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Trust fall

No one trusts anyone

Kai Ryssdal | Sep 5, 2014
I don't trust you.
Tesla

Tesla bets on the present while the future races on

Scott Tong | Sep 5, 2014
Tesla is relying on fab efficiency to cut prices on an established type of battery.
NATO

Will Europe start spending more on defense?

Stephen Beard | Sep 5, 2014
With new threats from Russia and ISIS, belt-tightening could come to an end.
Bethany Mota

Heard of Bethany Mota? She's one of ABC's newest stars

Queena Kim | Sep 5, 2014
The network hopes to lure Mota's army of online followers back to prime-time TV.
Posted In: abc, dancing, reality tv, YouTube

Tech IRL: Work it harder, make it better (with an app)

Lizzie O'Leary | Sep 5, 2014
Can an app help you exercise? Lizzie and Marketplace Tech's Ben Johnson investigate.

Weekend brunch: Apple starts making the rules and economic pickles

Lizzie O'Leary | Sep 5, 2014
Reuters' Ben Walsh and Nicolas Carlson from Business Insider talk about the week's news.

What Ebola costs one community

Lizzie O'Leary | Sep 5, 2014
Recovery from Ebola could take longer than recovering from war, says one CEO.
Posted In: Africa, disease, Ebola, News, outbreak

My money story: Writer Joey Slamon

John Sepulvado | Sep 5, 2014
Money can't buy you love, but can it help show your love?
Goucher College

A new way to apply to college: video

Amy Scott | Sep 5, 2014
Goucher College in Maryland tries to reach a broader spectrum of students.
Coding teachers

There aren't enough teachers with coding skills

Blake Farmer | Sep 5, 2014
Teachers learn to code on the fly as more districts incorporate digital requirements.
Posted In: coding, teachers

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