Caterpillar’s CEO made $22 million last year. Some of his employees are on food stamps.
Friday, May 17
Thursday, May 16
An investigation into widespread criminal fraud at a generic drug company.
Tuesday, May 14
Rethinking mobile homes as senior housing.
Saturday, May 11
In Cyprus with those who lost big by simply depositing their savings with Laiki.
Tuesday, May 7
Adventures in the cosmetics department of a Neiman Marcus in Dallas.
A financier and his wife build a mansion in the jungles of Costa Rica, set up a wildlife preserve, and appear to slowly, steadily lose their minds. A spiral of handguns, angry locals, armed guards, uncut diamonds, abduction plots, and a bedroom blazing with 550 Tiffany lamps ends with a body and a mystery: Did John Felix Bender die by his own hand? Or did Ann Bender kill him to escape their crumbling dream?
Monday, May 6
Sunday, May 5
How companies and large temp agencies benefit from—and tacitly collaborate with—an underworld of labor brokers, known as “raiteros,” who charge workers fees, pushing their pay below minimum wage.
Friday, May 3
Creation of a fast food phenomenon.
Monday, April 29
Libor, ISDAfix, and how the big banks do business.
Sunday, April 28
“Which is the largest country in the world, economically speaking? It’s America, the United States. Do you know why? Because way back—this is history, you can look it up on the Internet—the colonization was done by men who believed in the word of God. And they were tithers. That’s why you see on the dollar bill: ‘In God we trust.”