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Business - Slate Magazine
Business - Slate Magazine
The Government Can Borrow Money for Less Than Ever. Maybe We Should Take Advantage of That!
Seriously, it's time for Infrastructure Week.
2020-03-11 22:29:30
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Everybody Hates Donald Trump’s Plan to Save the Economy From the Coronavirus
Even Senate Republicans and Trump's own advisers think his plan is bad.
2020-03-11 00:32:13
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Why the Financial Markets Are Melting Into Goo
Some bats, a coronavirus outbreak, and now an oil dispute have brought us closer to a recession.
2020-03-09 23:49:42
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What’s It Like to Fly?
Meet Daniel Darby, a skydiving and wingsuit instructor and co-owner of Arcus Flight.
2020-03-08 14:00:01
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Coronavirus Diaries: I Charter Private Jets. Business Is Booming.
“We’re seeing people that never flew private before flying private.”
2020-03-08 11:45:03
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A Lebanese Ponzi Scheme
The Slate Money hosts also talk about the Fed’s emergency rate cut and Lebanon.
2020-03-07 13:00:07
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Airlines Are Getting Walloped by the Coronavirus. That’s a Very Bad Sign for the Economy.
But sure, there are some very cheap flights now.
2020-03-06 01:24:23
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Coronavirus Diaries: I Run an Online Store for Preppers
The demand is out of control.
2020-03-05 12:45:04
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Mike Bloomberg Is About to Become More Influential Than Ever Before
He's about to be one of the most powerful forces in politics. Unfortunately, Democrats might need him.
2020-03-05 02:49:51
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The Federal Reserve Is Doing What It Can to Save the Economy From the Coronavirus. It Might Not Matter.
Last year, the Fed stepped in to save us from Donald Trump's trade war. This year, it's coronavirus.
2020-03-03 21:11:12
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What’s It Like to Own a Running Brand?
Meet Monica DeVreese, co-owner of Santa Barbara Running and co-founder of Rabbit running apparel.
2020-03-02 21:20:51
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Disney Has a New HBIC (Head Bob in Charge)
The Slate Money hosts talk coronavirus, Disney, and the “Madoff of France.”
2020-02-29 14:00:00
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Four Reasons Why the Coronavirus Is Such a Terrifying Economic Menace
The normal playbook for fighting recessions might not work in a global pandemic
2020-02-29 02:16:58
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The Way a City Handles Snow Says Everything About How It Treats Pedestrians
When streets and sidewalks require clearing, cars' needs always come first.
2020-02-28 17:02:13
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Cities Are Fixing the Most Annoying Thing About E-Scooters
The Wild West era of the surprisingly popular transportation mode is over.
2020-02-27 14:30:07
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Michael Bloomberg Is Always Wrong About the Economy
His newly leaked Goldman Sachs comments show he doesn't know what he's talking about when he talks (a lot) about monetary policy and jobs.
2020-02-25 22:57:14
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What’s It Like to Be an Olympic Running Coach?
Meet Amy Begley, head coach of the Atlanta Track Club.
2020-02-24 22:02:37
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Fighting for Housing in America
Conor Dougherty joins the Slate Money hosts to talk about his new book Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America.
2020-02-22 13:00:02
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Is Amy Klobuchar’s Health Care Plan Really Just a Post-It Note?
It's short and has some big omissions. But that's not the real problem.
2020-02-20 20:24:59
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Bloomberg Should Have to Answer These Three Questions About the Financial Crisis
Mayor Mike used to say that Congress caused it. He needs to explain why he finally wants to regulate banks.
2020-02-19 22:33:36
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What’s It Like to Be the New York City Marathon Race Director?
Meet Jim Heim, race director of the TCS New York City Marathon.
2020-02-18 18:17:36
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What’s Jeff Bezos Up to This Week?
What’s Jeff Bezos up to this week?
2020-02-15 12:45:01
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“Classical” Architecture Is Just One Way Authoritarians Build in Their Own Image
Trump’s draft plan for federal buildings has something in common with 20th century fascists—and 21st century strongmen.
2020-02-14 19:53:39
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Were Bloomberg’s Recorded Comments Racist or Just Wrong?
What to make of his baffling thoughts about redlining and the financial crisis.
2020-02-13 20:14:10
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Pete Buttigieg’s Talk About the National Debt Is Absolutely Infuriating
He isn't actually a deficit hawk. He's just speaking like one to score political points.
2020-02-12 22:07:42
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Why Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Flopped
There was one thing the senator didn't have a plan for. And it killed the delicate coalition she'd built.
2020-02-12 08:09:59
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What’s It Like to R&D Sports Bras?
Meet Dr. Amy Sanchez, a biomechanics researcher studying sports bras.
2020-02-09 12:30:05
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Tesla Stock Is a Demented Rollercoaster
The Slate Money hosts discuss Tesla, New York Times subscriptions, and social media revenue.
2020-02-08 13:00:00
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Trump’s Jobs Record Is Weaker Than Everyone Thought
According to revised government data, the economy has added fewer jobs in every year of Trump's presidency than it did during Obama’s final one.
2020-02-07 20:23:11
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Who Won America’s Trade War With China? Vietnam.
A simple illustration of how the president still doesn't understand trade.
2020-02-06 00:43:42
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