Annie Lowrey
Annie Lowrey

Annie Lowrey is a contributing editor for New York magazine. She can be reached at annie.lowrey@gmail.com.

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April 30 2011 7:09 AMThis Waiter Doesn't Need a TipHow restaurants will use tablet computers to replace servers.
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April 19 2011 2:36 PMHeading for a McRecovery?McDonald's plan to hire 50,000 people in one day and what it says about America's economic prospects.
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April 15 2011 5:10 PMCan I Get a Receipt for That?An idealistic—and probably hopeless—plan to educate Americans about the budget by sending them itemized "tax receipts."
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April 16 2011 6:42 AMThe Do-Nothing PlanHow Congress can balance the budget in eight years by literally doing nothing. This is not a joke.
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April 7 2011 6:37 PMModel MisbehaviorWhy Paul Ryan's budget numbers don't add up.
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April 4 2011 7:03 PMHealthy CompetitionCan the U.S. health care system be improved with a $3 million prize?
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March 30 2011 5:56 PMIn Lieu of Gifts, Please Click HereThe new online wedding registries are becoming very popular.
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March 25 2011 6:23 PMContent YawnWhat content farms tell us about what we're interested in.
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March 21 2011 7:15 PMHold the PhoneWhy the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile is a bad idea.
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March 17 2011 7:54 PMMake Them PayVisa's new person-to-person payment system sounds great for consumers, but banks may not like it.
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March 14 2011 5:27 PMJapan Doesn't Need Your MoneyWhy donations for disaster relief in Japan may not be the best way to help recovery efforts there.
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March 10 2011 6:09 PMOur Fees, but Not Our Fault Big banks want you to know: If they have to raise your fees, blame those bureaucrats in Washington.
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March 8 2011 10:17 AMFreaks, Geeks, and GDPWhy hasn't the Internet helped the American economy grow as much as economists thought it would?
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March 3 2011 4:25 PMTickets To HideBands that scalp their own tickets and other true tales from the world of live music.
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Feb. 24 2011 6:06 PMStimulus SpendingHarry Reid says prostitution is bad for Nevada's economy. Is he right?
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April 21 2011 6:00 PMThe Great Global Freakout of 2011Imagining the worst-case scenario if the United States even comes close to defaulting on its debt.
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April 18 2011 3:09 PMS&P to USA: Get Serious What does it mean for S&P to have a "negative outlook" on America's credit rating?
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April 13 2011 4:13 PMDo Computers Cost Too Little? The surprisingly complicated economic debate about how much, exactly, our technology is worth to us.
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April 8 2011 3:37 PMThe Shutdown EconomyIf the government shuts down, can I still get a home loan? And other possible ways the shutdown could affect the economy.
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April 6 2011 6:35 PMTaxing Our PatiencePaul Ryan's budget plan shows why we need to raise taxes, not cut them. 
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April 1 2011 3:38 PMFinal ArgumentsWas TARP a success or failure? It depends on who you think it was supposed to help.
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March 28 2011 6:58 PMMore Profits, Fewer JobsWhy record corporate profits aren't necessarily good for the economy.
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March 24 2011 5:57 PMBlack FridayDid Rebecca Black really make $1 million from "Friday"?
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March 18 2011 4:49 PMLaw of AveragesWhy the law-school bubble is bursting.
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March 15 2011 5:31 PMWikiLameHackers just released a bunch of e-mails purporting to show fraud at Bank of America. But who needs them?
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March 11 2011 5:23 PMEconomic Devastation?What the earthquake and tsunami might mean for Japan's economy.
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March 9 2011 4:29 PMWhere Is My Flying Car?Maybe, just a year away.
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March 4 2011 1:49 PMThe Sunny, Cloudy, Warm, Freezing Jobs NewsThe latest jobs report is good news, even if the overall jobs environment is still pretty bad.
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Feb. 28 2011 6:19 PMWorking on the RailroadWarren Buffett's big bet for the 21st century: trains.
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Feb. 22 2011 6:20 PMWorking for the ShutdownWhat will happen if the federal government stops funding itself and has to close its doors?

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