PBS Newshour - The Exchange
Economic news and analysis from the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer and the Online NewsHour. This is an archive of economic news coverage from September to October, 2011, and includes explainers, interviews, and updates that help make sense of the global economy.
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For this CEO, mindful management means yoga for employees
Why labor unions oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership
How does Baltimore’s economy recover after the riots?
How Barney Frank used government to fight inequality
Why it’s so hard to get off welfare
Surprised by your health care tax penalty? Here’s what you need to know
What do the numbers say about trouble for China’s economy?
IMF warns of long-term mediocre growth for the global economy
Why companies are racing for almost-instantaneous delivery
What does March’s job market slowdown mean for wage growth?
Do weaker U.S. jobs numbers suggest a downshifting economy?
Why some Cadbury-lovers are bitter that they can’t buy their favorite sweet
Inside the new federal pay day loan rules
Swings in currency market, stock prices cap Wall Street’s chaotic week
What’s splitting a new generation of haves and have-nots
Tech startups see gold in Baby Boomers’ golden years
Why good economic news spooked markets this week
Coding academies offer fast track to good jobs
How new rules could protect you from credit errors
Job gains continue, so why are wages stubbornly stagnant?