Eve Troeh

Senior producer

SHORT BIO

I make the podcast and broadcast “Marketplace Tech” and the weekly podcast “Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly.” I've worked in public media since the dawn of this century (which is crazy) and have produced, reported and edited all the types of radio and audio things. I served as the founding news director at New Orleans Public Radio, where I also got to host local story slams for “The Moth.”

What was your first job?

Ice cream shop.

What is something that everyone should own, no matter how much it costs?

Good headphones.

What’s something that you thought you knew but later found out you were wrong about?

That you can ever repay your mom for everything she's done for you.

What’s the favorite item in your workspace and why?

The stacks of books I don't have time to read but can't bear to part with.

 

Latest Stories (387)

Dow record makes those not in the market itchy to act

Mar 6, 2013
People who got out of the markets during the financial crisis need to act cautiously if they want to get back in now.

Trains will move tar sands oil, if the Keystone XL doesn't

Mar 4, 2013
A study commissioned by the State Department concludes that building the Keystone XL pipeline won't contribute to global warming, because Canadian tar sands oil will get to market with or without the pipeline.

Viral outbreak! The CDC has an app for that

Mar 1, 2013
You can identify the source of an outbreak, based on actual cases investigated by the Centers for Disease Control.

Negotiating: 'Deal or no deal' works in business, not politics

Feb 28, 2013
Businesses issue ultimatums all the time. Politics requires negotiations, whether before -- or after -- a crisis.

Budweiser accused of selling watery beer

Feb 27, 2013
Consumer lawsuits say Budweiser and other beers bought by the Belgian brewer InBev don't contain the full 5 percent alcohol claimed on their bottles.

For sale: Boston newspaper with great history

Feb 21, 2013
The New York Times bought the Globe for more than $1 billion two decades ago. A likely price now? One estimate says $100 million.

Publishers look to women's magazines for stability

Feb 14, 2013
Time Warner and Meredith may combine their women-oriented titles, which have held up as print editions.

What happened to last State of Union's promises?

Feb 12, 2013
President Obama called for investing more in the nation's infrastructure, but some projects take a long time to start and others are blocked by Congress.

U.S. oil imports are down, narrowing the trade deficit

Feb 8, 2013
The transportation system for fuel in the U.S. is inadequate, though, so some oil always has to be imported to where it's needed.

McDonald's expands menu with a Fish Mc...

Feb 4, 2013
The fast-food chain offers Fish McBites, with fewer calories and certification that the fish is caught sustainably.