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Small towns, inundated with remote workers during the pandemic, have come to be known as "Zoom towns." Also on today's show: Why inflation numbers are gonna be wonky for awhile, and what happened to America's public toilets.
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This explosion didn’t happen just because everyone was stuck at home. It started before the pandemic.
A report estimates that 1 in 5 homes sold in the U.S. goes to an institution like a pension or sovereign wealth fund.
PPP loans have produced great results, says Seattle banker Laurie Stewart. She's optimistic about demand rising without inflation.
Uber just had its best month ever. "We're seeing ride demand track closely with vaccination rates," Lyft's president told us.
Truckee's newcomers boost the local economy, but long-term residents see rising prices and a culture clash.