Andie Corban

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Much of the economy has stopped. Rent and other payments haven't.

Mar 30, 2020
Millions of people's incomes have been reduced or disappeared completely because of COVID-19, and rent day is just around the corner.
A pedestrian walks by a San Francisco restaurant closed because of COVID-19.
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How a mortgage broker is dealing with an ailing market

Mar 25, 2020
Los Angeles mortgage broker Vivian Gueler is expecting a drop in the value of real estate.
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What to watch for in Thursday's weekly unemployment claims numbers

Mar 24, 2020
"If we're believing some of the forecasts coming out from a lot of the banks, we might see numbers in the millions," said Tara Sinclair of George Washington University.
Workers lining up for jobs circa 1950.
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How zombie apocalypse writer Max Brooks views the COVID-19 crisis

Mar 19, 2020
Author Max brooks has drawn inspiration for his books about the zombie apocalypse from public health crises.
Max Brooks at Comic-Con in 2011.
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Nasdaq CEO: "The plumbing of the markets are working very, very well"

Mar 19, 2020
Adena Friedman explains why markets should stay open, despite all the volatility.
Adena Friedman, president and CEO of Nasdaq, advocates keeping markets open during volatility.
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How Samsung became one of the world's biggest tech companies

Mar 17, 2020
The South Korean company went from selling groceries in the 1930s to a market leader in technology across the globe.
A Samsung flag flying in South Korea in 2017.
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Can money solve a coronavirus-induced recession?

Mar 12, 2020
Annie Lowrey of The Atlantic expects the coronavirus to cause a jobs crisis, but government spending could help.
U.S. bank notes in 2005.
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How COVID-19 is affecting small businesses in Seattle

Mar 10, 2020
We checked in with owners of a florist, a women's boutique and a small pharmacy.
The Seattle skyline in 2019.
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What the new coronavirus means for America's busiest port complex

Mar 5, 2020
"We've had 41 vessel cancellations from the middle of February through April 1," said Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles.
The Port of Los Angeles, the nation's busiest container port, in November 2019.
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Is therapy only for the rich?

Mar 4, 2020
Only a quarter of Americans think mental health services are accessible.
Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, circa 1935.
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