Greg Rosalsky

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The pandemic destroyed jobs that require people to be face to face. But vaccines bring hope of recovery. And history offers encouragement. Here's Greg Rosalsky from our Planet Money podcast.

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The Backcountry Boom

Dec 15, 2020

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LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:

OK. You may be surprised to hear there's currently a startup boom in the United States. Despite the pandemic - or maybe because of it - new businesses are starting at record rates. Here's Greg Rosalsky of NPR's Planet Money.

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America may be seeing high unemployment and mounting bankruptcies, but the housing market is booming. And there's a new kind of boomtown, actually - Zoom towns. Greg Rosalsky of NPR's Planet Money has the story.

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MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Nationwide, governments have ordered many bars, gyms and restaurants closed for months now, but the markets for those things have not just gone away. So Greg Rosalsky from our Planet Money podcast went underground.

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SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST:

The U.S. has a coin shortage. And as Planet Money's Greg Rosalsky reports, the shortage could be new fodder for an old movement - the campaign to kill the penny.

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