Racial discrimination and the collection of small consumer debts.
Thursday, October 8
They were raised Hasidic in Brooklyn. Now Abe Zeines and Meir Hurwitz live a decadent, booze-filled life in Puerto Rico. They are in their early 30s and rich enough to retire, while Wall Street is busy adopting the shady loan scheme they pioneered.
Wednesday, October 7
When Elysian Brewing sold itself to Big Beer, it set off a revolt among Seattle craft beer enthusiasts.
Tuesday, October 6
Inside Zappos as it transitions to something called a “Teal organization” that involves no managers and what amounts scouting merit badges and something called “People Points.”
Monday, October 5
The dangerous corporate ethos of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship, who is on trial after an explosion at one of his mines killed 29.
Friday, October 2
Wednesday, September 30
Monday, September 28
Inside the paranoid world of Nike headquarters, where people are worried that Adidas might finally be capable of taking over the sneaker industry.
Friday, September 25
For online advertisers, probably most of it. An investigation.
Thursday, September 24
A talk on personal data and the people who collect it:
"Let me ask a trick question. What was the most damaging data breach in the last 12 months? The trick answer is: it's likely something we don't even know about."