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Ethan Lindsey first worked on the Marketplace Morning Report in 2004 and returned in 2010. In the interim, he worked as a reporter at the Oregon Public Broadcasting. One of Lindsey’s first jobs out of college was clipping and summarizing news for the President and the White House.

In 2009, Lindsey won a Peabody Award for his work as a reporter at Oregon Public Broadcasting.  He was also awarded a Fulbright fellowship, which allowed him to report in Germany for a year.  One of the highlights of his fellowship was a trip to Trossingen, Germany, the birthplace of the harmonica.  He had the pleasure of interviewing the curator of the harmonica museum and reporting on the history of the instrument.

Lindsey graduated from UC Berkeley, with a degree in English. In addition, he received his Masters at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. 

Lindsey currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys hiking, camping and skiing in his free time.  He is a die-hard Cal football fan and has been known to globe-trot in order to catch a game.

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Features by Ethan Lindsey

Ryan Braun's suspension could be a blow to Milwaukee

A star player such as the Brewers' Ryan Braun is worth a lot to a league, and a city.
Posted In: baseball, MLB, steroids

Netflix confirms it wants more 'Arrested Development'

Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos talks about the possibility of a fifth season for "Arrested Development."
Posted In: netflix, Arrested Development, streaming video

The numbers for July 3, 2013:

20,000

The number of weddings that the live-streaming site Ustream has broadcast in the past year. It represents a 250 percent growth rate, and is considered totally-wedding-etiquette-acceptable, as long as it is done tastefully. (Marketplace)

160 billion

That's how many packages are sent through the U.S. Postal Service last year. That's also the number of packages, sent by U.S.P.S., that were photographed for surveillance purposes. The program was put in place following the 2001 anthrax attacks, which were delivered by U.S. mail. (NYT)

One year

That's how long some employers will get to breath a sigh of relief, after the healthcare mandate was delayed. Under the Affordable Care Act, companies with 50 or more workers have to provide insurance. But now that mandate takes effect in 2015 instead of 2014. (U.S. Department of Treasury)

Immigration reform & the economy: A reading list

Now that the Senate has passed immigration reform, a look at some of the most important coverage of the finances and economics of immigration reform.
Posted In: illegal immigration, Mexico

How much would your savings account be taxed in Cyprus?

Cyprus and European regulators announced over the weekend a new plan to tax the country's savings accounts to solve the country's debt crisis. Everyone with a savings account would pay some tax, but those with extra large savings accounts (over $130,000 in the bank) would get hit with a super-sized tax bill. Find out what you would pay, if you had a bank account in Cyprus, with our simple calculator.

Bonus, baby! Wall Street sweetens year-end checks

Wall Street paid out an estimated $20 billion in bonuses last year, as trading profits surge. Still banks are warning of more layoffs.
Posted In: Wall Street bonuses, bonuses

2013 State of the Union Address: An annotated transcript

We read between the lines of President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address in this annotated transcript
Posted In: State of the Union

Could HP break up? Last year, Whitman rebuffed speculation

The $24.4 billion Dell buyout prompts reports of other tech investment deals, including a possible break-up of Hewlett-Packard. In November, HP CEO Meg Whitman said she'd "be very surprised" if HP wasn't an independent company in five years.
Posted In: Hp, Hewlett-Packard, Meg Whitman

Animal health firm is biggest IPO since Facebook

Animal health care is the fastest growing sector of health care. Medicine for the pets we love and the livestock we eat is a more than $4 billion business for Zoetis, a company spun off by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Posted In: Zoetis, pharmaceuticals, veterinarian

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's signature revealed

New Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's signature will begin to appear on new dollar bills this year. President Obama nominated Lew to the post earlier this year.
Posted In: jack lew, treasury secretary

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