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Andie Corban

Latest Stories from Andie (52)

Cities are piloting e-bike programs in a bid to reduce delivery truck traffic

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Nov 21, 2019
Montreal and Oslo are aiming to alleviate truck traffic and pollution.
A driver cycles on a tricycle delivery vehicle to deliver packages for UPS in the rain in 2018 in Berlin, Germany.
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The Big Book

Misleading charts are everywhere. Here's how to spot them.

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Nov 19, 2019
Even graphics published by major news outlets don't always contain the whole truth, says Alberto Cairo, author of "How Charts Lie."
In the aftermath of the 2016 election, Democrats and Republicans shared differing maps that highlighted their respective strengths, wrote Alberto Cairo. Above, people gather in Times Square on Nov. 8, 2016, Election Day.
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Is all-digital "neobanking" the future?

by Andie Corban, Kai Ryssdal, and Molly Wood Nov 13, 2019
Tech companies like Google are increasingly moving into the business sector, where they can mine extensive data.
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Why financial startups are choosing human first names

by Andie Corban and Kimberly Adams Nov 13, 2019
In an attempt to seem more trustworthy than big banks, financial startups are giving themselves folksy first names.
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What your chocolate bar has to do with deforestation

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Nov 8, 2019
Steven Mufson of The Washington Post explains why companies are struggling to farm cocoa sustainably.
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My Economy

Waiting for 65

by Andie Corban Nov 7, 2019
There is no guarantee of financial stability, even after 36 years at one company.
Simons and her husband have seven and eight years, respectively, until they hit 65.
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How the FDIC approaches cryptocurrencies

by Andie Corban and Molly Wood Nov 5, 2019
Is it an asset or a security? Jelena McWilliams, head of the banking insurance agency, talks about balancing innovation and regulation.
FDIC chairman Jelena McWilliams talks with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin about financial technology, or fintech, in April 2019 in Arlington, Virginia.
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The affordable housing crisis is forcing some people into basements

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Oct 30, 2019
A New York Times reporter took a look at immigrants living in the cramped, dark, illegal spaces in Queens.
Expensive housing in big cities like New York are pushing some people into illegal basement apartments.
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Kai Explains

What do changes in the stock market actually mean?

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Oct 22, 2019
"It's not as simple as it might seem," said Andrea Eisfeldt of UCLA.
A trader exiting the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in April 2013.
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Why pork prices are driving Chinese inflation

by Andie Corban and Molly Wood Oct 15, 2019
African swine fever has devastated the pig population in the country, where pork is a staple. It's not just food prices that are going up.
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