Can Elizabeth Warren Win It All?
The New Yorker | June 14, 2019
The New Yorker | February 4, 2019
The Founder of Panera Bread Explains the Economic Forces That Led To Trump
The New Yorker.com | November 23, 2018
The Rise of Sinclair Broadcast Group
The New Yorker | October 22, 2018
Paul Singer, The Doomsday Investor
The New Yorker | August 23, 2018
At Uber, A New CEO Shifts Gears
The New Yorker | April 9, 2018
The Tech Industry's Gender Discrimination Problem
The New Yorker | November 20, 2017
The Cost of the Opioid Crisis
The New Yorker Financial Page | September 18, 2017
What Do White House Ethics Rules Mean If They Can Be Circumvented?
The New Yorker.com | June 6, 2017
Is Socially Responsible Capitalism Losing?
The New Yorker Financial Page | June 5 & 7 issue
The Watchdogs Keeping Wall Street In Check
The New Yorker Financial Page | May 15, 2017
Martin Shkreli Is Still Talking
The New Yorker Financial Page | April 17, 2017
Financiers Fight Over The American Dream
A hedge fund planned to make a fortune—and do good—by exposing how Herbalife preyed on the poor. What went wrong?
The New Yorker | March 6, 2017
Donald Trump's Wolves of Wall Street
The New Yorker.com | December 1, 2016
An upstart called Juno tries out a bold strategy in the ride wars.
The New Yorker | October 10, 2016
A mathematician and former quant trader at the hedge fund DE Shaw spent four years writing a book about how algorithms are being used to exacerbate injustice. To get through it, she relied on jam sessions with her band.
The New Yorker | October 10, 2016
Gloria Allred for Hillary Clinton
The women’s-rights lawyer attends the Democratic Convention to support the first woman to be nominated for President by a major political party.
The New Yorker | August 8, 2016
Wall Street Women: Harassed and Power-Hungry
The New Yorker.com | July 22, 2016
The Don't Ask, Don't Tell Guide to Trading on Inside Information
Why Phil Mickelson wasn't charged with insider trading.
Bloomberg Businessweek | May 26, 2016
The Feel-Good Female Solidarity Machine
Feminism is being branded and sold like never before. Who is it really helping?
Bloomberg Businessweek | February 4, 2016
Can Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Save Her Unicorn?
The Theranos story had everything: Disruptive technology, a brilliant Stanford dropout-founder, incredible media hype and a $9 billion "Unicorn" valuation. Does it work?
Bloomberg Businessweek | December 10, 2015
The Former CFO of Lehman Brothers Looks Back on her Time at the Center of the Financial Crisis
Bloomberg Businessweek | March 21, 2016
How Lynn Tilton Went From Company Savior to SEC Target
Bloomberg Businessweek | July 16, 2015
What Do Video Games Have Against Women? Anita Sarkeesian Battles A $25 Billion Industry
Bloomberg Businessweek | November 26, 2014
Am I Really Such A Jerk? Pimco's Bill Gross Picks Up The Pieces
Bloomberg Businessweek | April 14, 2014
Jordan Belfort, the Real Wolf of Wall Street
Bloomberg Businessweek | November 7, 2013
On the Trail of SAC Capital's Steven Cohen
Bloomberg Businessweek | January 17, 2013
Inside Karl Rove's Billionaire Fundraiser
Bloomberg Businessweek | September 7, 2012
Get Me Gloria: Nothing Strikes Fear Into the Heart Of A Corporate Counsel Like A Call From Celebrity Attorney Gloria Allred
Is she a women's rights crusader, a cynical profiteer, or both?
Bloomberg Businessweek | July 19, 2012
Cheating, Incorporated: The Business of Infidelity
Bloomberg Businessweek | February 10, 2011