Katie Long is an associate producer for the Marketplace Morning Report.
Features by Katie Long
Posted In: insurance, terrorism, boston marathon, boston
Four in ten businesses choose to skip extra insurance for acts of terrorism, why?
Posted In: states, Gallup, stress
When you think of stress centers around the country, New York City or Washington D.C. may come to mind. But according to a new poll from Gallup, the people of West Virginia, Rhode Island and Kentucky are the most stressed.
Posted In: Music, spotify
New data show that the Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" is now the most streamed song on Spotify. Which got us thinking, even though the way we listen to music has changed, the tune has not.
Posted In: reality tv, television, media
Today Dutch group Mars One is set to announce details about its plan to fund a human colony on Mars -- by turning the process into a reality TV show. Is the once fast-growing, profitable reality TV machine -- here on Earth -- sputtering?
Posted In: SOPA, PIPA, CISPA, online privacy
CISPA passed in the House of Representatives. But what is the bill and what will it do for privacy and data?
Posted In: boston marathon, American Red Cross
A list of how you can assist those in Boston, whether you're nearby or from afar.
Posted In: Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, acquisition
Since becoming Yahoo CEO last summer, Marissa Mayer has embarked on a takeover strategy: Buy companies to get their talent. As Yahoo reports earnings, we find out if it worked.
Posted In: Taxes, IRS
The deadline for filing income taxes is today, and while a third of Americans like doing their taxes and some are even inspired to write poetry, many find the process more complicated than ever.
Posted In: Music, apps, summer, video
If you're going to Coachella, you'll want to pack some tech supplies to capture the moment and stay connected. Here are 8 apps to try out this season.
Posted In: Michael Bloomberg, New York City
Michael Bloomberg says he can't be bought by special interests, but a cozy relationship with Miss Piggy suggests he may bow to 'festive interests.'