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Economics is everywhere...if only you choose to see it. Join the FEEcast team every Friday for a lively recap of the week's important stories to give you the meaning behind the headlines.


Featuring Richard Lorenc, Brittany Hunter, Dan Sanchez and Marianne March

Produced by Sean W. Malone, Pavel Rusakov, and Jaye Davidson

November 30, 2018

‘Tis the season for holiday sales, so the FEEcasters discuss the economics of the products they’ve got their eyes on: makeup and Apple products. Celebrity-driven brands are disrupting the established players in the beauty care industry by expanding the diversity of the skin tones they serve. And Apple stock is down due to soft iPhone sales. It all goes to show that, now matter how dominant a company may seem, the consumer holds the ultimate power to make or destroy business fortunes.

Show Notes:

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A 'Made in America' iPhone Would Cost $2,000, Studies Show

Capitalism Encapsulated: Mises in Four Easy Pieces

I, Pencil

Apple CEO Tim Cook on privacy: 'we have to admit when the free market is not working'

Apple CEO Tim Cook explains why Apple products were exempt from Trump’s China tariffs