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Jordan Weissmann is Slate's senior business and economics correspondent.

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Sept. 2 2014 5:50 PMIs Living in an Expensive City a “Consumption Choice,” Just Like Buying a Fancy Car?
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Aug. 29 2014 5:11 PMSo You’re Rich for an American. Does That Make You Rich for New York?
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Aug. 28 2014 12:17 PMForget the Rent: Why New York and San Francisco Are Actually Amazing Bargains
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Aug. 27 2014 12:02 PMHow Many Americans Live on Less Than $2 Per Day?
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Aug. 26 2014 1:55 PMBurger King Says It’s Not Trying to Dodge Taxes by Moving to Canada. Is It Telling the Truth?
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Aug. 25 2014 12:54 PMBurger King Wants to Buy Tim Hortons, Move to Canada, and Stop Paying U.S. Corporate Taxes
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Aug. 22 2014 12:13 PMThe Government Weighs In on the Great Monkey-Selfie Controversy of 2014
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Aug. 21 2014 1:17 PMBank of America Settles for $17 Billion—and It Still Feels Like Wall Street Got Away With Murder
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Aug. 19 2014 6:08 PMThe NFL Wants Musicians to Pay for the Honor of Playing the Super Bowl
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Aug. 19 2014 9:51 AMSteve Ballmer Turns It Up to 11 for Clippers Fans (Video)
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Aug. 18 2014 3:00 PMHow Ferguson Highlights the Dangers of For-Profit Policing
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Aug. 16 2014 7:36 AMSlate Money: The Payday EditionSlate Money on payday loans, BuzzFeed’s latest valuation, and the value of data scientists.
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Aug. 15 2014 9:17 AMThis For-Profit College Wants to Compete With the Ivies. And It’s a Brilliant Business Idea.
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Aug. 13 2014 2:47 PMStates Are Turning Down an Insane Amount of Free Money by Refusing to Expand Medicaid (Map)
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Aug. 12 2014 4:49 PMNo, Having Student Debt Does Not “Crush” Your Ability to Own a Home
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Aug. 30 2014 7:30 AMHouse of Cards: Magic and ProbabilitySlate Money on card tricks, tech valuations, and investing in professional athletes.
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Aug. 29 2014 2:00 PMWho Gets to Be “Rich”?And why do most people seem to think they are “middle class”?
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Aug. 27 2014 4:38 PMThe U.S. Sells Green Cards, and It Should Charge More for Them
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Aug. 27 2014 11:14 AMZara Is Sorry for Selling a Shirt That Looked Like a Nazi Concentration Camp Uniform
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Aug. 25 2014 7:22 PMEverybody Relax: An MIT Economist Explains Why Robots Won’t Steal Our Jobs
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Aug. 23 2014 7:15 AMThe Ethics of Buying StocksSlate Money on tech deals minus the bankers, Amazon’s new payment system, and answers to listener questions.
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Aug. 21 2014 3:58 PMOne Group of Law School Applicants That’s Growing: High-Scoring Kids
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Aug. 20 2014 1:22 PMContraception Is Saving the U.S. Billions of Dollars on Teen Pregnancy
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Aug. 19 2014 4:10 PMIn Australia, Businesses Get to VoteBut they’re not required to vote. Sydney conservatives want to change that.
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Aug. 18 2014 6:36 PMIt Now Costs $245,000 to Raise a Child, Before College
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Aug. 18 2014 12:48 PMIs Global Income Inequality Really Falling?The available data doesn’t account for the “missing rich.”
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Aug. 15 2014 12:01 PMTo Appear Less Heartless, SeaWorld Is Building Bigger Bathtubs for Its Killer Whales
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Aug. 14 2014 3:15 PMFerguson Is Mostly Black. Why Is Its Government So White?
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Aug. 13 2014 1:10 PMPeople Are Learning More About SeaWorld’s Practices. That’s Why Its Stock Is Crashing.
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Aug. 12 2014 11:25 AMAfter Deadly Crash, Will Corporate Sponsors Abandon NASCAR Star Tony Stewart?

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