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My Economy

My Economy: Health care uncertainty means business uncertainty

by Robert Garrova Jun 26, 2017
One woman is holding off on growing her small business, even though the demand is there.
Violins in a workshop. 
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Why Americans should be taking more vacations

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Jun 20, 2017
'There's a lot of work to be done' in office culture to make it OK to take time off, the Travel and Leisure editor tells us.
“The No. 1 reason actually why people don't take vacation days is that they're worried about the mountain of work that they're going to come back to,” says Nathan Lump, Travel and Leisure's editor-in-chief.
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The Big Promise

How do you do business without high-speed internet?

by Caitlin Esch Jun 20, 2017
In rural Erie County, 38 percent of people don’t have access to high-speed internet.
Taxidermist Paul Czarnecki and his wife, real estate agent Christie Mahany. 
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The Big Book

Why you should listen to Leonard Cohen music when you eat toffee

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Jun 20, 2017
Restaurants and food companies can change the way you think their food tastes, and it has nothing to do with the recipe.
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Brought to You By

How summer festivals boost town economies and foster community pride

by Molly Wood and Maria Hollenhorst Jun 16, 2017
Festivals generate revenue for local businesses, but they help build a sense of community as well
Crowds gather at a film festival in Telluride, Colorado.
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The Big Book

You can stop saying 'iconic' now

by Bridget Bodnar Jun 15, 2017
Humorist and language fussbudget Jenny Allen wants to squash these overused words and phrases.
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Want a 212 area code? It's gonna cost you.

by Marielle Segarra Jun 12, 2017
As New York City adds a new number, the after-market 212 is thriving.
 (L to R) Sameer Uddin and Michelle Macias use their smartphones outside of the Nintendo store in New York City. 
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Graduating into the Economy

Everlane is a millennial fever dream and it's making a killing

by Hayley Hershman and Eliza Mills Jun 9, 2017
Its Instagram posts are the stereotypical depiction of the millennial lifestyle.
Everlane's San Francisco headquarter is based in the downtown Mission District.
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Graduating into the Economy

Ask Polly to graduates: 'Don't pretend you're fearless'

by Hayley Hershman Jun 9, 2017
New York Magazine advice columnist Heather Havrilesky gives the Marketplace commencement speech.
Havrilesky writes for New York Magazine's advice column "Ask Polly."
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The Marketplace Quiz

"Freaks and Geeks'" Linda Cardellini takes the Marketplace Quiz

by Hayley Hershman Jun 5, 2017
And offers up some advice for college grads.
Linda Cardellini stars in the latest season of Netflix's "Bloodline."
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