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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... [Read More]
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Today on the Indicator: stolen jobs-day trends ... from our clever jobs-day friends! [Read More]
Companies flush with cash are choosing to use some of that money to buy back their own stock shares, instead of investing in new products... [Read More]
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Ever since the end of the financial crisis, rents have been rising all across America. A recent report from Zillow put the median monthly accommodation... [Read More]
The demand for rice in Japan is down. The government is taking action to reverse it with some unintended consequences that seem to defy the... [Read More]
The demand for rice in Japan is down. The government is taking action to reverse it with some unintended consequences that seem to defy the... [Read More]
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Revolves around the continuing rivalries, romances, hopes and fears of the residents of Genoa City. [Read More]
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The availability of work — the availability of jobs for people who want a job and even for people who didn't know they want a... [Read More]
They were, once upon a time, a fixture in circus tents and at birthday parties, but today demand for clowns is down. Fewer people are... [Read More]
In the midst of a deepening economic crisis, a reporter's dilemma. [Read More]
Demand for Japanese-grown rice is falling. But prices are still going up. [Read More]
New York University's School of Medicine recently announced that every one of its students will receive their education for free. They will graduate with no... [Read More]
People lie when they're looking for a mate online. Today on the Indicator: the lies we tell online, and how often we tell them. [Read More]
For more than three decades, it was illegal in Alabama to have your baby delivered by a midwife. But last year the state finally legalized... [Read More]
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Computing and the internet should make us more productive. Or should they?! It's an Indicator mystery. [Read More]
Subaru's sales had been slumping for years. Then they went straight to their biggest fans: Lesbians. [Read More]
Back in 1907, America's financial system was pretty unsophisticated. There was no central bank, barely any kind of regulatory framework, and no backstop in case... [Read More]
Most people think the best time to start a business is when you're young, but is it? [Read More]
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