Teddy Schliefer

reporter at Recode covering finance and money

Teddy Schliefer on KCRW

Apple says it’ll spend $2.5 billion to help combat California’s growing housing crisis.

Apple gives billions to create affordable housing. Too little, too late?

Apple says it’ll spend $2.5 billion to help combat California’s growing housing crisis.

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President Trump recently released his 2020 fundraising numbers. He’s raised more than $30 million, that’s about what the top two democrats in the field have raised, combined.

What to make of President Trump’s fundraising numbers

President Trump recently released his 2020 fundraising numbers. He’s raised more than $30 million, that’s about what the top two democrats in the field have raised, combined.

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