The Unhealthy Markets EditionSlate Money discusses grading employees on their health and price-fixing generic drugs.
The Monopoly Money EditionSlate Money on India’s demonetization and the practice of paying economists large sums to promote mergers.
The Hothouse EditionSlate Money breaks down the HFC deal, proposed Airbnb regulations, and the Volcker Rule.
The Shadow Courts EditionSlate Money discusses how these tribunals affect international trade deals.
The Robot Apocalypse EditionSlate Money talks changing jobs in the robot economy, Wells Fargo’s banking products, and Amazon pricing algorithms.
The Weapons of Math Destruction EditionSlate Money dives into Cathy O’Neil’s new book, Weapons of Math Destruction.
The Worse Than Marxism EditionSlate Money on why we should be outraged at the makers of EpiPen, passive investing, and hedge funds.
The Onanism EditionSlate Money on hedge funds, declining U.S. productivity, and vagina technology innovations.
The Size Matters EditionSlate Money on Verizon buying Yahoo, CEO salaries, and the economy of digital advertising.
The Sports Week EditionSlate Money on why the UFC sold for 4 billion dollars, NBA salary caps, and the Rio Olympics.
The I’d Like to Add You to My Professional Network EditionSlate Money on Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn.
The Up in the Air EditionSlate Money on United’s Basic Economy fare and Trump’s Air Force One negotiations.
The 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.
The Hot Mess EditionSlate Money talks to economist Tim Harford about his book Messy, Warren Buffett’s taxes, and contract theory.
The Down to Earth EditionSlate Money breaks down the highs and lows of this week’s business and finance news.
The Turning Point EditionSlate Money talks the lending firm Point, census income data, and Bayer, Monsanto shareholders.
The Preserving Optionality EditionSlate Money on Apple’s tax problems, female computer science majors, and Aeropostale’s new owners.
The Product EditionSlate Money on 21st-century products: Google search, the iPhone, and Amazon Prime.
The Scuttlebutt EditionSlate Money on rumored and definite changes at Walmart and Uber, and to Massachusetts law.
The Fallout EditionSlate Money on U.K. property funds, negative interest rates, and Italian banks in crisis.
The Pisco Sour EditionSlate Money on rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel, Peruvian vulture funds, and Scottish alcohol pricing.