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Lewis Wallace

Reporter

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

Latest Stories from Lewis (125)

OECD lifts growth forecast, citing Trump stimulus

by Lewis Wallace Nov 28, 2016
The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has revised its global economic forecast, and things are looking up. It’s predicting 3.3 percent global growth in 2017, up from 2.9 this year and 0.1 percent higher than the prediction…
President-elect Donald Trump speaking at a town hall meeting in Tampa, Florida earlier this year.
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Trump video address raises questions on regulation

by Lewis Wallace Nov 22, 2016
Donald Trump says he’ll start ending regulations on day one in office, but how will it work?
Donald Trump speaks during a Virginia campaign back in September.
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Trump meeting raises ethical concerns

by Lewis Wallace Nov 21, 2016
The president-elect met with three businessmen from India last week at Trump Tower.
A billboard for the upcoming Trump Tower Mumbai, a luxury residential apartment complex.
INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images
Politics Inside Out

Trump's Ohio and the global economy

by Kai Ryssdal, Andrea Seabrook, and Lewis Wallace Nov 17, 2016
Plus, the nitty-gritty of tax reform.
The sun sets over downtown Dayton on May 11, 2004 in Dayton, Ohio.
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In an Ohio community, division over a Trump presidency

by Lewis Wallace Nov 16, 2016
Race, immigration and moral issues are wedges in Montgomery County, Ohio.
Fuyao Glass America, a Chinese automotive glass company, started production in a former GM plant in 2015 in Dayton, OH. But the jobs require more skills, for less pay. 
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Corporate taxation needs reform, but where to start?

by Lewis Wallace Nov 10, 2016
There's consensus that the tax systems needs revising. Beyond that, a void.
A business man walks outside of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 7, 2016 in New York City. 
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Stocks in private prisons are way, way up

by Lewis Wallace Nov 10, 2016
Stocks in private prison corporations soared with the news of Donald Trump’s win. The country’s largest, Corrections Corporation of America, shot up almost 45 percent Wednesday. The companies that run private prisons are actually in the real estate business, and…
A view of the Eloy Detention Facility, which is operated by the Corrections Corporation of America.
John Moore/Getty Images

What our next administration might look like

by David Brancaccio and Lewis Wallace Nov 7, 2016
Who would each candidate appoint as Treasury secretary?
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A cell phone company for conservatives

by Lewis Wallace Nov 4, 2016
Many corporations avoid choosing a side during elections. Is that changing?
Donald Trump impersonator Robert S. Ensler speaks on a phone before a rally by the Republican presidential hopeful at the Westgate Hotel and Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images

Riding while black is a disadvantage, a new study finds

by Lewis Wallace Oct 31, 2016
Researchers tested hundreds of requests for ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft.
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