Sonari Glinton Sonari Glinton is a NPR Business Desk reporter based at our NPR West bureau.
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Drought Dries Up Crops, But Not Airline Schedules

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Hackers used loopholes in the security at Amazon and Apple to obtain personal information about a Wired writer, who says his entire digital life was "destroyed." Experts say to ward off hackers, pick good passwords and get rid of unused accounts. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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For years, car insurance companies have set rates based on where a driver lives. But new in-car tracking devices may soon transform how drivers are charged for insurance. Mark Wilson/Gettty Images hide caption

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Adjustments Behind The Numbers Shape Job News

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Fresh From War, Vets Fill Unemployment Lines

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Lincoln's staking its future on this car. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Can Lincoln Be Cool Again?

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Wis. Recall Results Strike A Blow To Labor

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