PRICES

Munchies

Meet the War Veteran Leading the Battle Against Expensive Coffee

In a city where lattes cost $6.50, this cafe owner charges $2.20 for everything on the menu.
Jonathan Zagouri
3.26.17
Weed

There's So Much Legal Weed That It Might Now Be Too Cheap

It's good news for consumers in the short-term, but might put small growers out of business, leaving kush fiends with fewer options.
Brian Moylan
1.31.17
Pizza

Does Another Subway Fare Hike Mean a Dark Future for NY Pizza Prices?

Even the titans of the pizza world don’t know what to expect. Hopes are high that the chain could be broken and pizza could remain at its current price point, but legends of the slice game are growing weary.
Tim Latterner
11.20.16
meat

Why Turkey Might Not Be Your Thanksgiving Centerpiece This Year

With the turkey industry ravaged by this year's bird flu pandemic and pork prices plummeting, experts think that people might get unconventional when it comes to their main holiday meat.
Wyatt Marshall
11.10.15
fruit

Avocados Are About to Get Way More Expensive

The UK, where avocado sales have climbed by 25 percent in the last year alone, is getting it the worst.
Nick Rose
11.4.15
News

Why Did the Australian Sharemarket Lose So Much Money Tuesday?

Swiss mining giant Glencore lost a third of its value, stripping $56 billion AUD from the resource-depend Australian market.
Royce Kurmelovs
9.30.15
tech

We Asked an Expert How the Price of a Pill Could Go from $13.50 to $750 Overnight

Former hedge funder Martin Shkreli made headlines for jacking up the price of a medication dramatically. How can we stop price-gouging from happening?
Mike Pearl
9.22.15
Election '15

Regeneration Game

In part one, we meet British protesters fighting rapid gentrification in the UK, hoping for the chance to live in housing-crisis-hit Newham, England.
Vice Beta
3.30.15