Alex Goldmark

Supervising Producer, Planet Money

Alex Goldmark is the supervising producer of Planet Money. Before Planet Money, his reporting appeared on NPR news programs, Radiolab, On The Media, APM's Marketplace and in magazines such as GOOD and Fast Company. As a senior producer at WNYC–New York Public Radio, he piloted new programming and helped grow young shows to the point where they now have their own coffee mug pledge gifts, including Note To Self, The Takeaway, and the multi-station reporting project Transportation Nation. He was also the executive producer of two shows at Air America Radio, a very short term consultant for the World Bank, lives next to the Brooklyn Bridge, and owns an orange velvet couch.

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Trading Bot BOTUS Will Buy And Sell Stock Based On Trump's Tweets

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Using 'Sentiment Analysis' To Understand Trump's Tweets

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As Computer Programs Choose To Buy Or Sell, Wall Street Looks To Data

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Episode 763: BOTUS

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Donald Trump Expected To Have A Hard Time Draining The Swamp

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It's pretty easy to buy a tank of gasoline. It's not so easy to buy a tanker of crude oil — actual, physical oil. But getting into the oil business seemed like the best way to see how it really works. Jess Jiang/NPR hide caption

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Lariat Alhassan had lots of great paint to sell but no office where she could meet clients. And then she heard an ad on the radio that seemed too good to be true. Courtesy of Lariat Alhassan hide caption

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Her Paint Business Was Failing. Would A $65K Gift Save The Day?

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Money Transfer Companies Fight Back Against IRS Scammers

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National Contest Spurs Economic Growth In Nigeria

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So You've Got A New Chip Credit Card, But Why Won't Stores Accept It?

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