Dan is a sustainability reporter for Marketplace. He has produced multimedia and radio features for WBEZ, NPR, BBC World Service and other public-media outlets.
Features by Dan Weissmann
Posted In: cars, privacy, data collection
Auto makers issue privacy standards for the data that cars collect.
Posted In: Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway, tax advantage, duracell, proctor&gamble
Buffett says the rich don’t pay enough taxes, but his recent grab avoids plenty.
Posted In: China, carbon emissions, emissions cap
The U.S. commitments for reducing carbon emissions are mostly already in place.
Posted In: crude oil, gas prices, consumer spending, consumer behavior
Car buyers are impulsive, but not necessarily 'dumb.'
Posted In: Dell, Michael Dell, computers
Michael Dell launches his newly private Dell computer company.
Posted In: college graduate, salaries, job boom, new graduates, first job
Those who graduated in down years don't benefit as much when the economy recovers.
Posted In: online shopping, Home Depot, Sears, online travel
It's tough to detect or beat systems that show you "personalized" prices for products
Posted In: Twitter, Twitter IPO, MySpace, Facebook
If it doesn't turn a profit at some point, it'll get left behind.
Posted In: southwest, Airlines
An attempt to squeeze out extra profits created turbulence.
Posted In: gas prices, big oil, exports, U.S. exports
It's hard to know where prices will be a year from now