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How we make and spend money, and how economics influences the world around us.

Dumb Money and what actually happened with GameStop, explained

The prices hospitals post online can be wildly different than what they tell patients over the phone

Twitter’s CEO had a wild, combative appearance at the Code conference

The Hollywood writers’ strike is over — and they won big

Inside the very strange, very expensive race to “de-age”

Will the economy finally un-weird itself?

Everything you need to know to feel smart about the UAW strike

Why is Rupert Murdoch leaving his empire now?

We cut child poverty to historic lows, then let it rebound faster than ever before

What’s the state of the Hollywood strikes?

Has Apple Pay made it too easy to spend money?

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The mind-boggling scale of Disney World

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Florida’s favorite grocery store seeks to be uncomplicated in a complicated world

Trump, on Meet the Press, shows he still has no policy plans

What happened to the family doctor?

Why so many people are paying to get their paychecks

What a summer of hellish flights taught us about flying now

Offered a bonus at work? Ask for a raise instead

Will I just keep spending more and more money forever?

The US economy still seems to be avoiding a recession

Trump could soon be in big legal trouble for inflating his net worth

The conservative boycott playbook is kind of working

China’s economy is slowing down. What gives?

What a UAW strike could mean for labor

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This summer is giving us a glimpse at the dangerous future of work

Even Elon Musk can’t fully wreck Twitter’s one great superpower

How to take advantage of Biden’s new student loan relief plan

Nobody wins in the Hollywood strikes, including billion-dollar studios

“Going shopping” is dead

It’s not just famous actors and big-name writers the Hollywood strikes are hurting

Mortgage rates are at a 21-year high. Here’s what that means for you.

Biden’s historic climate law has a problem

When it comes to the economy, everything’s great and no one’s happy

How are you supposed to start investing?

You don’t need to be rich to work with a financial planner

Disney used to hate gambling. Now it’s doing a $2 billion sports betting deal.

Why thousands of LA service workers are on strike

What a trucking company bankruptcy tells us about labor tensions in America

The White House should admit that student debt forgiveness isn’t happening

How to get back money you didn’t even know you were owed

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