Tracey Samuelson is a reporter for Marketplace, based in the New York Bureau and covering business and economic stories across all shows.

In addition to Marketplace, her work has appeared on NPR, including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and the Planet Money podcast, as well as in print for The New York Times, New York Magazine, and the Christian Science Monitor, among others. 


Features by Tracey Samuelson

Then-U.S. President Bill Clinton signs the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in December 1993.

NAFTA legacy casts a shadow on new trade agreements

As the Trans-Pacific Partnership looms, a look back at what NAFTA changed in America.
Posted In: NAFTA, Trans-Pacific Partnership, trade deals

Why the secrecy behind trade talks?

The lack of transparency behind trade deals is a worry for critics.
Posted In: Trans-Pacific Partnership, negotiations, trade deals
The Twitter logo is displayed on a banner outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 7, 2013 — the date the social media company went public.

Why social media investing looks like a rollercoaster

Social media stocks are volatile. With good reason.
Posted In: social media, stocks, Investing, markets, shares
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairwoman Mary Jo White speaks at 2014 SEC conference in Washington, D.C.

SEC wants clarity on CEO pay vs. company performance

The SEC is going to demand that companies provide more transparency about CEO pay.
Posted In: CEO salaries, SEC, stocks

Japan's trade negotiations may be troubled by currency

Some are claiming the Bank of Japan is manipulating currency.
Posted In: Japan, currency, Bank of Japan, Shinzo Abe
Carolyn Rafaelian’s father founded this factory, Cinerama, in 1966. While much of Rhode Island’s manufacturing has moved overseas, this factory is still in business, producing jewelry for Rafaelian’s company, Alex and Ani.

Rhode Island, hard hit by recession, slow to recover

Pre-recession, the housing boom in Rhode Island helped mask manufacturing woes.
Posted In: local economy, state economies, Rhode Island, Great Recession, economic recovery
In a world of data and algorithms, human beings are the drivers behind successful music playlists.

For streaming sites, playlists still need human touch

In the digital age, the key to a music playlist's success? Human beings.
Posted In: Music, streaming, pandora, songza, playlists

How to get voters to reconsider a repeat candidate

Hillary Clinton is working to refresh her image after a long career.
Posted In: hillary clinton, election 2016

GE to sell most of its lending business

The company is returning to its manufacturing roots.
Posted In: General Electric, manufacturing, finance
The Uber app is displayed on a smartphone against cabs waiting for passengers in Barcelona.

Uber picks up more corporate business

Business travelers don't care much about price. So why are they taking Uber?
Posted In: Uber, business


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