First up, Juli Niemann, analyist at Smith, Moore and Company, stops by to talk inflation. Plus, more on Apple's settlement in its suit over e-books. Last up, Russell Padmore of the BBC, talks about the current state of Argentina's economy in light of the U.S. court ruling regarding the country's payments to creditors.
What do you look for in a vacation destination: food, culture, sandy beaches?
Nicholas Wood, founder of the travel company Political Tours, hopes social and economic change are high on your list. Wood, a seasoned foreign correspondent who’s filed for the BBC, New York Times, and Marketplace, aims to give travelers a deeper understanding of the places they see and hear about in the news, such as Ukraine, Israel, or China. He joins Marketplace Morning Report David Brancaccio to discuss.
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For Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, under the sea is a pretty comfortable place to be.
Marking the 50th Anniversary of his grandfather's 30 day underwater stay at Continental Shelf Station Two, aka Conshelf Two, Cousteau plans to spend 31 days in the Aquarius lab, "the only underwater marine habitat and lab in the world." Called "Mission 31," Cousteau and a team of scientists will explore the effects of climate change, pollution, and the consumption of natural resources.
Also unique to the venture: the team is broadcasting the entire event live. Check out the livestream of Mission 31 below: