Friday, November 8

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It mostly had to do with Patch, the executive’s hyperlocal and unprofitable baby.

Friday, November 1

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A profile of personal finance guru Dave Ramsey, who built his biblically inspired get-out-of-debt empire on the premise “it’s within your power to not take part in recessions and the economic troubles facing American families.”

Tuesday, October 29

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A profile of the policy wonk who shone the light and turned the tide on overseas tax havens.

Sunday, October 27

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How Service Corporation International corporatized death, driving growth through everything from aggresive acquisitions, volume pricing on caskets and embalming fluid, a “strong flu season,” and pre-selling over $7.5 billion worth of burials.

Saturday, October 26

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New medicines can cost hundreds of thousands of dolllars a year. Are they worth it? A look at how a pair of pharmaceutical compainies set their prices.

Friday, October 25

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Wednesday, October 23

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The capitalist evangelism of Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In feminist manifesto.

Monday, October 21

Sunday, October 20

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On the personal genetic sequencing company 23andMe and why their long time term strategy is collecting spit, not cash.

Saturday, October 12

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“She taught me the tricks of trimming. She taught me to smile when my back ached. She taught me some Bengali words. Sab bhalo. It is all okay.”

Friday, October 11

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What it’s like to work for, compete against, and find out you’re the biological father of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. An excerpt from The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon.

Tuesday, October 8

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An interview with the literary agent about the state of the book industry and how, at least for him, it continues to be quite lucrative.