On Ray Dalio, who built the world’s biggest hedge fund by running it like a cult.
Monday, April 11
Sunday, April 10
On billionaire financier Lynn Tilton and her quest to become a public figure.
The strange life of Boston Corbett, the soldier who killed John Wilkes Booth in 1865.
At times, Mr. Hsieh comes across as an alien who has studied human beings in order to live among them.
A profile of the Zappos CEO.
Saturday, April 9
The story of dog-scent lineup innovator Keith Pikett and the not-so-scientific science behind forensics.
After a final film, Kevin Smith is going to retire to a life of podcasting and speaking tours. Or so he says.
Friday, April 8
Manny Ramirez is a deeply frustrating employee, the kind whose talents are so prodigious that he gets away with skipping meetings, falling asleep on the job, and fraternizing with the competition.
An insider history of the fall of Myspace; from Rupert Murdoch calling Facebook a mere “communications utility” to the disastrous 2006 deal with Google that demanded huge pageviews and ads everywhere, and finally the present day ruins of a titan.
On Christian Marclay’s film The Clock.
The emergence of a radio phenomenon popular amongst young demographic believed lost to interactive distractions.