April 12, 2018

All About Money

On this week’s “All About Money” show, our reporters explore the wild world of Bay Area finance. Sara Harrison explores how the once-thriving local denim industry is hanging by a thread. Laura Newberry visits fancy chicken coops of the Silicon Valley Elite. Nikka Singh talks to four people still paying off student loans, to understand the impact debt has had on their lives. And our host, Nuria Marquez Martinez, sits down with a personal finance expert and Haas professor to talk about how young people can better manage their money.

CREDITS:

PRODUCER: Muna Danish
ASSISTANT PRODUCER: Susie Neilson
ANCHORS: Kaitlin Benz, Nuria Marquez Martinez
REPORTERS: Sara Harrison, Sybil Patten, Laura Newberry, Nikka Singh, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Francesca Fenzi
ENGINEER: Cat Schuknecht
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Ben Manilla
MUSIC: "Juicy - Instrumental" by Notorious B.I.G., "C.R.E.A.M. Instrumental" by Wu Tang Clan, "Money Trees - Instrumental" by Kendrick Lamar
PHOTOS: Laura Newberry, Sara Harrison, Sybil Patten, Nikka Singh, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Francesca Fenzi



INDIVIDUAL STORIES FROM SHOW

Answers to Your Money Questions

North Gate Radio host Nuria Marquez Martinez sits down with Fred Selinger, personal finance expert and professor at the Haas School of business, to talk about how young people can better manage their money.

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Living with Student Debt

“I feel like I did everything right in college again, you know I got Pell Grants, I got merit scholarships, I worked my entire way through college, and still somehow wound up with all this debt.”

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Road Trip

East Coast-born reporter Sybil Patten drove from Berkeley to Portland Oregon along the coast. With microphone in hand, she went looking for a story.

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Denim in SF Hangs on by a Thread

The Trump administration is threatening to raise tariffs on foreign products and many countries are fighting back. The EU and China announced that in response, they will raise their own tariffs on iconic American brands like Harley Davidson, Kentucky bourbon, and Levi’s Jeans. An American invention, jeans have been a…

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Trading clicks for clucks in the Silicon Valley

Backyard chicken keeping has taken off in the Bay Area as residents seek ways to disconnect from technology. Most people spend a grand or less on their birds and coops, but a wealthier subset of chicken owners have gotten really into it — in some cases sinking $20,000 or more…

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