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Oct 22, 2018

Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin
Proponents of the chips say they're safe and largely protected from hacking, but one scientist is raising privacy concerns around the kind of personal health data that might be stored on the devices.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2018

Cramped Legroom On Flights Unlikely To Change, Despite Congressional Mandate
Frequent flyers have often complained of shrinking legroom on flights. Now Congress has ordered the FAA to establish minimum seat widths and pitch — but that's unlikely to result in more space.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 22, 2018

Taiwan's Foxconn And Wisconsin Farmers Bond Over Ginseng
While Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn builds a factory in Wisconsin, it's also looking to use its resources to modernize the state's ginseng crop, which Wisconsin farmers sell to Asian markets.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 21, 2018

Can't Find An Affordable Home? Try Living In A Pod
Co-living projects are popping up in cities where housing costs are too expensive for middle-income residents. It's dorm-life for adults, with shared kitchens and bathrooms, and it doesn't come cheap.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 20, 2018

Sears Is Fading, But Memories Of Its Mail-Order Homes Endure
In the early 1900s, Sears sold thousands of homes around the U.S. through its mail-order catalogs. Many of those houses are still around and their owners are saddened by the retailer's bankruptcy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

Tears For Sears
A storied American retailer has filed for bankruptcy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

After ICE Raid, A Shortage Of Welders In Tigertown, Texas
In August, immigration officials hauled off 150 workers from a northeast Texas plant — one of ICE's largest operations in a decade. Now the employer is pushing back.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

Examining The Close Ties Between Saudi Arabia And Silicon Valley
Steve Inskeep talks to writer Anand Giriharadas about the relationship between Silicon Valley and Saudi Arabia. The presumed killing of a Saudi journalist raises concerns about the investments.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

A Rural Colorado Coal County Was Struggling. Then A Tech Company Brought New Jobs
For the first time in years, Delta County in western Colorado is experiencing population growth, one indicator that rural Americans are increasingly feeling optimistic about their economic future.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

StarKist Pleads Guilty To Price Fix In Alleged Collusion In Canned Tuna Industry
Three companies — StarKist, Chicken of the Sea, and Bumble Bee — are accused by the government of conspiring to keep their canned tuna prices high.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 19, 2018

StarKist Pleads Guilty To Price Fixing In Alleged Collusion In Canned Tuna Industry
Three companies — StarKist, Chicken of the Sea, and Bumble Bee — are accused by the government of conspiring to keep their canned tuna prices high.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Sears And The Future Of American Malls
The Sears bankruptcy highlights the struggle that many suburban malls face, especially when an big anchor retailer shuts down. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with former Sears Canada CEO Mark Cohen about malls in the post-Sears era.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Beating Bollywood
Amazon and Netflix are trying to take on India. But, so far a Hollywood ending, south-Asian style, has eluded them.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

'Times' Journalists Puncture Myth Of Trump As Self-Made Billionaire
Investigative reporters Susanne Craig and David Barstow say the president received today's equivalent of $413 million from his father's real estate empire, through what appears to be tax fraud.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

As Brexit Deadlines Loom, May Says U.K. Considering A Longer Transition Period
EU leaders have called off a planned November summit on the next phase of Brexit discussions, due to a lack of progress.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

As Brexit Deadlines Loom, May Says U.K. Considering Prolonged Transition Period
EU leaders have called off a planned November summit on the next phase of Brexit discussions, due to a lack of progress.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Bye, Bye, Beer? Brewers Say They've Got A Plan On Climate Change
A scientific paper published this week predicts climate change will send beer prices skyrocketing and drastically reduce the barley crop. It got tons of media attention. But is beer really doomed?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Bye-Bye, Beer? Brewers Say They've Got A Plan On Climate Change
A scientific paper published this week predicts climate change will send beer prices skyrocketing and drastically reduce the barley crop. It got tons of media attention. But is beer really doomed?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Alexa Is Right Up There With Mom, Dad And Cat
CNN business editor Samantha Murphy Kelly writes that her son's early vocabulary may be a sign of the times. He mastered "mom," "dad" and "cat." The fourth word he recognized? "Alexa."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

FCC Chastises Cellphone Carriers Slow To Restore Service In Florida
More than a week after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida panhandle, some residents still don't have cellphone service. Verizon has struggled with damage to its fiber optic cables.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

EPA Boasts Of Reduced Greenhouse Gases, Even As Trump Questions Climate Science
U.S. production of heat-trapping greenhouse gases fell 2.7 percent last year. But larger cuts will be needed to address climate change.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 18, 2018

Private Medicaid Plans Receive Billions In Tax Dollars, With Little Oversight
More than two-thirds of Medicaid recipients are enrolled in privately run Medicaid managed care programs. Yet the evidence is thin these contractors improve patient care or save the government money.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Gross Dank Product
Just because marijuana is now legal in Canada doesn't mean the market for it is easily quantifiable.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Watchdog Group Finds Spooky Spotify Ad Is Too Scary For Kids, Causes 'Distress'
In 60 seconds, the commercial showcases a medley of horror film tropes, including a maniacal doll that presumably kills a group of young people whenever they play a catchy pop song.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

What A 'Hard Brexit' Would Mean For European And U.S. Economies
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Financial Times reporter George Parker about how a hard Brexit could affect the U.K., Europe and the U.S.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

The Economics Of Apologies: Why Saying Sorry Isn't Always As Easy As It Seems
Companies make mistakes, and it turns out there are expensive and inexpensive ways to apologize for them. NPR's Planet Money's looks a study that finds out how apologies really work.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

President Trump Continues His Attacks On The Federal Reserve
President Trump has ramped up his attacks on the Federal Reserve, the independent board charged with setting monetary policy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Brexit Talks Stall At 'Moment Of Truth' Summit
"We need much time, much more time and we continue to work in the next weeks," EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said. This was supposed to be the day leaders would unveil a draft trade deal.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Will NAFTA 2.0 Really Boost Mexican Wages?
The new trade deal signed by the U.S., Mexico and Canada says much of a car should be built by workers making at least $16 an hour. Some experts are skeptical that will happen anytime soon in Mexico.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Scotland's $2 Billion Salmon Industry Is Thriving — But At What Cost?
The growth of the country's farmed salmon sector has reached such a critical point that, if not addressed, may cause "irrecoverable damage to the environment," a government report says.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

For A Price, Tourists Can Attend An Authentic Indian Wedding
CNBC reports a company called Join My Wedding allows strangers to pay for a ticket to a wedding, and then get instructions on how to dress and what to do. Some proceeds go to the bride a groom.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Mary Bono Resigns As USA Gymnastics' Interim CEO
USA Gymnastics has yet another controversy on its hands. Mary Bono, the interim president and CEO, who was hired last week, has resigned. The group is trying to recover from a sexual abuse scandal.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Morning News Break
Trump again defends Saudi rulers against allegations they had a role in a journalist's disappearance. The federal deficit jumped 17 percent over a year ago. Ebola infections surge in Congo.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 17, 2018

Are GOP Tax Cuts To Blame For The Jump In The Federal Deficit?
Noel King talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about the federal deficit ballooning to $779 billion in the just-ended fiscal year. It's a 17 percent increase from the previous year.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

FCC Chief Calls For Investigation Of Florida Cellphone Service Outages
One cellphone company says it already had begun crediting customers for the lack of service due to outages in Florida counties hit by Hurricane Michael.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Major Corporations Distance Themselves From Saudi Arabia After Journalist's Disappearance
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin about his coverage of the Saudi conference losing big name attendees as news of a missing journalist makes headlines.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

How The Sears Catalog Was Revolutionary In The Jim Crow Era
Retail giant Sears has filed for bankruptcy. Historian Louis Hyman of Cornell reflects with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly on the impact the Sears catalog had for African-Americans during the Jim Crow era.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

A Snapshot Of Poverty In America
The Supplemental Poverty Report provides a more accurate and nuanced picture of poverty in America

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

After Paul Allen Co-Founded Microsoft, He Changed Brain Science Forever
In 2003, Paul Allen created an institute to figure out how the human brain works. That institute has already made contributions that may turn out to be part of his greatest legacy.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Climate Change Could Make Beer Prices Double, Study Says
The price of a six-pack in the U.S. could rise by $1 to $8 because of drought and heat. As one of the researchers says, it's "another way climate change will suck."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Beer Prices Could Double Because Of Climate Change, Study Says
The price of a six-pack in the U.S. could rise by $1 to $8 because of drought and heat. As one of the researchers says, it's "another way climate change will suck."

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Veteran Newspaper Editor Nancy Barnes Named NPR's Top News Executive
Barnes, executive editor at the Houston Chronicle, was named as NPR's chief news executive. She fills a vacancy triggered by sexual harassment allegations against former NPR news head Michael Oreskes.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Winning And Losing The Code War
The inside story of how America's enemies launched a cyber war against us — and how we've learned to fight back.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

Remembering Paul Allen of Microsoft
Paul Allen, co-founder of computer giant Microsoft, has died of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Allen used his fortune to fund his many business and philanthropic interests. He was 65.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

News Brief: Trump Sends Pompeo To Riyadh, New NPR Poll
Weeks after a Saudi journalist went into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and never came out, Secretary of State Pompeo wants answers. A NPR poll finds rural Americans worry about addiction and jobs.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

After Journalist Disappears, Companies Reconsider Saudi Investment
U.S. executives are pulling out of an investment conference scheduled to take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, next week — as controversy swirls around the disappearance of a missing Saudi journalist.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 16, 2018

NPR Poll: Rural Americans Are Worried About Addiction And Jobs, But Remain Optimistic
What's on people's minds in rural America? A new poll shows that the addiction crisis and economic issues have people worried. But many retain an upbeat outlook about the future of their communities.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies At 65
Allen died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Seattle on Monday, according to his company, Vulcan Inc.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Retail Giant Sears Files For Bankruptcy
Sears has filed for bankruptcy protection, formally acknowledging the lowest moment in the 130-year history of the conglomerate that shaped how Americans shop.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Critic Of Federal Public Lands Management To Join Department Of The Interior
The Department of the Interior has chosen a prominent property rights attorney in Wyoming as their new deputy solicitor. Its a controversial appointment for environmental groups.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

If Your Medical Information Becomes A Moneymaker, Could You Could Get A Cut?
Sometimes discoveries derived from patients' medical data become the foundation of new profit-making companies. A fledgling industry wants to help patients get a cut of the cash.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

If Your Medical Information Becomes A Moneymaker, Could You Get A Cut?
Sometimes discoveries derived from patients' medical data become the foundation of new profit-making companies. A fledgling industry wants to help patients get a cut of the cash.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Overrated/Underrated: Nobel Prizes, Conversations, And Our Descendants
Tyler Cowen rates Nobel prizes, blogs, and the importance of weirdness in conversation

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Cities Made Millions Selling Taxi Medallions, Now Drivers Are Paying the Price
Hundreds of San Francisco taxi drivers purchased medallions for $250,000 to drive in the city. Taxi incomes have plummeted after Uber and Lyft took over the streets, and drivers are saddled with debt.

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Oct 15, 2018

Will Americans Embrace A Zeal For Eel? This Maine Entrepreneur Hopes So
Most catches are exported to unagi-loving Asian nations, which pay up to thousands of dollars per pound. But one woman is raising and marketing eels for U.S. buyers: "Why not keep that value at home?"

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Bankruptcy Protection May Be Sears Last Chance For Survival
Once a dominant retail chain, Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company has been struggling for several years, drowning in debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Bankruptcy Protection May Be Sears' Last Chance For Survival
Once a dominant retail chain, Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company has been struggling for several years, drowning in debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Blue And Red Companies: How CEO Activism Is Reshaping Workforce Politics
More workers are demanding their leaders take stands on hot-button issues, and some CEOs don't shy away from the controversy. But they also must navigate the risks and benefits for their workforce.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Kentucky Bourbon's Global Sales Outpace Domestic Sales
Steve Inskeep talks to Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distillers' Association, about the impact of free trade agreements on Kentucky bourbon.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Bourbon Makers In The Red State Of Kentucky Prepare For Tariffs
Steve Inskeep talks to Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distillers' Association, about the impact of tariffs on Kentucky bourbon.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 15, 2018

Sears, Drowning In Red Ink, Finally Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The filling could mark the end of the struggling retailer, which invented the mail-order catalog business and has been an American institution since 1887.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2018

Michael Will Cost Insurers Billions, But Won't Overwhelm Industry, Analysts Say
The storm's costs to insurers will be substantial, Fitch Ratings says, but companies should be able to absorb the losses. Still, communities will be coping with the financial fallout for a long time.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2018

Michael Will Cost Billions, But Insurance Industry Can Cope, Analysts Say
The storm's costs to insurers will be substantial, Fitch Ratings says, but companies should be able to absorb the losses. Still, communities will be coping with the financial fallout for a long time.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 14, 2018

The Legacy Of Sears: From American Staple To The Brink Of Bankruptcy
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with self-proclaimed Sears scholar and historian Jerry Hancock about the company's national impact and business struggles.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

Sommelier Cheating Scandal Leaves Bitter Taste In The Wine World
Someone apparently revealed secrets about the test for aspiring Master Sommeliers. Organizers can't tell who got the unfair edge, so they dumped results for 23 applicants.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

Former Federal Reserve Board Governor Weighs In On Trump's Attacks
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with former Federal Reserve Board Governor Donald Kohn about the President Trump's attacks on the Federal Reserve.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

Saudi Economic Summit Suffers Exodus Of Guests After Journalist's Disappearance
Dubbed "Davos in the Desert," the Future Investment Initiative is set to host dozens of the world's business leaders. But many are pulling out to protest Jamal Khashoggi's suspected murder.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

The Economics of Apologies
Turns out nothing says 'I'm sorry' like cold, hard cash

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

The Cost Of Corn Is Down, So Why Did The Cost Of Fritos At The White House Go Up?
NPR's daily economics podcast, The Indicator, sets out to solve a market mystery: why has the price of Fritos gone up in the White House press corps vending machine, despite a decrease in the cost of corn?

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

The Trump Administration's Tariffs On China Are Not Having The Desired Effect So Far
China's trade surplus with the U.S. was up in September to a new high of $34.1 billion. Tariffs imposed by the Trump administration are not having the desired effect, at least not so far.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

Puma Hits The Court In An Attempt To Get Back Into The Basketball Business
Puma is getting back into the basketball sneaker business after 20 years. The brand has signed a mix of NBA rookies, established players and Skylar Diggins-Smith of the WNBA.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 12, 2018

Toys R Us Explores A Possible Comeback
Less than a year ago, Toys R Us fired more than 30,000 workers and closed all its stores. The owners are eyeing a relaunch despite obstacles. Workers who never received severance payments are furious.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

Congress Really Can Demand, And Get, Trump's Tax Returns. Here's How
Three House and Senate committees have "the unqualified right" to request taxpayers' returns from the IRS. There's no provision exempting the president.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

Congress Really Can Demand, And Get, Trump's Tax Returns. Here's How.
Three House and Senate committees have "the unqualified right" to request taxpayers' returns from the IRS. There's no provision exempting the president.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

U.S. Stocks Down Sharply Again After Wednesday's Rout
U.S. stocks indexes headed lower again after a global sell-off overnight triggered by a plunge in U.S. stocks the day before.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

US Stock Markets Regain Footing After Plunge
U.S. stocks indexes headed moderately lower again, after a global sell-off overnight triggered by a plunge in U.S. stocks Wednesday. The decline was led by a selloff among the biggest tech stocks.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

US Stocks Down Sharply 2 Days In A Row
U.S. stocks indexes headed lower again after a global sell-off overnight triggered by a plunge in U.S. stocks Wednesday.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

Stocks Plunge On Worries Over Trade, Rising Interest Rates
Stocks had their worst day since February with the Dow Jones Industrial Average losing more than 3.1 percent of its value. Investors confront rising interest rates and the trade fight with China.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 11, 2018

News Brief: Hurricane Michael, Stock Prices, Missing Journalist
Florida Panhandle residents will evaluate the destruction left behind by Michael. Wednesday's drop in the Dow rattled foreign markets. Saudi officials deny involvement in journalist's disappearance.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

Do You Have The Credit Card Game All Figured Out? Tell Us About It
NPR is doing stories about credit cards and how to manage them smartly — without getting in over your head — while taking advantage of the best rewards programs. We want to hear your strategies.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

A Look At Why Stocks Plunged On Wall Street
Stocks plunged on Wednesday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 800 points, about 3.1 percent. The Nasdaq composite was down more than 4 percent at the close.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

Why People Take A Gamble On Mother Nature With Catastrophe Bonds
Among the people keeping an eye on damage from Hurricane Michael are investors who hold billions of dollars worth of catastrophe bonds.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

Life On China's Blacklist
In China, if you don't pay back your loans, you could end up on a blacklist. When you're on it, you can't get a credit card or a plane ticket. Today on the show, we talk with someone on the blacklist.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

Concerns Grow Over China's Influence On European Ports
European Union leaders want to put the brakes on Chinese investment in European harbors, after China snapped up stakes in several ports from Greece to Belgium in the last decade.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

With $1 Million, Exxon Mobil Corp Helps Fund Carbon Tax Campaign
Exxon Mobil pledges to support passage of a carbon tax. Analysts say the company would rather face a single, overarching tax than a patchwork of taxes and regulation to address climate change.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 10, 2018

Trump Orders EPA To Lift Regulations On Ethanol
President Trump is set to end ethanol regulations — to the praise of farmers and criticism of environmentalists. E15 is banned during summer months because of smog concerns.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

China's Social Credit System
China has a problem: it's economy grew fast and that led to a trust problem. If someone doesn't pay back a loan, there's no real enforcement. But the solution might cause problems of its own.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Amid #MeToo, New York Employers Face Strict New Sexual Harassment Laws
In response to the transformation of views on sexual harassment, New York state and New York City passed laws requiring training of all workers. Now, business owners are scrambling to comply.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Google Shutting Down For Consumers After Data Vulnerability Is Revealed
The company says it discovered and patched the issue in March but did not immediately disclose it. There is no evidence, it said, that a third party was aware of the bug or misused profile data.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Who You Are At Work Has Everything To Do With Your Boss
Brené Brown says so.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Google Hid Data Breach For Months, 'Wall Street Journal' Reports
David Greene talks to Douglas MacMillan of The Wall Street Journal about how Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of Google users and then opted not to disclose the issue.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Morning News Brief
Trump blasts Democrats for trying to destroy Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The Wall Street Journal reports on a software glitch in Google that went unreported. Interpol's president resigns.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Chinese Firms Now Hold Stakes In Over A Dozen European Ports
China's expansion into European ports is part of its new Maritime Silk Road, which aims to better connect the country to global commercial hubs. But this is about more than just moving cargo.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Trying Not To Break Down — A Homeless Teen Navigates Middle School
Two and half million children are homeless in America. In Boise, Idaho, 14-year-old Caydden Zimmerman struggles with the anxieties of middle school while living in a homeless shelter.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 09, 2018

Despite A Ban, Arkansas Farmers Are Still Spraying Controversial Weedkiller
Many farmers in Arkansas are defying efforts by regulators to strictly limit use of dicamba, a popular weedkiller. They continue to damage neighboring crops, although less often than last year.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2018

The Iron Lotus
The reverse stock split is the Iron Lotus of the financial world. It looks complicated and absurd, and it often doesn't end well.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2018

Episode 534: The History of Light (Nobel Edition)
Bill Nordhaus just won the economics Nobel. In this show: He shows how history of light is the history of economic growth — of things getting faster, cheaper, and more efficient.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2018

Are You In Over Your Head With Debt? We Want To Hear From You
Are you in over your head with debt? NPR wants to hear from you. In a few sentences tell us a bit about yourself, your situation and your major stumbling blocks with getting out of debt.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2018

Nobel Prize In Economics To Be Announced Monday Morning
Last year's win by American Richard Thaler was unusually accessible to the layman — his work studied the human irrationality that can mess with economic theory.

NPR Topics: Business
Oct 08, 2018

Why The Tech Industry Wants Federal Control Over Data Privacy Laws
Though new data privacy laws in Europe and California have put the tech industry on the defensive. Now it's moving to craft federal legislation that would pre-empt state laws.

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