Queena Kim | Aug 31, 2012
A silly video masks a satire on conspicuous consumption and income inequality in Korea.
Queena Kim | Oct 12, 2012
Google's Android and Apple's iPhone are vying for number one and two in the smart phone market. BlackBerry comes in third with 11% of the market and 90 million users around the world, but just who are these users?
Davey Kim | Nov 13, 2013
The famous Sriracha hot sauce faces a production stoppage after a judge ruled against the company.
Carmen Wong Ulrich | Nov 27, 2013
When 40 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, you have to wonder why saving money is so difficult. Marketplace Money’s Carmen Wong Ulrich points to declining wages, but she also says the culture of saving was lost.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Oct 1, 2013
Closed national parks. Non-essential government services ground to a halt. And the shutdown will cut into GDP.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | May 3, 2012
States are trying to make it harder for new regulations and rules to be enacted in the first place.
Ben Bergman | Nov 27, 2013
Now that California has recognized ride-sharing, taxi companies have to learn how to compete with it
Sarah Gardner | Dec 20, 2011
Builders are as busy as they've been in a year-and-a-half. Some of those homes aren't the typical house though -- they're being built for multi-generational families.
David Gura | Nov 6, 2013
Bart Chilton, known as a firebrand and for making all manner of music allusions in his speeches, is leaving the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.