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Andie Corban

Latest Stories from Andie (52)

The Big Book

The story behind the spacesuits that got us to the moon

by Andie Corban Dec 25, 2019
Spoiler alert: It features a clash between NASA and Playtex, the women's underwear company.
Astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin walked on the moon on July 20, 1969 wearing a 21-layer spacesuit.
NASA/Getty Images
My Economy

Preparing for retirement, one Google search at a time

by Andie Corban Dec 17, 2019
"I'm realizing I don't even know what I don't know," said Janet Johnson, 63.
Janet Johnson and her husband, Duane Esarey.
Photo courtesy of Janet Johnson

Why one children's company is betting on cultural pride

by Kai Ryssdal, Andie Corban, and Maria Hollenhorst Dec 9, 2019
The co-founders of Encantos Media want to make diverse kids' content for multicultural families like theirs.
Steven Wolfe Pereira and Susie Jaramillo at Encantos Media's Manhattan office.
Maria Hollenhorst/Marketplace

What new import tariffs mean for one American steel company

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Dec 5, 2019
"People are scrambling to buy steel," said Lisa Goldenberg, president of Delaware Steel Co.
Brazilian and Argentinian steel on the way to the United States got 25% more expensive after the president's tweet.
Daniel McNew/Getty Images

Why e-books make things complicated for libraries

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Dec 4, 2019
Digital books are more expensive than physical books and create logistical challenges for libraries.
A librarian displays a recently-arrived e-book at the Chicago Public Library in 2000.
Tim Boyle/Getty Images
Kai Explains

Should we be paying closer attention to weekly unemployment claims?

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Dec 4, 2019
"It's really a measure, I think, of worker confidence in the economy," said Tara Sinclair of George Washington University.
Some states require unemployment insurance claims be filed in person.
Mario Tama/Getty Images

The suburban office park is making a comeback

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Dec 2, 2019
Many are adding modern amenities like cafes and open offices to attract workers.
A suburban neighborhood north of San Diego, California.
David McNew/Getty Images
The Big Book

How synthetic fabrics became mainstream

by Andie Corban Nov 29, 2019
A series of very successful marketing campaigns led to our closets being dominated by fabrics like polyester and Lycra.
A dress fitting circa 1930, when synthetic fabrics were new to the market.
Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Your local airport could be getting a gym soon

by Andie Corban and Amy Scott Nov 28, 2019
There's growing demand for more health conscious airports, according to Alison Sider of the Wall Street Journal.
Some frequent fliers say they'd hit the gym during layovers.
Jack Taylor/Getty Images
My Economy

Prioritizing stability over wealth

by Andie Corban Nov 27, 2019
Ohio native Louise Eberle says the work-life balance of her public school job gives her more than wealth ever could.
Photo courtesy of Louise Eberle