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Danielle Chiriguayo

Latest Stories from Danielle (55)

Marketplace Tech Blogs

Yes, lots of people are still playing "Pokemon Go"

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Danielle Chiriguayo Jul 12, 2018
The popular mobile phone game is making a comeback.
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Charting the future: Marketplace at Aspen Ideas 2018

The CEO of Reddit: “We are not the thought police ... but we do care about how you behave”

by David Brancaccio, Ali Oshinskie, and Danielle Chiriguayo Jul 2, 2018
Steve Huffman of Reddit says his team wrestles with the gray areas. "We debate these issues quite a bit."
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Charting the future: Marketplace at Aspen Ideas 2018

Fashion designer Eileen Fisher on how women lead differently than men

by David Brancaccio, Danielle Chiriguayo, and Janet Nguyen Jun 28, 2018
"I think we are more listeners — I'm more of a listener. I lead very loosely, kind of from the side."
"I'm more of a listener. I lead very loosely, kind of from the side. I try to give people freedom as much as possible," says Eileen Fisher. 
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Charting the future: Marketplace at Aspen Ideas 2018

"The government is often the underdog," the U.S. assistant attorney general says

by David Brancaccio and Danielle Chiriguayo Jun 27, 2018
Makan Delrahim talks about the Justice Department's losing bid to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger, along with other antitrust cases.
“We don't have a 24-hour dedicated news channel to go out and spin your case to the American public and judges and others as some merging parties might,” says Makan Delrahim, pictured above at the Aspen Ideas Festival, of the loss of the AT&T-Time Warner case.
Michael Lipkin/Marketplace

Quiz: Can you spot gendered language in job ads?

by Danielle Chiriguayo Jun 1, 2018
Test your ability to catch masculine- or feminine-coded wording.
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The feminism behind "Ocean's 8"

by Paulina Velasco and Danielle Chiriguayo Jun 1, 2018
"This is really just a story about women who are excellent at their jobs — they just happen to be criminals," said Olivia Milch, co-writer and producer for "Ocean's 8."
(L-R) Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean, Cate Blanchett as Lou, Rihanna as Nine Ball, Mindy Kaling as Amita, Awkwafina as Constance, Helena Bonham Carter as Rose, Anne Hathaway as Daphne Kluger and Sarah Paulson as Tammy in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' "Oceans 8," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
Barry Wetcher/Warner Bros.

Quiz: Can you guess how many calories are in a meal by looking at it?

by Danielle Chiriguayo and Arjuna Soriano May 7, 2018
Restaurants and other food outlets with more than 20 locations have to publicly display calorie counts. Test your calorie count prediction talents with our quiz.
Cate Gillon / Getty Images

Ketchup and mayonnaise: a tale of two condiments

by Danielle Chiriguayo May 1, 2018
Culinary snobs may sneer, but the resulting sauce has a long history.
-KraftHeinz
Economics of Disaster

Puerto Rico governor says to people in informal housing "It's time to go"

by Danielle Chiriguayo Apr 27, 2018
We check in with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on housing, education, pensions, and who is actually in charge.
Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló in his office in San Juan in 2018.
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Choose a job you love and you will never have to ... die prematurely?

by Danielle Chiriguayo Apr 13, 2018
Work could be "really and truly killing us," according to Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer.
A trader looks dejected at the German stock exchange on Friday, 10 October, 2008 in Frankfurt, Germany.
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