Bastian in 2016, he had only just been appointed CEO of Delta Air Lines. This time we caught up with him at Los Angeles International Airport as he stepped off a flight from Atlanta.

Just 10 days ago, it looked like the trade war with China was all but wrapped up. No more. The Trump administration has effectively blacklisted Chinese tech giant Huawei, which has potential to drastically disrupt the global tech supply chain and shoot the U.S. in the foot. Plus: What American businesses get out of tariffs, and what you need to know about the SAT's new "adversity index."

Lighting a fire under the FDA over e-cigarettes

May 16, 2019

With more tariff threats and a new tech ban, how could increased tensions between the U.S. and China affect investors long-term? A federal judge lights a fire under the FDA to speed up e-cigarette regulation. Plus, could there be another trade beef brewing in the E.U. and Japan over American auto tariffs?

Today's show is sponsored by BitSight Technologies, Capital One and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

How Donald Trump might've just slowed down your 5G

May 16, 2019

The Trump administration's crackdown on Huawei continues. Walmart navigates the U.S.-China tariff troubles. Plus, can the tech industry or its innovative spirit save us from climate change?

Today's show is sponsored by BitSight Technologies, Capital One and Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.

Lego addicts help fight fakes

May 16, 2019

From the BBC World Service... The Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has warned that President Trump's order to ban cooperation with some foreign communication networks will leave the U.S. lagging behind in 5G technology. How will turmoil in the Middle East affect insurance premiums for tankers moving through the region? Plus, police in China smashed a $30-million fake Lego ring last month. Lego’s vice president in the country explains the unique role of its fans in finding those fakes.

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