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Millennials consume TV unlike any other generation, with plenty of implications for business. ("Old TV Set" image by Tomislav Medak via Flickr, CC BY 2.0)

Millennials and money: Television trends

As a business journalist, it is always important to follow the money. Right now, millennials are the top economic influencers with a spending power of $200 billion annually. Industries from

Millennials and money: Healthcare trends

With a purchasing power of over $200 billion annually, millennials are more than economic influencers: They drive trends based on their spending. The healthcare industry is no exception. Here are

How to Cover Money Podcast

Millennials and money with Rian Bosse

This week’s How to Cover Money podcast discussed reporting on millennials and money. Graduate assistant and student of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Rian Bosse, a

A guide to covering Millennials

Over the past few months, we’ve covered a lot of stories with a focus on Millennials, now the largest generation in the country. It’s ranged over a lot of topics, from

Digital trends to know

Keeping up with where the digital world is heading can be head-spinning. But last week, comScore — an internet analytics company — released a white paper on the current state

Keeping the young in Michigan: Part 2

On Friday, Politics and Money columnist Rick Haglund and Millennials and Money columnist Rian Bosse discussed Michigan’s attempt to keep young people from leaving the state after graduating from college. Today, they

Keeping young people in Michigan

Michigan is one of many states trying to keep millennials from leaving after they graduate from college. Reynolds Politics and Money columnist Rick Haglund covers politics in Michigan, where Millennials

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