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Bennett Purser

Latest Stories from Bennett (125)

For better or worse, Amazon is everywhere in Baltimore

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Dec 6, 2019
From warehouses to web services, Amazon dominates business in Baltimore.
Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

For a British honey shop, Brexit uncertainty still looms

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Dec 4, 2019
Holiday sales will help From Field and Flower, but Brexit could bring tariffs of up to 40%.
Samantha Wallace sources most of her honey from small producers in Europe. Above, worker bees process honey while others seal the honeycomb full of honey with white wax.
Prakash Singh/AFP via Getty Images
My Economy

From hiring to navigating the road, "everything about trucking is a math problem"

by Bennett Purser Dec 2, 2019
A truck driver tells us about working one of the most in-demand jobs in the U.S.
A truck used by driver Kellylynn McLaughlin.
Courtesy Kellylynn McLaughlin

“Decade of Fire” shows how the people of the Bronx saved their neighborhood

by Amy Scott and Bennett Purser Nov 28, 2019
Landlords attempted to destroy the South Bronx in the 1970s with racist housing policies and worse. But the community fought back.
Robert Foster and a woman moving beams on Kelly Street.  Foster is the former the executive director of Banana Kelly, which rehabilitated South Bronx apartment buildings into affordable and livable housing.
Courtesy Eric Wingate

California's homeless: A crisis of prosperity

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Nov 27, 2019
Families in the state are battling homelessness as a strong economy dominates their surroundings.
A homeless encampment in Salinas, California.
Alessandra Sanguinetti for The California Sunday Magazine
Automatic Reply

Automatic Reply: “Relaxing, reflecting, and not looking at screens”

by Bennett Purser Nov 27, 2019
An out-of-office response containing some relevant research.
Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images

How cartels seized Mexico's avocado business

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Nov 26, 2019
Mexico's avocado farmers report extortion, hijacking and related danger posed by cartels.
An avocado orchard in the Mexican state of Michoacan.
Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times © 2019

More and more companies are separating the role of CEO and chairman. Why?

by Bennett Purser Nov 25, 2019
A Wall Street Journal reporter walks us through the trend.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg stepped down as chairman after fatal crashes of Boeing jets. He stayed on as CEO to address the company crisis.
Jim Young-Pool/Getty Images

Why Amazon continues to deliver CEOs to startups

by Bennett Purser and Kai Ryssdal Nov 20, 2019
From Hulu to WeWork, multiple corporate leaders have gotten their start at the online retail giant.
CEO Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in his garage in 1994.
David McNew/Getty Images

Disagreement over rule that would increase transparency in healthcare costs

by Bennett Purser and Amy Scott Nov 15, 2019
A new rule would require hospitals to make public the prices for everything they charge for.
Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images

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