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What Type of Consumer are You?

Based on where you live, how much money you make, and where you shop, you may be classified into one of these categories by one of the country's largest data brokers.

Guess Who's Making Money? NPR

NPR expects to make a profit this year, a surprising state of affairs for a nonprofit. But with the national debate raging about whether the federal government should stop funding public broadcasting, could NPR find itself a victim of its own success?

More NPR Journalists Under Fire for Fox News Appearances

After NPR's Juan Williams' made comments about Muslims on Fox News that cost him his job with the public broadcaster, some critics argue that appearances by Mara Liasson, another NPR journalist, on Fox violate NPR's ethics guidelines.

GM's Fate Now Rests on
Daniel Akerson's Shoulders

Akerson will need to convince shareholders that GM, which is only a year out of bankruptcy and has posted just two profitable quarters, is a worthy investment. He'll also have to make sure the carmaker's dramatic turnaround is built to last.

AP Reporter No Longer Has Haiti Beat to Himself

Jonathan Katz, who had the Haiti beat largely to himself thanks to newsroom cutbacks in international coverage, is no longer alone. Media's biggest names including Diane Sawyer and Anderson Cooper have landed since the earthquake. Katz's house here is in ruins, but he mourns for the rest of the island.

NPR's Planet Money grows up

The recession has been bad to NPR, as it has been to most media outlets. But it has been remarkably good to one small piece of the public radio...

Media World: PBS, NPR face tough times

During a recent pledge drive, Terry Gross, host of NPR's Fresh Air, urged listeners who couldn't afford to donate to Philadelphia's NPR affiliate to...

Why NPR cutbacks hurt all of us

When National Public Radio cuts staff, as it did Wednesday in announcing that it is cutting 7% of its work force, it's bad for everyone. Or at least...