Corruption, lobbying, corporate malfeasance, and frauds: a weekly unconventional selection of must-read articles by investigative journalist Bethany McLean.
Are private equity and healthcare the proverbial oil and water: They should never, ever mix? I don’t know, send me success stories please, but here’s one that will make you wonder.
Another question. From the beginning of the pandemic, when I’d read things from powerful men exulting the beauty of staying at home with family (obviously, with a wife handling the children), I started to worry that this was not going to turn out well for women. At least, not if you believe that economic equality, or moving in that direction, matters. So. Have periods of great economic dislocation ever worked out well for women?
Isn’t the work of pharmaceutical companies in the pandemic just wonderful and inspiring? Human beings working together to help the world, with no regard for their own personal financial well being, without any gaming of the system. Oh, wait: