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The U.S. Paid Billions To Get Enough COVID Vaccines Last Fall. What Went Wrong?
08/25/2021 6:30 PM
Immediately after the Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer's vaccine, the company delivered fewer doses than its government contract projected. Federal officials say they didn't know why.
Reversing A Planned Ban, OnlyFans Will Allow Pornography On Its Site After All
08/25/2021 3:26 PM
OnlyFans said just days ago that it would block sexually explicit material starting in October in response to concerns from banks and other financial services companies.
Delta Air Lines Is Going To Start Charging Unvaccinated Employees $200 Per Month
08/25/2021 3:07 PM
Delta will not mandate employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, but its CEO says the charge is necessary because the average hospital stay for the virus costs the airline $40,000.
Disney World Has An Agreement To Require Union Workers To Be Vaccinated
08/24/2021 10:11 PM
The deal requires workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 22 but they can apply for a medical or religious exemption. Disney cruises will soon require passengers 12 and up to get the shots.
Regulators Are Investigating Boeing's Safety Culture Amid Complaints By Its Engineers
08/24/2021 10:05 PM
The engineers, who are deputized to approve safety assessments for the Federal Aviation Administration, are raising concerns about their ability to work free of pressure from supervisors.
A Woman Who Coughed On Store Food, Claiming She Had Coronavirus, Gets A Jail Sentence
08/24/2021 9:26 PM
She gets at least a year in jail for going to a supermarket near Wilkes-Barre, Pa., in March 2020, and purposely coughing on fresh produce while yelling that everyone would get sick.
An Apple II Manual Sells At Auction For $787,484
08/23/2021 9:45 AM
The manual was signed and personally inscribed by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 1980. The auction house said the winning bidder was Jim Irsay, owner of the Indianapolis Colts.
These Older Workers Hadn't Planned To Retire So Soon. The Pandemic Sped Things Up
08/23/2021 9:07 AM
Millions more people than expected joined the ranks of the retired in the pandemic. While some did so joyfully, others were reluctant or had no choice.
It's Called The Bond Taper. Yes, It's Geeky. But This Is Why You Should Know About It
08/23/2021 9:00 AM
The Federal Reserve has provided massive support to markets through the pandemic. Now it faces a tricky decision: how to start removing some of that help without triggering a market sell-off.
The Federal Reserve Changes Strategy As The Economy Begins To Recover
08/22/2021 11:59 AM
To help prop up the U.S. economy during the pandemic, the Federal Reserve has bought more than $1 trillion worth of bonds. Now, the central bank is beginning to talk about ending that program.
Facebook's Most Viewed Article In Early 2021 Raised Doubt About COVID Vaccine
08/22/2021 3:58 AM
The social network acknowledged it had held back a report about the most viewed content on its platform in the first three months of 2021.
New York Irish Pub Owner Sells Millions Worth Of Soda Bread Scones
08/21/2021 12:39 PM
Scott Simon speaks with Mary O'Halloran of Mary O's, a New York Irish pub. She's seen extraordinary sales of soda bread scones after almost losing her business because of pandemic closures.
Finding Workers Is Harder Than Ever. The Economic Impact Could Be Significant
08/21/2021 11:40 AM
Employers hired more than 1.8 million workers in June and July. But millions of others are still on the sidelines. That's leading to longer wait times and forcing some businesses to turn down orders.
Are You Shopping For A Car This Year? We Want To Hear From You
08/20/2021 4:44 PM
Have you bought a car this year ? or tried to? Historically low levels of inventory are pushing prices up and frustrating some would-be buyers. Tell us about your experience and we may use your story.
Planet Money Investigates The Base Rate Fallacy As It Pertains To The Pandemic
08/20/2021 9:07 AM
With the constant stream of data about COVID-19, it can be hard to make sense of all the numbers. We look at the base rate fallacy, and how some people are making this mistake when assessing risk.





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