Does Trump Have a Conflict-of-Interest Problem?
The New Yorker | November 14, 2016
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.
Gloria Allred for Hillary Clinton
The New Yorker | August 8, 2016
The women’s-rights lawyer attends the Democratic Convention to support the first woman to be nominated for President by a major political party.
Can Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Save Her Unicorn?
Bloomberg Businessweek | December 10, 2015
The Theranos story had everything: Disruptive technology, a brilliant Stanford dropout-founder, incredible media hype and a $9 billion "Unicorn" valuation. Does it work?