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Hosted by Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood, Make Me Smart With Kai & Molly is now a daily news podcast that breaks down the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the most complex topics of the week. Together, we make sense of today. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.

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Hosted by Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood, Make Me Smart With Kai & Molly is now a daily news podcast that breaks down the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the most complex topics of the week. Together, we make sense of today. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.

    The weirdest trade secrets

    The weirdest trade secrets

    Guest host Scott Tong brought a truly wild story to this grab-bag Friday episode. Coca-Cola is accusing a former employee of stealing trade secrets — not the formula for what goes in the can, but the can itself. We’ll talk about it, some other weird trade secrets and, oh yeah, a 3,000-year-old lost city in Egypt. Plus, another round of our favorite game, “Half Full/Half Empty.”



    Here’s everything we talked about on the show today:




    “Coca-Cola trade secret theft underscores importance of insider threat early detection” from CSO
    “Former Coke Scientist Accused of Stealing Trade Secrets for Chinese Venture” from The Wall Street Journal
    Plus more trade secrets involving Oreos, popcorn and Hooters.
    “A 3,000-year-old ‘lost golden city’ has been unearthed in Egypt” from The Washington Post
    Plus, some bonus dollar store content
    “Can businesses deny you entry if you don’t have a vaccine passport?” from “Marketplace”
    “COVID vaccines at Dollar General would boost access for low-income populations, study says” from “Marketplace Morning Report”
    “What if gig workers could train the algorithms that determine their pay?” from “Marketplace Tech”
    “Why it’s so hard to strike a deal on a global corporate tax” from “Marketplace”
    “Kim Kardashian West Is Officially A Billionaire” from Forbes



    Thanks to everyone who joined us live on YouTube for happy hour today! We’re live each Friday at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time/6:30 p.m. Eastern! Subscribe to our channel and sign up for notifications so you don’t miss it.

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    The cost of hygiene theater

    The cost of hygiene theater

    You can stop cleaning your groceries now. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention affirmed this week what scientists have known for months: COVID-19 is spread primarily through the air, and everyone can tone it down with the wipes and disinfecting sprays. But what could individuals and businesses have been doing while the CDC waited to let us know? Kimberly Adams and Meghan McCarty Carino talk about it, along with the latest disturbing testimony in Derek Chauvin’s trial. But we’re not all hollowed out today. We’ll also chat about LeVar Burton, “Jeopardy!” and anime for Anglophiles.



    Here’s everything we talked about today:




    “Chauvin trial: Breathing experts pinpoints moment when ‘the light goes out of his body’” from MPR News
    “Expert: ‘That’s the moment the life goes out of his body:’ Derek Chauvin kept knee on neck for 3½ minutes after George Floyd drew last breath” from the Star Tribune
    “‘Awful but Lawful’” by Charles M. Blow in The New York Times
    “Has the Era of Overzealous Cleaning Finally Come to an End?” from The New York Times
    “‘Reading Rainbow’s’ LeVar Burton wants to host ‘Jeopardy!’ — and fans have created a petition to get him there” from CBS News
    “Top 10 Anime Set in England” from Honey’s Anime, plus this listener rec

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    With so many working from home, why not turn empty offices into homes?

    With so many working from home, why not turn empty offices into homes?

    Even before COVID-19, there was a housing crisis in much of this country. Now, cities like San Francisco have millions of square feet of empty office space and a persistent housing shortage. One of our listeners wants to know: Why can’t one problem be the other’s solution? We’ll talk about it. Plus, the economic cost of racism against Asian Americans, the changing cosmetics industry and a whole bunch of TV recs.



    Here are links to everything we talked about today:




    “Following pandemic, converting office buildings into housing may become new ‘normal’” from the Washington Post
    “S.F. has nearly 16 million square feet of vacant office space. Why can’t it become housing?” from the San Francisco Chronicle
    “Asian American businesses are defending themselves against rise in anti-Asian violence” from the Washington Post
    “How has the economy changed over the past year, in 8 charts” from Marketplace
    “What is makeup for during a pandemic?” also from Marketplace
    “How the beauty industry is surviving the pandemic” from Vox
    Kimberly’s abridged anime list: “Demon Slayer,” “Golden Kamuy,” “The Promised Neverland,” “My Hero Academia,” “Black Clover,” “Fruits Basket,” “Darwin’s Game,” “Horimiya,” “Inuyasha,” “Dr. Stone” and “Cells at Work.”

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    What’s driving the humanitarian crisis at the border

    What’s driving the humanitarian crisis at the border

    Don’t call it a border crisis. What’s happening at the U.S.-Mexico border — a greater number of migrants, especially unaccompanied minors, with an administration unprepared to process and shelter them all — was actually pretty predictable, said “Reveal” immigration reporter Aura Bogado. On today’s show, Kimberly Adams and Andy Uhler talk with Bogado about what’s changed between administrations and what hasn’t, and the larger economic and climate forces driving the migration each year.



    Here’s everything we talked about today:




    You can find all of Bogado’s work for “Reveal” here
    “Record number of unaccompanied children crossed the border in March” from NBC News
    “Biden administration allows media inside Texas border tents packed with minors” from The Washington Post
    “Family groups crossing border in soaring numbers point to next phase of crisis” also from The Washington Post
    “Senate Democrats can now officially pass more bills with 51 votes” from Vox
    “U.S. Treasury’s Yellen vows to work with international climate finance ministers group” from Reuters
    “Everything You Need to Stock an Alcohol-Free Home Bar, According to Bartenders” from Eater

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    Let’s talk about the big Amazon labor story. No, the other one.

    Let’s talk about the big Amazon labor story. No, the other one.

    With your regular hosts on spring break this week, Kimberly Adams is joined by Marketplace workplace culture reporter Meghan McCarty-Carino to talk all things Amazon. The Bessemer, Alabama, union vote isn’t the only labor issue facing the nation’s second-largest private employer. Plus: The changing face of vaccine hesitancy, cicada season and First Contact Day.



    Here’s everything we talked about today:




    “Amazon’s Clashes With Labor: Days of Conflict and Control” from The New York Times
    “Amazon Illegally Fired Activist Workers, Labor Board Finds” also from The New York Times
    “Vaccine skepticism runs deep among white evangelicals in US” from the Associated Press
    Some “Star Trek” content for First Contact Day
    “The Biggest Party of 2021 Is About to Start” from The Atlantic



    Finally: We need your voice memos! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood to answer! Here’s how to do it.

    • 18 мин.
    MLB vs. Georgia Republicans

    MLB vs. Georgia Republicans

    Yes, it’s the predictable sequel to yesterday’s discussion about corporate America and Georgia lawmakers. This time, we’re talking about Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game, the reaction from politicians on both sides of the aisle and MLB’s carveouts from federal law. Plus, we play another round of “Half Full/Half Empty,” with more sports talk and more blockbuster showdowns.



    Here’s everything we talked about today:




    “Japan’s Kyoto cherry blossoms peak on earliest date in 1,200 years, a sign of climate change” from The Washington Post
    “MLB moves All-Star Game from Georgia over new voting law” from Politico
    This issue of Heather Cox Richardson’s newsletter “Letters from an American”
    “‘They can do what they want’: Archegos and the $6tn world of the family office” from the Financial Times
    For more on the MLB’s exemptions from federal law, check out our podcast “The Uncertain Hour”
    “NFL moves to 17-game regular season in 2021: What it means for teams, players, revenue and fans” from ESPN
    “Student-athlete compensation in focus at Supreme Court” from Marketplace
    “Apple is investing in a company that lets musicians own their work” from Marketplace
    “Biden wants to nearly double U.S. spending on science” from Marketplace
    “‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Fires Up $16.3M In First Two Days” from Deadline



    Thanks to everyone who joined us live on YouTube today! We go live each Friday at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time/6:30 p.m. Eastern for our happy hour episode! Subscribe to our channel and sign up for notifications so you don’t miss it.

    • 25 мин.

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