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Using personal email addresses for work isn't uncommon

Tracey Samuelson | Mar 4, 2015
But when you're Hillary Clinton, it's not as easy to sidestep a work email account
Didier Leroy, President of Toyota Motor Europe, spoke at the Toyota factory of Onnaing during the awarding of the certificate 'Origine France Garantie' for the Yaris.

Toyota tries to break out of its island mindset

Scott Tong | Mar 4, 2015
The Japanese worry that their corporations are as insular as the country, and aren't adapting to the global market.
Posted In: France, Japan, Toyota
Macroeconomics can sometimes be humorous.

The Fed's 2009 transcripts show 299 'instances of laughter'

Kai Ryssdal | Mar 4, 2015
The Federal Reserve released their 2009 transcripts, all 1,648 pages.

Quiz: Student loans with staying power

Dan Hill | Mar 4, 2015
Still paying college debt? You’re not alone.

The New York Times picks up where SkyMall left off

Sally Herships | Mar 4, 2015
The Times and NPR sell their audiences on unique retail options.
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PODCAST: A forecast to Friday's Jobs Report

David Gura | Mar 4, 2015
Looking ahead to the jobs report, Ukraine's interest rates, and the rise of gas prices.

When disaster strikes, FEMA turns to Waffle House

Elly Yu | Mar 4, 2015
FEMA has coined a "Waffle House Index" to indicate the severity of a disaster.

Ukraine raises interest rate to 30 percent

Tracey Samuelson | Mar 4, 2015
The hike comes as Ukraine's central bank seeks to tackle rampant inflation.

Why two companies dominate the private prison industry

Ryan Katz | Mar 4, 2015
Private companies run most of the facilities housing undocumented immigrants.
Posted In: DHS, Immigration, prisons

The Sound of Computers

Ben Johnson and Aparna Alluri | Mar 4, 2015
Matt Parker, a sound artist, collects audio from the early days of computing.

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