Leila Goldstein

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Leila Goldstein is a reporter and audio producer based in Brooklyn, and a former Marketplace intern. Her radio stories have also aired on NPR and New Hampshire Public Radio.

Latest Stories (17)

Book printers are reporting a surprising end-of-year crunch

Jan 1, 2019
For the first time in a decade the industry is seeing more demand than it can supply.
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Why consumers and retailers alike love gift cards

Dec 24, 2018
There’s even something in there for the government.
 That wall of different gift cards hanging on hooks at the end of a drugstore or grocery story aisle actually has a name: the gift card mall.
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Feeling pressured? Americans pushed to overspend this holiday season

Nov 20, 2018
New survey finds nearly half of Americans feel pressured to overspend on gifts.
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So you lost Amazon's HQ2. How are you feeling?

Nov 15, 2018
Officials are relieved and bitter after the online retailer's big announcement.
The Crystal City area of Arlington, Virginia, was one of the winners in the contest for Amazon's HQ2.
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New York culture faces a tech worker influx

Nov 9, 2018
Google reportedly eyeing an expansion of its downtown Manhattan operation
Google's New York office in lower Manhattan on March 5, 2018 in New York City. 
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What's in those Amazon HQ2 bids? It's not entirely clear

Nov 6, 2018
Chambers of commerce and public-private partnerships have led the way on bids with limited disclosure requirements.
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