The fall of billionaire Henry Nicholas, co-founder and CEO of microchip-maker Broadcom, who lost his job and his marriage amidst allegations of drug use, cooking the books, and building a secret party lair beneath the house he shared with family.
Sunday, June 8
Thursday, June 5
Wednesday, June 4
The decade-long journey of a novel–Chad Harbach’s The Art of Fielding–through the unpredictable world of book publishing.
Monday, June 2
A profile of Sophia Amoruso, the 30-year-old CEO of Nasty Gal and author of #GIRLBOSS.
Tereza Sedgwick trains to become a nurse aid, the fastest-growing job in America. It pays just better than minimum wage and has one of the highest burnout rates of any career.
Saturday, May 24
Friday, May 23
On the urge to live in a house you can't afford, the "acceptable lust" of American life.
Wednesday, May 21
A pastor-turned-banker fakes his own death after allegedly embezzling millions and defrauding investors.
Friday, May 9
The hedge funders who tried to give away a fortune anonymously.
Tuesday, April 29
Sunday, April 27
A profile of the Los Angeles Clippers owner, an oft-sued real estate baron with a documented racist streak and a penchant for heckling his own players, on the occasion of him winning an NAACP lifetime achievement award.