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

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Sept. 29 2014 3:06 PMWant to Be Stinking Rich? Major in Economics.
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Sept. 26 2014 12:49 PMAmericans Have No Idea How Bad Inequality Really IsAnd if they did, they wouldn’t want European-style solutions.
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Sept. 24 2014 3:59 PMThere Aren’t Enough Marriageable Men in America
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Sept. 23 2014 1:29 PMObama Is Serious About Cracking Down on Tax Inversions. Here’s How You Can Tell.
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Sept. 22 2014 12:44 PMThe U.S. Is So, So Far Behind Europe on Clean Energy
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Sept. 19 2014 6:35 PMPabst Blue Ribbon Is Being Sold to the Russians, Was So Over Anyway
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Sept. 16 2014 12:43 PMMiddle-Class Incomes: Still Dead in the Water
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Sept. 15 2014 7:27 PMA No-Brainer Approach to Fighting Poverty: Better Birth Control
Slate Money
Sept. 15 2014 10:09 AMDoes Scottish Independence Make Economic Sense?Slate Money on Scotland’s referendum, a banking regulation’s impact on infrastructure, and how education affects earnings.
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Sept. 12 2014 10:47 AMIs It the Whiskey or the Oil?Why Scotland thinks it can survive as an independent country.
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Sept. 10 2014 4:11 PMThe Government Is Probably Driving Old People Into Poverty by Trying to Collect Their Student Loans
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Sept. 7 2014 8:00 PMThe Fast-Food Strikes Have Been a Stunning Success for Organized Labor
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Sept. 5 2014 9:33 AMThe Job Market’s Hot Streak Just Snapped
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Sept. 3 2014 7:06 PMThe Number of Hungry Americans Has Barely Fallen Since the Recession
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Sept. 3 2014 1:58 PMWhy Did CVS Stop Selling Cigarettes? It Wants to Be Taken Seriously as a Health Care Company.
Slate Money
Sept. 28 2014 12:06 PMThe “F--k It, I Quit” EpisodeSlate Money with Marketplace's Kai Ryssdal on the fall of the “bond king,” Yahoo's negative stock value, and what happens when you know your co-workers' salaries.
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Sept. 25 2014 6:35 PMHow the Rich Conquered the Economy, in One Chart
Building a Better Workplace
Sept. 24 2014 1:49 PMComing Out at WorkWhat happens when companies stop keeping salaries secret?
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Sept. 22 2014 5:38 PMApple Won’t Shut Down Beats Music After All (but Will Probably Rename It)
Slate Money
Sept. 20 2014 7:12 AMThe Froth Is Nonlinear: The Chinese Economy and Share RepurchasingSlate Money on the gender pay gap, whether China is the new Japan, and the reason so many companies are buying back their own stock.
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Sept. 18 2014 2:18 PMThe NFL Is Not a NonprofitSo why does it get to act like one?
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Sept. 16 2014 12:22 PMPoverty Rate Falls for First Time Since 2006, Remains Way Too High
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Sept. 15 2014 12:12 PMAfter This Merger, One Company Could Control One-Third of the Planet's Beer Sales
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Sept. 12 2014 5:54 PMOlive Garden Has Been Committing a Culinary Crime Against Humanity
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Sept. 11 2014 10:01 AMA Depressing Percentage of Americans Work Nights and Weekends
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Sept. 8 2014 11:00 AMWhen College Grads Earn Like High School Grads
Slate Money
Sept. 6 2014 7:19 AMSlate Money Talks Dollars and SenseListen to Slate’s show on former congressmen working for Wall Street, dollar-store mergers, and premium bonds.
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Sept. 4 2014 12:53 PMAmerica May Have the Worst Hunger Problem of Any Rich Nation
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Sept. 3 2014 4:32 PMWhere Whole Foods Counts as a Cheap Grocery Store
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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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Sept. 30 2014 11:25 AM Naomi Klein Is Wrong Multinational corporations are doing more than governments to halt climate change.
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