Emily Peck, Slate

Emily Peck


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

On a Scale of 1 to Terminator, How Worried Should We Be About Microsoft’s Chatbot?

The cracks in A.I. safety are starting to show—but we’re still talking more phishing scam than killer robot. → Read More

Why poverty rates are likely to rise this year

SNAP benefits are one of the last big aid bumps to expire. → Read More

Supreme Court will consider constitutionality of CFPB

This case may be the most serious challenge yet to the decade-plus-old agency. → Read More

Can the U.S. Bring Chip Manufacturing Home?

How the U.S. is trying to end its reliance on foreign-made semiconductor chips. → Read More

Homeowners lost more than a trillion dollars in equity

It's a part of the housing market's return to normalcy. → Read More

Remote work may have fueled a baby boom among U.S. women

A new study suggests that workplace flexibility might be one solution to the long-term issue of falling birth rates. → Read More

Why homes sales are cratering in one chart

Prices for houses are bananas compared to where they were just a couple of years ago. → Read More

Companies are dropping vaccine mandates

We've moved into a new chapter of the pandemic. → Read More

Why more women are self-employed now

The likely explanation is not simply an explosion of entrepreneurship, but also a reaction to the childcare worker shortage. → Read More

Who student debt relief helps (and it's not who you think)

Student loan debtors who stand to benefit most from a relief plan aren't exactly the latte sipping elite. → Read More

One of the Biggest Obstacles to Monkeypox Vaccine Access Is Mostly Overlooked

Right now, the world’s only supplier for monkeypox vaccine is a tiny company in Denmark. → Read More

GOP takes a fresh look at paid family leave

Without a federal right to abortion, some Republicans eye aid for new paren. → Read More

CEO recruiters increasingly prize soft skills

These include a high level of self-awareness, and the ability to listen and communicate. → Read More

Jack Welch's questionable legacy

Welch retired from GE in 2001 and died in 2020, but his style of leadership lives on. → Read More

Overturning Roe could reverse economic gains

An end to Roe could set back the economy. → Read More

Young women earn more than men in 16 U.S. cities

Women's edge in pay isn't likely to last as they get older → Read More

Ignoring abortion access is getting harder for companies

New restrictions could soon put more pressure on big businesses to act. → Read More

Voters have it wrong on the jobs market

The U.S. economy has seen record job growth, but a lot of regular folks apparently didn't get the memo. → Read More

Congress passes landmark #MeToo bill

The bill forbids companies from forcing sexual harassment and assault claims into arbitration. → Read More

Male economists are freaking out over a NYT profile

In this Twitter-based fight about an economic theory, the gender dynamics don’t look good. → Read More