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Jan 22, 2020

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The Big Book

Who benefited from America's housing bust?

by Amy Scott and Maria Hollenhorst Nov 15, 2019
Millions of Americans lost their homes during the foreclosure crisis. Investigative reporter Aaron Glantz wanted to know who got them.
A foreclosed townhouse in Centreville, Virginia, in 2009.
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Fall of the Berlin Wall

How Reno, Nevada, turned its economy into a small powerhouse

by David Brancaccio, Rose Conlon, Daniel Shin, and Erika Soderstrom Nov 8, 2019
Mayor Hillary Schieve said playing on the region's strengths and diversifying its economy helped revive the struggling, post-recession city.
A neon sign welcomes people to Reno, Nevada.
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Workplace Culture

Worker productivity declined for first time in four years

by Meghan McCarty Carino Nov 6, 2019
No, it's not because of social media or politics.
One economist said we're stuck in the slow lane when it comes to productivity.
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The budget deficit last topped $1 trillion in 2012, a very different time

by Scott Tong Sep 13, 2019
Back then, the economy was struggling its way out of recession. Now? Not so much.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced Thursday the government deficit has topped $1 trillion for the first time in seven years. Above, the Treasury Department building in Washington, D.C.
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Anxiety Index®

Younger workers are pushing for greater work-life balance

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jun 3, 2019
They're bringing self-care to work and pushing for more flexibility to have a life.

"Green shoots": the sign of economic improvement

by Janet Nguyen Apr 23, 2019
Economists and analysts have used the term "green shoots" to describe signs of a economic recovery after a downturn.
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Fertility and the economy

How immigration could help a shrinking American labor force

by , and Jan 29, 2019
Young, productive workers "are the new scarce resource," one expert says.
Immigrants stand for the national anthem before becoming American citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in New York City in 2013.
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Fertility and the economy

Why declining birth rates are a phenomenon in developing countries

by , and Jan 25, 2019
As part of our mini-series on fertility, we talk to a demographer about why fertility rates are declining in developing countries.
As part of our mini-series on fertility, we talk to a demographer about why fertility rates are declining in developing countries. 
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Divided Decade

Divided Decade: Financial crisis yields lasting pain and new possibilities

by Tommy Andres and Hayley Hershman Dec 21, 2018
We gathered your stories for a year. Here's what we learned.
Latrice Collins, one of more than 500 participants in our How We Changed series.
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Divided Decade

Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed banking

by Tommy Andres Dec 21, 2018
Bigger, stronger banks … and threats.
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