The Disparate Impact EditionSlate Money talks loan discrimination, Jack Dorsey’s Twitter and Square, and distressed debt.
Early Analysis: Donald Trump’s Tax Cut Plan Would Cost $10.8 Trillion. Let Me Repeat That: $10.8 Trillion.
The Outrageous EditionSlate Money talks prescription drug price gouging, the Volkswagen scandal, and Kickstarter's amazing new business decision.
How the Government Could Punish That Hedge Fund Bro Who Wanted to Raise a Drug’s Price 5,000 Percent
The Justice Department Swears It’s Finally Getting Serious About Putting Corporate Criminals in Jail
Lagunitas Founder Uses Nietzsche to Explain Why He Sold Half of His Beloved Craft Brewery to Heineken
Is It Time to Tax Harvard’s Endowment?While state schools suffer and middle-class students drown in loans, elite universities are only getting richer.
Cool Fact: Immigrants Are Way More Likely to Have a College Degree Than People Born in the U.S.
The Bad Odds EditionSlate Money talks fantasy sports, a potential Department of Justice crackdown, and a new art museum model.
Jeb Bush Says He’ll Pass Massive Tax Cuts and Reduce the Deficit, Because Republicans Love Magical Thinking
The Dirty Filthy Loans EditionSlate Money talks lending on Facebook, in medicine, and in Atlantic City.
Both Rubio and Jeb Are Running for Another Bush Term They are George W. Bush Republicans in every conventional sense.
Peeple, the “Yelp for People,” Disappears From Social Media—but Its Founders Promise It’s Still Coming
A Chicago Man Bought a Dilapidated South Side Bank for $1 and Turned It Into a Gorgeous Cultural Center
A Biden Presidency Would Be Grim News for Feminism He’s more “likeable” than Hillary. His record on women’s issues is not.
The “How Do You Punish This Company?” Bonus Segment Emily Bazelon, Jamelle Bouie, and David Plotz discuss reprimanding Volkswagen for ethical misconduct.