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Chico Harlan



Typically, students are ordered into a passive position: butt sticking out, hands on the desk or wall.

  • Oct 19, 2015

Many who navigate traumas at home and dysfunction at school still face bleak job prospects after graduation.

  • Oct 17, 2015

If all goes well, travelers won’t notice even a hitch in service on American. History suggests it won’t be easy to pull that off.

  • Sep 25, 2015

What it means to be extremely poor in a rich country.

  • Sep 11, 2015

Friday’s jobs report provided a muddled picture of economic momentum as the Federal Reserve meets to consider its first interest rate hike in nearly a decade.

  • Sep 4, 2015

Companies — and the entire world — have been caught unprepared by the drop in Chinese demand.

  • Aug 29, 2015

Latest read suggests that the economy is getting a significant boost from consumer and business spending, even as concerns about global volatility grow.

  • Aug 27, 2015

The basic reasons behind China’s “Black Monday.“

  • Aug 24, 2015

A new read of economic growth.

  • Jul 30, 2015

The trend could last longer than initially expected, analysts say.

  • Jul 23, 2015
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Chico Harlan covers personal economics as part of The Post's financial team. He was most recently The Post’s East Asia bureau chief, covering the natural and nuclear disasters in Japan and a leadership change in North Korea. In a previous position at the Post, Harlan covered the Washington Nationals during two-year period where they where the league’s worst team, without interruption. He’s also worked at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and The Daily Telegraph, in Sydney. He’s a graduate of Syracuse University.
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