Stan Alcorn is a reporter based in New York City. In addition to his work for Marketplace, he has reported for Fast Company, WNYC and NPR.
Features by Stan Alcorn
Posted In: art, hotels, design
Most buy images that fit within design requirements. But the options are endless.
Posted In: Kraft, Heinz ketchup, buffets
What happens when you combine two companies to make the world's fifth largest food and beverage company?
Posted In: living wills, Banks, Dodd-Frank law, too big to fail
Three big banks have had their failure plans rejected by regulators.
Posted In: radioshack, hedge funds, bankruptcy
Hedge funds are squabbling over Radio Shack like vultures fighting over a coyote carcass. How did it come to this?
Posted In: net neutrality, fcc, Internet
Cable companies seek different avenues around new FCC ruling.
Posted In: the dow, AT&T, apple
It turns out the Dow isn't what it used to be.
Posted In: social media, online bullying, isis, Facebook
Pressure is mounting on Facebook and Twitter to censor everything from trolls (which can really hurt engagement) to ISIS.
Posted In: DOH, Fed, stress tests
The DOH does snap inspections, whereas banks have plenty of time to prepare.
Posted In: hedge funds, start ups, Investing
Smaller hedge funds are hoping to beat out their larger counterparts.
Posted In: Wall Street, markets, Federal Reserve
The Dow and S&P 500 fell markedly on Tuesday, dropping into negative territory for the year. But what was the proximate cause?