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After the Fall of the Glossy Magazine, What’s Left of Condé Nast?
Two years after Si Newhouse died (and Graydon Carter left), Anna Wintour and a new CEO map out the future they can afford.
Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff. What Happens When It Gets Called?
For almost 25 years, Shane Smith’s plan was that, by the time the suckers caught on, he’d never be stuck owning the company he co-founded.
Wrote a story about Vice Media
If These NBA Coaches Ran for President, Their Stump Speeches Would Be Slam Dunks
We’ve condensed, combined, and lightly edited comments made by Kerr and Popovich, respectively, into speeches ready for the campaign trail.
Does a Hacker Hero Always Have to Have a Past?
Marcus Hutchins single-handedly stopped one of the most dangerous cyberattacks ever. Then the FBI arrested him.
“The FBI took everything from me: My job, my girlfriend, my bitcoin.”
The Rockefellers vs. Exxon, the Company That Made Them the Rockefellers
The family that pioneered the oil industry in America wants to expose what Exxon hid from the public about climate change.
The Rockefellers got their fortune from Standard Oil, which became Exxon. I wrote about how the family decided to pressure Exxon on climate change, and how Exxon came to argue the Rockefellers were funding a conspiracy against it.
Lenny Pozner Believed in Conspiracy Theories. Until His Son’s Death Became One.
Just as a father was mourning his child killed at Sandy Hook, strangers were saying he’d never lived at all.
The Duke Lacrosse Scandal and the Birth of the Alt-Right
Ten years later, the case looms large in U.S. political culture. For starters, it launched the careers of Richard Spencer and Stephen Miller.