Business & Economics
China Syndrome
As sales prices for the most popular contemporary Chinese artists skyrocket, collectors battle speculators for the finest works.
Worth, April 2007

Organs for Sale
Why wait for a liver transplant at home when you can buy one overseas?
Wired, April 2007

What's a Phone For?
In Asia, probably a lot more than you can imagine.
Wall Street Journal, June 19, 2006

Shanghai Surprises
The perils of opening an office in China.
Inc., March 2007

Is $100 Oil a Big Deal?
Why would it be so much worse than $99?
Slate, January 3, 2008

Will the Interest Rate Cut Affect Me?
Average consumers might notice it, if they have a lot of debt.
Slate, January 22, 2008

Negotiating on the Night Shift
Why are labor contracts worked out on nights and weekends?
Slate, November 26, 2007

Checking on Sweatshops
How does the Gap know if its clothes are made by child laborers
Slate, October 31, 2007

Who Cares About the Weak Dollar?
What currency devaluation means for the average Joe.
Slate, September 25, 2007

How Do You Inject Money Into the Economy?
With an auction.
Slate, August 16, 2007

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