Mar 14, 2014 — Why millions of Americans still haggle with car dealers in person, one brand at a time.
Mar 12, 2014 — There's an obscure law that governs just about anything that travels by ship in the US - bananas, hairdryers, gasoline, even people.
Mar 7, 2014 — A grandmother's gas bill can explain a lot about the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.
Mar 5, 2014 — If you asked someone on the street 100 years ago, "How's the economy doing?" They wouldn't have had any idea what you were talking about.
Feb 28, 2014 — In today's episode, we'll take you to a place where dying has become acceptable dinner conversation. A place that also happens to have the lowest healthcare spending of any region in the country.
Feb 26, 2014 — Duke says it costs $90,000 a year to provide an undergraduate education. The school opens its books and tells us where all that money is going.
Feb 21, 2014 — The financial crisis left Wall Street with an image problem. Yet recruits continue to sign up. What's driving today's young bankers and how is that changing?
Feb 19, 2014 — Annoyed? Preoccupied? Great, now donate an organ. How Michigan may have solved a supply problem with one question.
Feb 14, 2014 — It's cheap to fly on Spirit Airlines, but you have to pay extra for perks. And by perks, we mean a bottle of water or space in the overhead bin.
Feb 12, 2014 — LeBron James is the most underpaid professional athlete in the world today. On today's show, we explain why that might actually be good for him.