The Yellow Vests and Golden Passports EditionSlate Money on Facebook in Europe, Sandberg and Harvard Business School, the “Yellow Vest” protests in France, and a look at the yield curve.
Minneapolis Confronts Its History of Housing SegregationBy doing away with single-family zoning, the city takes on high rent, long commutes, and racism in real estate in one fell swoop.
Why Is Everyone Selling Leggings on Facebook?The new podcast The Dream empathetically explores the pull of multilevel marketing
Google’s “Shadow Workforce” Has DemandsThe company has responded to protesting employees in recent weeks. Now its contract workers want a voice, too.
Spain Is Moving On From Coal. Can the U.S. Do the Same?The country is pledging $285 million for a safety net for laid-off miners, but not everyone trusts the system.
Trump’s “Tariff Man” Rant Was Nonsense, but Thankfully an Actual Adult Is Leading Trade Talks With China
The Color of Victoria’s Secret’s Failure Is PinkIts college-age brand was the company’s last hope. Now, it spells trouble.
How Do Museum Exhibition Designers Do Their Job?Meet Lana Hum and Mack Cole-Edelsack of MoMA’s exhibition design and production department.
Employee of the Month
Hannibal Buress and Marina Franklin Talk Consensual Sex, Chicago, and Stand-UpCatie Lazarus honors and interviews Employee(s) of the Month Hannibal Buress and Marina Franklin.
Facebook Never Really Cared About Connecting the WorldUnless, as a new trove of embarrassing internal emails shows, the company could profit from it.
How Chrissy Teigen Became the Anti–Gwyneth PaltrowFrom her cookbooks to her dessert-themed lip gloss, Teigen’s been busy crafting her own lifestyle brand. Somehow, it’s not insufferable.
The Car Talk EditionSlate Money on GM’s plant closures, Carlos Ghosn in hot water, Trump trash-talking the Fed, and whether or not we should care about Apple and Microsoft’s market caps.