James Surowiecki

James Surowiecki writes the financial column at The New Yorker.

Recycled
June 29 2009 6:22 PMInfinite SummerThe Audio Book Club on David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest.
The Audio Book Club
Jan. 3 2008 12:19 PMThe Audio Book ClubOur critics discuss Denis Johnson's Tree of Smoke.
Interrogation
Jan. 17 2006 8:44 PMThe Worst Day EverA 24 writer talks about torture, terrorism, and fudging "real time."
The Book Club
Jan. 12 2005 1:43 AMWhich Information Really Does Matter?
The Book Club
Jan. 10 2005 2:23 PMWhat Do We Mean When We Talk About Intuition?
Hey, Wait A Minute
July 30 2003 6:39 PMDamn the Slam PAM Plan!Canceling the Pentagon's futures market is cowardly and dumb.
The Book Club
June 5 2003 9:23 AMGoing Where the Value Is
The Book Club
June 3 2003 9:22 AMBilly Beane's Genius: Letting the Data Do the Talking
The Book Club
Feb. 18 2003 6:31 PMHow the GI Bill and the FHA Solidified the Traditional Family
Culturebox
Jan. 9 2003 3:50 PMI Hear New York RantingSpike Lee vs. Kenneth Lay and Mullah Omar.
The Book Club
Oct. 31 2002 6:35 PMTwo Angry Men
The Book Club
Oct. 29 2002 6:08 PMWith All Deliberate Confusion
Music
Aug. 19 2002 10:30 AMRockumentary ReduxEveryone's wrong about the new Wilco movie.
Culturebox
March 23 2001 11:57 PMWilson the Volleyball, Reconsidered
Moneybox
June 30 1999 12:17 AM
The Audio Book Club
March 20 2009 2:21 PMSlate's Audio Book Club: Infinite JestOur critics dissect David Foster Wallace's epic novel.
Well-traveled
June 14 2006 11:51 AMWhat's Next for the New Argentine Cinema?
Gaming
Dec. 15 2005 6:40 PMThe Xbox 360What happens when video games get too real.
The Book Club
Jan. 11 2005 8:12 AMThe Virtues of Group Decision-Making
Culturebox
Aug. 21 2003 4:18 PMCult of PersonalismA remarkable documentary about Idi Amin gets to the heart of his politics.
Culturebox
June 10 2003 1:15 PMMoneyball ReduxSlate talks to the man who revolutionized baseball.
The Book Club
June 4 2003 9:14 AMDecision-Making
The Book Club
Feb. 19 2003 5:49 PMVillains in the Suburbs
The Book Club
Feb. 17 2003 6:51 PMDrowning in Details
Culturebox
Jan. 8 2003 1:50 PMDrop the GunThe Two Towers' wishful technophobia.
The Book Club
Oct. 30 2002 6:57 PMDeeply Confused Idea of Wealth
Music
Oct. 2 2002 1:57 PMThe Punk VirtuosoGuitarist John Frusciante spices up the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Moneybox
July 24 2002 6:21 PMBlame IacoccaHow the former Chrysler CEO caused the corporate scandals.
The Book Club
June 30 1999 12:18 AM
The Motley Fool
May 29 1998 3:30 AMDisney's DropThe recent fall in its stock price says less about the company's prospects than about bull market jitters.

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