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One of the original business news podcasts. Mirrored after the popular Wall Street Journal column. Get caught up on your commute Monday through Friday. Listen as our journalists cover top stories and share timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.

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One of the original business news podcasts. Mirrored after the popular Wall Street Journal column. Get caught up on your commute Monday through Friday. Listen as our journalists cover top stories and share timely insights on business, the economy, markets, and politics.

    Why Jack Ma's Businesses Face Scrutiny From Chinese Regulators

    Why Jack Ma's Businesses Face Scrutiny From Chinese Regulators

    A.M. Edition for April 13. WSJ's Quentin Webb takes a closer look at why the Chinese government is so focused on Jack Ma's businesses. A second night of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minn. following a police shooting. Grocery stores may face new obstacles during the pandemic as other businesses reopen. Marc Stewart hosts.
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    • 13 min
    What China's New Worldview Could Mean for Its Relations With the U.S.

    What China's New Worldview Could Mean for Its Relations With the U.S.

    P.M. Edition for April 12. During the Trump administration, the U.S. and China battled over trade to reach a wary truce. But China was careful not to challenge the U.S. as a global leader. Now Beijing seems to be taking a different approach. Senior China correspondent Lingling Wei joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss China's approach to the U.S. under the Biden administration.
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    • 15 min
    How Some CEOs Are Planning to Tackle Voting Rights

    How Some CEOs Are Planning to Tackle Voting Rights

    A.M. Edition for April 12. CEOs discuss response to proposed state voting laws. WSJ's Alexa Corse has more on the voting rights debate. A White House summit is planned today on the chip shortage plaguing American companies. Credit cards reconsider reward offerings. Marc Stewart hosts.
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    • 15 min
    Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Unionizing

    Amazon Workers in Alabama Vote Against Unionizing

    P.M. Edition for April 9. Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against joining the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union, after a closely watched battle with the nation's second-largest private employer. Tech editor Brad Olson joins host Annmarie Fertoli with more on what the results mean for Amazon and for broader unionization efforts.
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    • 15 min
    Where Can You Find a New Job? Not Just in Coastal Cities

    Where Can You Find a New Job? Not Just in Coastal Cities

    A.M. Edition for April 9. The final results in a closely watched union vote at Amazon are expected today. McDonald's closes hundreds of restaurants at Walmart stores. WSJ's Eric Morathlooks at the U.S. cities where new jobs are being created. Companies entice employees to take some time off. Marc Stewart hosts.
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    • 14 min
    As U.S. Rebounds, Developing Economies are Left Behind

    As U.S. Rebounds, Developing Economies are Left Behind

    P.M. Edition for April 8. The global economy is making a comeback. This week, the IMF upgraded its growth expectations, powered by gains in the U.S. and China. But many developing nations and emerging markets are being left behind, due to a lack of access to vaccines and other challenges. WSJ Africa Deputy Bureau Chief Gabriele Steinhauser joins host Annmarie Fertoli with more on the disparities in the global recovery.
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    • 14 min

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