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Rose Conlon

Latest Stories from Rose (39)

How We Give

How neighbors saved Christmas — and the family farm

by Rose Conlon Dec 24, 2019
"The bank had shut us down and we didn't know how we were going to go forward."
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How We Give

The difference $100 can make

by Rose Conlon Dec 23, 2019
"It wasn't a lot," said Roslyn Imrie, "But it gave me a lot of hope."
One stranger's anonymous gift helped Roslyn Imrie survive a period of financial hardship. Above, Imrie and her children are pictured on vacation in 2019.
Courtesy of Roslyn Imrie
How We Give

We should treat inequality as injustice, says Ford Foundation President Darren Walker

by Rose Conlon and David Brancaccio Dec 20, 2019
"We're getting a distorted capitalism that does not produce shared prosperity," says Walker.
"We're getting a sort of distorted capitalism that does not produce shared prosperity," said Walker.
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Preparing for retirement when you have one child

by Rose Conlon Dec 5, 2019
"It gets complicated after your parents pass away and you have nobody."
Amanda Peters and her son Zack are both only children.
Courtesy of Amanda Peters
The Season

One thing you can't buy online? Holiday nostalgia

by Rose Conlon Dec 4, 2019
Younger shoppers in particular value the brick-and-mortar shopping experience, research shows. Bash Party Goods takes that idea to heart.
Angela Wator hopes the in-store shopping experience draws consumers to her Chicago-based party store Festive Collective.
Courtesy of Bash Party Goods
The Big Book

How grassroots activists fought Big Tobacco

by Rose Conlon and David Brancaccio Nov 25, 2019
Regulation of the tobacco industry didn't happen overnight.
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Government shutdown 2019

For government contractors, shutdown debt can linger

by Rose Conlon Nov 18, 2019
Lila Johnson is still paying back the money she borrowed last shutdown.
Lila Johnson, a 72-year-old custodian at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, said she would retire if she could afford it.
Jay Mallin/Service Employees International Union
Fall of the Berlin Wall

The unintended consequences of German reunification

by Rose Conlon Nov 11, 2019
"We all started to realize that life was just going to be different."
A person touches a segment of the Berlin wall at the Bernauerstrasse wall memorial on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, on November 9, 2019 in Berlin.
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Fall of the Berlin Wall

How Reno, Nevada, turned its economy into a small powerhouse

by David Brancaccio, Rose Conlon, Daniel Shin, and Erika Soderstrom Nov 8, 2019
Mayor Hillary Schieve said playing on the region's strengths and diversifying its economy helped revive the struggling, post-recession city.
A neon sign welcomes people to Reno, Nevada.
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Fall of the Berlin Wall

Automation is likely to leave some local economies behind

by David Brancaccio and Rose Conlon Nov 6, 2019
Without intervention, the disparity between thriving and lagging economies will worsen.
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