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Planet Money

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Nov 25, 2020

Swamp Gravy (UPDATE)

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Colquitt, Georgia, was struggling. And then musical theater came along. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 21, 2020

All Your Genes Are Belong To Us

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Who owns your genes, anyway? For a while, Big Biotech patented 20% of the human genome. Then a lawyer took them to the Supreme Court. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 18, 2020

Trade Show (UPDATE)

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It’s been a rough four years for free trade. Today on the show, we present 244 years of trade in 22 minutes. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 13, 2020

Biden Time

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Four things Joe Biden can do as president — even if the Democrats don’t control Congress. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 11, 2020

Worst. Tariffs. Ever. (Classic)

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One of the few things a new president has a lot of control over is tariff policies. But it wasn’t always that way. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 06, 2020

Hacking the Perfect Auction

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A Nobel-Prize winner spent years designing an auction to sell off the airwaves, which are owned by the public. But Wall Street found a tiny flaw. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 06, 2020

Hacking the Perfect Auction

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A Nobel-Prize winner spent years designing an auction to sell off the airwaves, which are owned by the public. But Wall Street found a tiny flaw. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Nov 04, 2020

What’s Next for the Economy?

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A research group at Harvard came up with a faster way to check the economy’s pulse. It may change how we fight recessions. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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Michael Goland
Nov 18, 2019

The economy explained. Imagine you could call up a friend and say, “Meet me at the bar and tell me what’s going on with the economy.” Now imagine that’s actually a fun evening.