Latest Stories from Chau (373)
by Chau Tu Apr 29, 2013
Comparing the hours President Obama spent in meetings about the economy, and on golf outings, in 2012.
by Stephen Beard and Chau Tu Apr 8, 2013
There’s no question Margaret Thatcher wanted to remake the U.K. economy during her tenure, but did she succeed?
by Chau Tu Apr 3, 2013
Many companies have learned how to use social media as a useful marketing tool, but some have made some major faux pas along the way.
Guns and dollars
by Chau Tu Feb 11, 2013
This week, Marketplace's Sylvester Monroe reports from Englewood, a neighborhood on Chicago's South Side, which has one of the highest homicide rates in the city.
by Millie Jefferson and Chau Tu Jan 31, 2013
Gamblers don't just bet on who will win the Super Bowl, bookmakers also collect proposition bets for the game, wagering on things like how Beyonce will style her hair during the halftime show. Those bets don't have to be limited…
by Chau Tu Jan 18, 2013
Tradition and ritual play major roles on Inauguration Day. Here are some of the firsts, both quirky and significant, that have occurred throughout history.
by Chau Tu and Daryl Paranada Jan 11, 2013
Michigan's state tourism slogan "Pure Michigan" got caught in political crossfire this week. What's your state slogan? And does it best represent your state?