The Sounders FC soccer team played their first Major League Soccer game five years ago Wednesday. In that time, the team’s fans have broken attendance records over and over.
But has the team’s financial success trickled down into the community? It depends on who you ask.
David Hyde talks with Zachary Karabell, head of Global Strategy at the financial services firm Envestnet, about why we shouldn't use the unemployment rate to inform public policy.
Karabell is also the author "The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World."
Imagine using online banking – without the bank.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that was created five years ago. It runs entirely on the sways of the free market: no government or banking institution is backing it.
Ross Reynolds talks with Howard Wright, co-chair of Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's Income Inequality Advisory Committee, about the status of its proposal to the mayor.
Ross Reynolds talks with professional hacker and author Joshua Klein about why who you know is more valuable than what you have.
Ross Reynolds talks to Washington Post Economics columnist Neil Irwin about what the The Federal Reserve System is and what exactly the chair of the Fed does.