Ana Campoy, Quartz

Ana Campoy

Quartz

Texas, United States

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Recent:
  • Quartz
Past:
  • Star Tribune
  • DailyHampGazette
  • Wall Street Journal

Recent articles by Ana:

When was the last time the pound crashed? A brief history

The last time the pound flirted with dollar parity, Margaret Thatcher was prime minister → Read More

Gorbachev's free press legacy can still survive Putin

A Russian journalist remembers how Gorbachev used his Nobel purse to fund Novaya Gazeta. → Read More

The end of globalization has been greatly exaggerated

But it's an opportunity to fix its weaknesses. → Read More

What Colombia's election means for its economy

The presidential race between Petro and Hernández will mark a new economic direction for Colombia no matter the winner. → Read More

A brief history of SSNs

Everything you need to know about Social Security numbers in five minutes or less, including how much one goes for on the dark web. → Read More

✦ Crypto crashed again. Now what?

✦ Crypto crashed again. Now what? → Read More

How US state abortion laws compare globally

If Roe v. Wade gets thrown out, American women will be subject to some of the most protective or restrictive abortion laws in the world, depending on the state they live. → Read More

How we got to financial World War

Quartz is a guide to the new global economy for people in business who are excited by change. We cover business, economics, markets, finance, technology, science, design, and fashion. → Read More

Sanctions have been a predominantly American weapon since WWII

Since World War II, the US has been by far the world's most prolific user of economic sanctions, and for much of that time, it has acted alone. → Read More

Why Latin America needs its own space agency

Satellogic, Dereum say the Latin American and Caribbean Space Agency (ALCE) is giving the region’s emerging space industry a push. → Read More

What to expect from the pandemic in 2022

Quartz is a guide to the new global economy for people in business who are excited by change. We cover business, economics, markets, finance, technology, science, design, and fashion. → Read More

The biggest win in the global minimum tax deal is a return to multilateralism

The OECD's global tax deal signals a return to more cooperative times after the Trump administration’s America First approach. → Read More

The psychology behind ‘hodling’ during a bitcoin price drop

How bitcoin traders use anticipated regret to implore newer buyers to hang on. → Read More

Biden’s child tax credits could cut child poverty by 45%

The 2021 child tax credits would only reduce poverty temporarily if they're not extended. → Read More

Why US used-car prices went up 10% in a month

A chip shortage and other supply chain constraints are driving up used-car prices. → Read More

Biden’s families plan would revolutionize American life

It would insert the government into parts of American life that politicians before him have avoided, from childcare to paid leave. → Read More

Sorrow, joy, and relief: Photographs of Americans reacting to the “guilty” Chauvin verdicts

Protestors and others who gathered to hear the verdict reacted with sorrow, joy, and relief. → Read More

Jamie Dimon used the words “Latinx” and “carbon” for the first time in JPMorgan’s annual letter

How the world has changed in 2020, according to the world's most powerful banker. → Read More

What to expect from a virtual “Davos”

Aside from pushing the World Economic Forum online, the pandemic is also shaping the agenda of the exclusive global meeting. → Read More

What’s different about the second round of PPP loans?

The Covid-19 relief package passed in December extends the Paycheck Protection Program, with a few important tweaks. → Read More