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Divided Decade

What did America buy with the auto bailout, and was it worth it?

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 13, 2018
About $80 billion helped save GM and Chrysler, but autoworkers and auto-dependent communities haven't fully recovered.
From left, G. Richard Wagoner Jr., CEO of General Motors; Robert Nardelli, CEO of Chrysler; and Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford, testify at a hearing on the U.S. auto industry on Capitol Hill on Dec. 5, 2008. GM and Chrysler were bailed out with TARP funds; Ford  received other federal assistance.
Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images
Divided Decade

How auto industry towns are faring a decade after the bailout

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 13, 2018
We take a look at four cities whose fates are linked to Chrysler and GM.
 Workers build a Jeep Compass at the Fiat Chrysler assembly plant in Belvidere, Illinois, in 2012.
Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images
Divided Decade

How a piece of software helped fuel the 2008 financial crash

by Molly Wood Sep 17, 2018
The seeds of the Great Recession included a lot of greed, fraud ... and some technology.
Michael Osinski developed software that turned mortgages into securities for Wall Street banks. He retired years before the 2008 crash and now farms oysters on Long Island.
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Divided Decade

Once "too small to thrive," now some banks are "too big to fail"

by Sabri Ben-Achour Sep 11, 2018
There was a time when most banks were small. They liked it that way. Today, just six banks manage more than half the assets in the entire U.S. banking industry.
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Divided Decade

Lessons from the financial crisis: risks, regrets, and learning to say "this is enough"

by Stephanie Hughes Aug 1, 2018
Chef and entrepreneur Peter Hoffman says there are risks he didn't take, "but there’s also the work towards coming to accept that — this is enough."
A view of chef Peter Hoffman outside his former restaurant Savoy.
Courtesy Peter Hoffman
Divided Decade

One legacy of the housing crisis: risky rent-to-own deals

by Amy Scott Jul 2, 2018
The contracts often saddle would-be homeowners with expensive taxes and repairs.
The house Maureen Seymour has been trying to buy could be condemned by the city and demolished, along with her $25,000 investment.
Amy Scott/Marketplace
Divided Decade

How the financial crisis changed the way we think about home

by Reema Khrais Jun 29, 2018
Designers, architects and the president of IKEA U.S. weigh in.
Home stager Meridith Baer says after the recession, people looked for clean, simple home design.
Courtesy of Meridith Baer Home

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Divided Decade

Who controls the data that fuels real estate deals?

by Kimberly Adams Jun 5, 2018
A decade ago, the government told the real estate industry to start sharing its data. What has that meant for competition?
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Divided Decade

The best advice for college students unlucky enough to graduate into a recession: Be flexible

by Scott Tong May 24, 2018
While studies suggest recession graduates tend to fall behind their nonrecession peers in terms of salary and don’t catch up for 10 to 20 years, there are ways to catch up more quickly and make up the gap.
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Divided Decade

How good is it for the class of 2018?

by Mitchell Hartman May 23, 2018
This year's college graduates enter one of the best job markets since the Great Recession.
Saul Rivera has just graduated from the University of Texas-Austin with a degree in astronomy. He's been applying for entry-level jobs at planetariums, museums and observatories around the country.
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