Chris Arnold NPR correspondent Chris Arnold is based in Boston. His reports are heard regularly on NPR's award-winning newsmagazines Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Weekend Edition.

Boeing Case Is Latest Targeting 401(k) Plans With Excessive Fees

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Investors' Biggest Enemy Could Be Their Natural Instincts

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Economists Divided Over Interest Rate Hike Amid Market Turmoil

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Eric Pennucci of Horizon Air Services, a Boston trucking firm, does not like the idea of 18-year-olds behind the wheel of tractor-trailers. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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To Get Big-Rig Drivers, Senate Bill Would Give Keys To Teens

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The Financial Times, A Newspaper Success Story, Is Sold For $1.3 Billion

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With Greece Facing Economic Abyss, What Will EU Leaders Do?

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Despite Uncertainty, Greeks Show Pride In Rejecting Bailout Plan

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Greeks stand outside of a local school in Athens that served as a voting station. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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After Rejecting Bailout Plan, Greece's Economic Future Is 'Invisible'

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In Crucial Referendum, Greeks Reject Bailout Proposal

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Pensioners holding their queue numbers try to enter a bank in Athens. The government ordered about 1,000 bank branches around the country to reopen Wednesday to help desperate pensioners without ATM cards cash up to $134 from their retirement checks. Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP hide caption

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Historic Vote May Determine Whether Greece Remains In The Eurozone

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Federal Reserve Delays Hike Of Low Interest Rates

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Pump jacks and wells work in an oil field on the Monterey Shale formation in California. Economist Michael Porter says that hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is a "game changer" for the U.S. economy. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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America's Next Economic Boom Could Be Lying Underground

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Economists Examine Why The Housing Industry Continues To Lag

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Oil pump jacks in Williston, N.D., in December. Oil prices have been on the rise, but some analysts say the global economic slowdown, fracking and the rise of alternative energy will mean less demand and lower prices. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Oil Prices Are Rising Again, But Will They Keep Going Up?

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As the Nasdaq closes above the record set 15 years ago, stock analysts are debating whether the market is approaching another bubble. Bryan Thomas/Getty Images hide caption

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15 Years After The Dot-Com Bust, A Nasdaq Record

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