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Leila Goldstein

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Leila Goldstein is a reporter and audio producer based in Brooklyn, and a former Marketplace intern. Her radio stories have also aired on NPR and New Hampshire Public Radio.

Latest Stories from Leila (17)

Resellers find treasure in online returns

by Leila Goldstein Aug 8, 2019
Ever wondered where your online returns go? They may be fueling new resale businesses.
Naveed Ahmed uses his living room to sort through returned merchandise from pallets he bids on online. He says he makes between $150 and $200 in profit on each pallet he buys.
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Stonewall 50

Small transgender groups face barriers to funding

by Leila Goldstein Jun 24, 2019
Intermediary funding groups are bridging that gap.
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Busking in the age of Venmo

by Leila Goldstein May 13, 2019
Street performers try to attract tips by having payment app accounts. But cash is still king.
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A tale of two payment apps

by Justin Ho and Leila Goldstein Apr 26, 2019
Venmo and Zelle look like they should be competitors. But the two payment apps serve very different audiences.
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How the vest became Wall Street's bulletproof armor

by Justin Ho and Leila Goldstein Apr 19, 2019
The fleece vest has become ubiquitous in the finance world. Manufacturers are taking note.
Jeff Bezos, chief executive officer of Amazon, arrives for the third day of the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference, July 13, 2017 in Sun Valley, Idaho. Every July, some of the world's most wealthy and powerful businesspeople from the media, finance, technology and political spheres converge at the Sun Valley Resort for the exclusive weeklong conference. 
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Evenly Distributed

Tech is helping house cleaners get benefits

by Jed Kim and Leila Goldstein Mar 26, 2019
The new platform Alia allows gig workers to earn paid time off and some types of insurance.
Olivia Mejia, a house cleaner in Brooklyn, logs into the Alia platform on her phone. She has taken out life insurance and accident insurance through the platform.
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In New York City, getting rid of joyless junk can be complicated and costly

by Leila Goldstein Feb 14, 2019
It's the urban underbelly of the Marie Kondo effect.
Manhattan’s Salvation Army on 46th Street has 20 trucks to pick up donations and two additional dump trucks to haul away unsalable items.
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Uncertainty over Amazon campus leaves Long Island City in limbo

by Marielle Segarra and Leila Goldstein Feb 11, 2019
Once Amazon announced its intention to move into Long Island City, many New Yorkers made decisions: moving, buying, selling, marketing their own services. Now the tech behemoth is showing some hesitation, and that’s making those people a bit jittery. Click…
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Museums move to a seven-day schedule as they compete for attention

by Leila Goldstein Jan 28, 2019
They have more than just industry trends to keep an eye on.
The Guggenheim is now open seven days a week year-round.
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Restaurants feel the pinch as shutdown drags on

by Leila Goldstein Jan 22, 2019
... but some owners reach out to help furloughed federal workers.
Restaurants, which often operate on single digit margins, are feeling a decrease in business due to the government shutdown.
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