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Apr 16, 2010
When we report on companies, should we make a special acknowledgment if they are an underwriter? Share your comments and feedback.
Oct 15, 2010
Are you rich? Do you feel rich? Come to think of it, just what is rich? Next week on Marketplace Money, we'll hear from people across the country to get their take on what is rich. In the meantime, we want your feedback. What is rich to you?
Aug 7, 2011
Shanghai's Pudong district...built with help from the purchase of US debt. Officially, the response from China's government to...
Oct 27, 2010
Marketplace commentator David Frum says aside from the conservative characters that haven't put the best face on the GOP, Frum says he'll be voting a straight Republican ticket this election.
Feb 3, 2010
Commentator David Frum just came back from a State Department-sponsored trip to Venezuela and sends along his observations about the curious state of its economy.
May 18, 2010
Yesterday Seattle city council became the latest to boycott Arizona over their controversial immigration law, but as Marketplace's Janet Babin reports, there's an equally powerful backlash against the backlash: that is, companies and citizens buying Arizona products in support of the new law.
Oct 1, 2008
A majority in the House voted against the financial rescue bill, in part, because they were swamped with calls from angry constituents. Kai Ryssdal asks behavioral economist Dan Ariely why Americans want revenge.
Oct 13, 2010
If you pay your bills on time, you are to be congratulated -- and possibly charged a fee. Some lenders, telecommunications companies and other providers will charge you a fee just to allow you to pay your bills. L.A. Times consumer columnist David Lazarus talks with Bill Radke about pay-to-pay fees and what we can do about them.
Jan 22, 2010
Emily Yoffe, aka Slate.com's advice columnist "Prudence," talks to Tess Vigeland about how to politely handle the art of wedding gift giving.
Aug 13, 2008
Money might not grow on trees, but it's apparently all over the streets. Sally Herships reports on a New York family that's building a nest egg with small change they find just lying around.