The Complete Money Report

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For four weeks in March and early April, the Atlantic Business Channel produced its first Money Report, a once-a-day glimpse into the past, present and future of capital, and currency, and coins.

Here are the 21 original Money Report pieces that comprised the full report.

A Brief History of Money, by Derek Thompson

10 Quick Pickups for Your Personal Finances, by Megan McArdle

The World's Most Expensive House, Wine, ... and Tooth, by Derek Thompson

Are You Saving Enough for Retirement?, by Daniel Indiviglio

The World's Next Great Bust: China and Commodities, by Derek Thompson

The Case for Happiness-Based Economics, by Kentaro Toyama

Should You Give Money to Homeless People?, by Derek Thompson

What Is the Secret to Happiness and Money?, by Derek Thompson

The Amazing History of the Most Notorious U.S. Coin, by Derek Thompson

The Future of the American Home, by Daniel Indiviglio

How We Spend Money -- in China, India, Russia, Brazil and the U.S., by Derek Thompson

5 Tips for Getting the Most From Your 401(k), by Daniel Indiviglio

Man vs. Machine on Wall Street: How Computers Beat the Market, by William Cohan

What $1 Looks Like in 15 Currencies, by Derek Thompson

Infographic: How China Manipulates Its Currency, by Derek Thompson

America's Fastest Dying Business? It's Mobile Homes, by Derek Thompson

How to Start Your Own Private Currency, by Derek Thompson

The Art of Bubbles: How Sotheby's Predicts the World Economy, by Derek Thompson

A Day in the Life of the American Man's Wallet, by Derek Thompson

A Day in the Life of the American Woman's Wallet, by Derek Thompson

The Destruction of Money, by Daniel Indiviglio



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Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he writes about economics, labor markets, and the entertainment business.

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