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Dec. 17 2016 2:00 AMThe Unhealthy Markets EditionSlate Money discusses grading employees on their health and price-fixing generic drugs.
Dec. 3 2016 2:01 AMThe Munchkin EditionSlate Money discusses Trump’s economic team.
Nov. 19 2016 2:00 AMThe Monopoly Money EditionSlate Money on India’s demonetization and the practice of paying economists large sums to promote mergers.
Nov. 7 2016 10:06 AMThe Live Forever EditionSlate Money discusses current attempts to finance immortality.
Oct. 22 2016 2:01 AMThe Hothouse EditionSlate Money breaks down the HFC deal, proposed Airbnb regulations, and the Volcker Rule.
Oct. 8 2016 2:02 AMThe Shadow Courts EditionSlate Money discusses how these tribunals affect international trade deals.
Sept. 26 2016 12:07 PMThe Robot Apocalypse EditionSlate Money talks changing jobs in the robot economy, Wells Fargo’s banking products, and Amazon pricing algorithms.
Sept. 10 2016 2:02 AMThe Weapons of Math Destruction EditionSlate Money dives into Cathy O’Neil’s new book, Weapons of Math Destruction.
Aug. 27 2016 2:02 AMThe Worse Than Marxism EditionSlate Money on why we should be outraged at the makers of EpiPen, passive investing, and hedge funds.
Aug. 13 2016 2:02 AMThe Onanism EditionSlate Money on hedge funds, declining U.S. productivity, and vagina technology innovations.
July 30 2016 2:02 AMThe Size Matters EditionSlate Money on Verizon buying Yahoo, CEO salaries, and the economy of digital advertising.
July 18 2016 10:37 AMThe Sports Week EditionSlate Money on why the UFC sold for 4 billion dollars, NBA salary caps, and the Rio Olympics.
July 2 2016 2:03 AMThe Godly EditionSlate Money on how religion became a guiding economic force in America.
June 18 2016 2:02 AMThe I’d Like to Add You to My Professional Network EditionSlate Money on Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn.
June 4 2016 2:02 AMThe Limited Means EditionSlate Money on Elizabeth Holmes’ disappearing billions, welfare reform, and the Verizon strike.
Dec. 10 2016 2:03 AMThe Up in the Air EditionSlate Money on United’s Basic Economy fare and Trump’s Air Force One negotiations.
Nov. 28 2016 9:22 AMThe Optimism EditionSlate Money discusses the economics of philanthropy.
Nov. 12 2016 2:02 AMThe Oh Sh*t EditionSlate Money on why pollsters got it so terribly wrong this year.
Oct. 29 2016 2:01 AMThe Bad Romance EditionSlate Money talks AT&T’s planned merger with Time Warner, the CETA trade deal, and how tech companies fare in the public stock markets.
Oct. 15 2016 2:05 AMThe Hot Mess EditionSlate Money talks to economist Tim Harford about his book Messy, Warren Buffett’s taxes, and contract theory.
Oct. 1 2016 2:06 AMThe Down to Earth EditionSlate Money breaks down the highs and lows of this week’s business and finance news.
Sept. 19 2016 10:25 AMThe Turning Point EditionSlate Money talks the lending firm Point, census income data, and Bayer, Monsanto shareholders.
Sept. 3 2016 2:00 AMThe Preserving Optionality EditionSlate Money on Apple’s tax problems, female computer science majors, and Aeropostale’s new owners.
Aug. 22 2016 12:35 PMThe Product EditionSlate Money on 21st-century products: Google search, the iPhone, and Amazon Prime.
Aug. 6 2016 2:03 AMThe Scuttlebutt EditionSlate Money on rumored and definite changes at Walmart and Uber, and to Massachusetts law.
July 23 2016 2:03 AMThe Big Data EditionSlate Money on Palantir, Dollar Shave Club, and Tesla.
July 9 2016 2:05 AMThe Fallout EditionSlate Money on U.K. property funds, negative interest rates, and Italian banks in crisis.
June 25 2016 2:06 AMThe Brexit EditionSlate Money on what happens after Britain leaves the European Union.
June 11 2016 2:02 AMThe Pisco Sour EditionSlate Money on rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel, Peruvian vulture funds, and Scottish alcohol pricing.
May 28 2016 2:04 AMThe Villains EditionSlate Money on Peter Thiel, neoliberalism, and recidivism.