Lewis Wallace



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

Latest Stories (125)

Feds announce charges against Chinese hacker-insider traders

Dec 28, 2016
Hackers are finding new ways to profit.
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The economics of Israeli settlements

Dec 27, 2016
Settlers may benefit from cheaper home prices.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairing a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Sunday.

Two small business owners with different views of Trump

Dec 19, 2016
In suburban Ohio, some see a windfall with his election, while others fear the worst.
Greg Knox owns Knox Machinery in a northern suburb of Cincinnati. He believes Trump will be good for his business.
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Dayton has welcomed immigrants, but many are now in limbo

Dec 14, 2016
The city has a program called "Welcome Dayton" that encourages immigrants to settle down there.
A view of Dayton, Ohio.
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OPEC woos other nations into production-cutting plan

Dec 9, 2016
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed this week to cut production for the first time in eight years. That could mean oil prices will go up. But that depends on whether OPEC can convince a bunch of other non-cartel countries to agree to the cut. The cartel has invited 14 other countries to a […]
An Austrian soldier stands guard outside the OPEC headquarters in Vienna in 2016.
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What’s next for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz?

Dec 2, 2016
He’ll focus on the company’s fancy coffee pursuits.
Howard Schultz drinks a cup of coffee at the first Starbucks store in Chongqing, China back in 2006. 
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Trump's Carrier deal “is not policy," experts say

Dec 1, 2016
Details are still unclear, and it may not be replicable.
A view of a Carrier factory in France. Donald Trump recently struck a deal with Carrier that would keep some 1,000 jobs in Indiana. 

Trump picks billionaire Wilbur Ross for Commerce secretary

Nov 30, 2016
Ross made his billions in distressed assets.
Wilbur Ross at Trump Tower in New York City.
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'Fight for $15' stages national protest on four-year anniversary

Nov 29, 2016
Movement to raise minimum wage gears up for a Trump presidency.
Workers and representatives from the Service Employees International Union leave a press conference at O'Hare Airport on Nov. 21, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. 
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In pockets where poverty is growing, doubt about Trump

Nov 29, 2016
The president-elect's agenda offers little detail on programs.
President-elect Donald Trump chats with workers during a tour of Staub Manufacturing Solutions in Dayton, Ohio back in September.