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The Protection Money Edition

Slate Money on the sale of a da Vinci, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and Zimbabwe.

Nov. 11 2017 2:01 AMThe Well-Endowed EditionSlate Money on Saudi Arabia, Wilbur Ross, and endowments.
Oct. 28 2017 2:02 AMThe Tiran and Sanafir EditionSlate Money on sexual harassment, NEOM, and trading cryptocurrencies.
Oct. 14 2017 2:01 AMThe Some of My Best Friends Are Petroleum Engineers EditionSlate Money on Richard Thaler, Fifty Inventions That Shaped the Modern Economy, and Brexit.
Sept. 30 2017 2:04 AMThe Krautrock EditionSlate Money on music royalties, Puerto Rican bondholders, and Wolfgang Schäuble.
Sept. 19 2017 10:28 AMThe Delicious Mexican Dirt EditionA Slate Money bonus episode on gaydar A.I., L'Oréal for men, Facebook advertising, and Ray Dalio.
Sept. 9 2017 2:02 AMThe Peripatetic Headquarters EditionSlate Money on concert ticket scams, the sale of legacy media brands, and Amazon’s new headquarters.
Aug. 26 2017 2:04 AMThe Bet the Farm EditionSlate Money on passive investing, strawberries, and bananas.
Aug. 12 2017 2:01 AMThe Disney World EditionSlate Money on pink slime, Disney’s Netflix deal, and open seating plans.
July 29 2017 2:05 AMThe Bad Eggs EditionSlate Money on Anthony Scaramucci, productivity, and Hampton Creek’s eggless mayo.
July 15 2017 2:02 AMThe Cash Offer EditionSlate Money on going cashless with Visa, coding boot camps, and Warren Buffett.
July 1 2017 2:01 AMThe Methodologically Problematic EditionSlate Money on Google’s antitrust violations, Italian banks, and Seattle’s minimum wage.
June 17 2017 2:02 AMThe Scams EditionSlate Money on rich scams, poor scams, and email scams.
June 3 2017 2:00 AMThe Dinosaur EditionSlate Money on the Paris Agreement, credit scores, and Venezuelan bonds.
May 20 2017 2:00 AMThe Spinning Wheels EditionSlate Money on the auto industry, artificial intelligence, and Apple’s new headquarters.
May 6 2017 2:00 AMThe Talking TED Talks EditionSlate Money on Cathy O’Neil’s TED talk, what goes on at TED Talks conferences, and the industry of highly paid speeches.
Nov. 4 2017 2:02 AMThe Powell’s Books EditionSlate Money on Republican tax plans, the opioid crisis, and Jay Powell.
Oct. 21 2017 2:01 AMThe Codfather EditionSlate Money on the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund, Scandinavian economics, and the 30th anniversary of Black Monday.
Oct. 7 2017 2:02 AMThe Africa EditionSlate Money on Lagos and Nairobi, China in Africa, and South African corruption.
Sept. 23 2017 2:02 AMThe Anna’s Air Quotes EditionSlate Money on Toys R Us filing for bankruptcy, the new startup Loftium, and sukuk bonds.
Sept. 16 2017 2:02 AMThe Homicidal Sexbots EditionSlate Money on Equifax, SoFi, and sex robots.
Sept. 2 2017 2:02 AMThe Rebuilding EditionSlate Money on Hurricane Harvey, construction productivity, and tax reform.
Aug. 19 2017 2:01 AMThe Only Way Is Ethics EditionSlate Money on the CEO council disbanding, companies’ responsibilities to shareholders, and impact investing.
Aug. 5 2017 2:00 AMThe Shared Values EditionSlate Money on the stock market, index composition, and Etsy.
July 22 2017 2:02 AMThe Fake Loans EditionSlate Money on private student loan debt, Donald Trump’s ties to Deutsche Bank, and hedge funders evading taxes.
July 8 2017 2:00 AMThe White-Collar Crime EditionSlate Money on The Chickenshit Club, sexual harassment in Silicon Valley, and Hobby Lobby.
June 24 2017 2:04 AMThe Independent Directors EditionSlate Money on Uber, Amazon buying Whole Foods, and initial coin offerings.
June 10 2017 2:01 AMThe Mayday Mayday EditionSlate Money on the U.K. election, the Spanish banking crisis, and Qatar.
May 27 2017 2:01 AMThe Bureaucrats Gone Wild EditionSlate Money on corruption in Brazil, Saudi Arabia’s oil prices, and Paul Romer’s war on Bankspeak.
May 13 2017 2:00 AMThe Disappearing EditionSlate Money on the mortgage interest deduction, the volatility index, and Snap’s first earnings report after going public.
April 29 2017 2:02 AMThe Pointless Vanity EditionSlate Money on Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s substantial payout, Sheryl Sandberg’s new book on grief, and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s massive data project.

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