Economy

Ideas for Reporters: Women and the Economy

Watch this video to learn interesting facts about women’s influence on the economy and get resources for

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3 Ways to Use Census Statistics for Business-Related Earth Day Features

April 22, 2016, is Earth Day, and the census has plenty of data you can use

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3 Tips For Reporting on the Minimum Wage Debate

On Monday, the governors of California and New York each signed legislation that will gradually boost

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Parsing the U.S. Primary Elections and the Candidates’ Positions on Free Trade

With Super Tuesday now over, both parties are a little closer to selecting their presidential candidates, though

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A Reporter’s Primer to Covering Commodities

Products like wheat, coffee, cocoa, cotton, milk, sugar, orange juice, live cattle and even pork bellies

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Reporting on the Pay Gap

Following a proposal from President Obama in January, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission could start collecting

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Retail And Money: Covering The Black Friday Backlash

Recreational Equipment Inc. members got a surprising email this week. The outdoor outfitters collective, known as

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Beyond The Fiscal Data: Covering Economic Anxiety

Marketplace, the public radio program, discovered something alarming in the nation’s economic data. All the numbers

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Data Resources For Business Journalists

Data isn’t just for investigative reporters. Numbers are the basis for any business story. Where to

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Politics And Money: Will The Fed Raise Interest Rates This Week?

Federal Reserve watchers have waited all year for the central bank to raise interest rates. No

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