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Andie Corban

Latest Stories from Andie (53)

FICO changes could lower 40 million credit scores

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 23, 2020
The change in how FICO is measured could make it more expensive for millions of Americans to borrow.
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A garlic farmer's take on the trade deal

by Andie Corban Jan 17, 2020
"This 25% tariff on inbound Chinese garlic has been a fantastic thing for American garlic farmers," said second-generation garlic farmer Ken Christopher.
Ken Christopher of Christopher Ranch in a crate of garlic skins.
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Trump administration changes how reporters access timely economic data

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 16, 2020
Lorraine Woellert of Politico predicts that the change will increase market volatility following some government reports.
A 1975 newsroom.
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What the phase one deal means for one Iowa farmer

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 15, 2020
Corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes isn't sure she'll be able to regain the Chinese buyers she lost during the trade war.
An Iowa corn farm in 2015.
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Trade showdown

Here's what American businesses want you to know about the trade war

by Bridget Bodnar, Andie Corban, and Bennett Purser Jan 14, 2020
Business leaders are united on one thing: the trade war has changed how they run their companies.
From fish hooks to reels, many pieces of imported fishing equipment are subject to tariffs.
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My Economy

Tackling the unpredictable gig work of Broadway

by Andie Corban Jan 13, 2020
Stagehand John Hatch has been underemployed for more than eight months.
Hatch and a coworker at the 2017 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. He was then working on CBS's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
Courtesy John Hatch

The relationship between drug companies and jails

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 9, 2020
Incarcerated people form a large market for pharmaceutical companies. The ethics of that relationship can be complicated.
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How potential trade deals could affect farmers

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Jan 8, 2020
Illinois farmer Brian Duncan is hopeful about business in 2020 as the USMCA and a trade deal with China move forward.
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How corporate lobbying changed the 2017 tax overhaul

by Andie Corban and Kimberly Adams Jan 3, 2020
Corporate lobbyists won big under the Treasury Department's rules and regulations to implement the bill.
President Donald Trump and Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin in 2017.
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IRS changes could make free online tax filing easier

by Andie Corban and Kimberly Adams Jan 2, 2020
The tax prep industry, including companies like TurboTax, was essentially hiding free filing software, Justin Elliott of ProPublica says.
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