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What makes the dollar strong?

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Lewis Wallace

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Lewis Wallace is a former reporter for Marketplace based in the New York Bureau.

Latest Stories from Lewis (125)

Will Trump's pipeline order really bring more U.S. steel jobs?

by Lewis Wallace Jan 25, 2017
The executive order's actual economic effects on U.S. steel and iron production are unclear.
Miles of unused pipe, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, sit in a North Dakota lot back in 2014.
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Judge blocks Aetna merger with Humana

by Lewis Wallace Jan 24, 2017
A federal judge also says Aetna misled the public on its reasons for withdrawing from Obamacare in some states.

Federal lawsuit challenges Trump’s conflicts of interest

by Lewis Wallace Jan 23, 2017
The lawsuit accuses Trump of violating the U.S. Constitution.
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A flurry of regulatory action before inauguration

by Lewis Wallace Jan 20, 2017
Corporations have an interest in reaching deals before a new administration comes in.
Richard Cordray (R), director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, delivers remarks at a Financial Literacy and Education Commission meeting in D.C.
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Wal-Mart touts new jobs in 2017

by Lewis Wallace Jan 17, 2017
The nation’s largest private employer is expanding in some areas, contracting in others.

A small Georgia town where prisons play a big role

by Lewis Wallace Jan 13, 2017
McRae-Helena could see its fortunes change under the Trump administration.
McRae Correctional Institution has been in this rural part of southern Georgia since the early 2000s, housing up to 2,000 federal prisoners.
Ali Guillory

Trump’s Toyota Twitter feud: does it matter?

by Lewis Wallace Jan 6, 2017
Toyota is the latest company whose stock took a hit after the president-elect threatened to punish the carmaker for its plans to build Corollas in Mexico. Toyota’s planning to move production out of Canada, not the U.S. In any case,…

Rex Tillerson has a plan to divest from Exxon Mobil

by Lewis Wallace Jan 4, 2017
He will let go of his salary, retirement benefits and bonuses.
Exxon Mobil's Rex Tillerson speaks at a discussion organized by the Economic Club of Washington.
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Trump picks Robert Lighthizer for U.S. Trade Representative

by Lewis Wallace Jan 3, 2017
Lighthizer worked as deputy U.S. Trade Representative under the Reagan administration.

Remember laminators? They're disappearing.

by Lewis Wallace Dec 29, 2016
With digital documents replacing paper, the office supply business is taking a hit.
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