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Today's show is about the fickle market for art. What makes a dead shark cost $12 million, and a photo of steel wool that looks like a tornado cost only $1,265?
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When an American company named ABRO learns their goods are being counterfeited in China, they start their own trade war.
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The internet was supposed to get rid of middlemen--but instead they are taking over the global economy.
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Thieves are stealing billions of dollars worth of gasoline in Mexico. The President is taking drastic action to cut them off, and it comes at a serious cost. Content warning: Audio of deadly pipeline explosion.
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The story of an NBA All-Star and an experiment: To make a desirable basketball shoe cheap enough for anyone.
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The story of the day the Federal Reserve got its independence and the fight—an actual physical fight—to keep it.
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Airbnb has changed New Orleans. And now landlords and preservationists are fighting over the future of the city.
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What does the rise of dominant tech companies say about competition and the state of antitrust law? Third in a series.
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How Robert Bork won the fight over the very meaning of competition in America, and paved the way for some of the biggest companies we've ever seen.
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At the turn of the 20th century, Ida Tarbell investigated John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil. What she discovered changed the economy of the United States.
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