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CEOs get paid a ton, Mary Poppins makes almost none

Tobin Low | Jul 25, 2014
Why CEOs don't have a pay cap while Mary Poppins can't raise the minimum wage.
Posted In: ceo pay, minimum wage

Following movie stars all the way to the theater

Kai Ryssdal | Jul 24, 2014
What are you going to see this weekend? Check your timeline.

GM's post-recall strategy pays dividends

Mark Garrison | Jul 24, 2014
The automaker has handled the crisis over faulty ignition switches well. What now?
Posted In: car recalls, compensation, GM
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How can tech companies diversify their workforces?

Noel King | Jul 24, 2014
It takes more than just training and recruiting women and people of color.
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Facebook mobilizes, successfully

Annie Baxter | Jul 24, 2014
Facebook’s strong second-quarter earnings were propelled by mobile-ad revenue.

No deluge of campaign cash after limits end

David Gura | Jul 24, 2014
Lobbyists are among the small number of donors affected by the decision.

Brogrammers give up some ground in comp-sci classes

Dan Abendschein | Jul 24, 2014
More girls and minorities took computer science Advance Placement courses in 2014

Kai Ryssdal vs. the American Girl Store

Kai Ryssdal | Jul 24, 2014
We went behind the scenes with Jean McKenzie, executive vice president for American Girl.
Posted In: American Girl, dolls, Mattel, toys

A fund to invest more in rural infrastructure

Tracey Samuelson | Jul 24, 2014
The Department of Agriculture is partnering with the private sector to launch a new investment fund.

Some bond insurers oppose Detroit's bankruptcy plan

Kate Davidson | Jul 24, 2014
Companies that insured Detroit's debt also made other bad bets.