Newsweek/The Daily Beast, 2/14/11

February 14, 2011

Bristol Palin Inc. How much does the baby bear make?


TheDailyBeast.com, 12/8/09

December 8, 2009

Tiger Woods Fire Sale

As the mistress scandal deepens, retailers are slashing their prices on Tiger Woods merchandise—and disillusioned collectors are dumping their memorabilia.


TheDailyBeast.com, 11/19/09 (2)

November 20, 2009

Palin’s Gold Mine.

Sarah Palin sold 300,000 copies of Going Rogue on its first day of sale. More details on the media rollout that’s doubled as a $25.6 million economic stimulus package.


TheDailyBeast.com, 11/19/09

November 19, 2009

Gross Vampire Product

With the Twilight juggernaut returning to theaters this week, we crunched the numbers for movies, books, and television to determine the size of America’s vampire economy.


TheDailyBeast.com, 7/17/09

July 17, 2009

The Banks are Back.


TheDailyBeast.com, 7/7/09

July 7, 2009

Palin’s $20 Million Payday

Why did Alaska’s ambitious governor ditch a lame-duck $125,000 job? Between a $4 million book deal, speeches, and a possible TV gig, on The Daily Beast, we calculate 20 million reasons a year.


The Daily Beast, 5/4/2009

May 5, 2009

Our Crashing Portfolio.

The Treasury has invested billions in troubled companies—but how’s our money actually doing? We compared our taxpayer portfolio with the S&P 500—and discovered just how bad an investment junk companies can be.


The Daily Beast, 2/11/09

February 11, 2009

Top Seven Attention-Hungry Doomsayers

The banks are imploding! Your home is worthless! We’re all going to die! A new crop of Dr. Dooms are making careers out of scaring you.


The Daily Beast, 11/24/08

November 24, 2008

The 7 Who Could Have Saved Citi

When Jamie Dimon was ousted from Citi a decade ago, the bank’s rising stars followed him out the door. Now, as Citi narrowly escapes collapse, Dimon and his loyal crew have emerged as Wall Street’s most triumphant survivors.


The Daily Beast, 11/06/08

November 6, 2008

Why Obama Is Good For Stocks

So Obama won. Next question: what does it mean for the stock market? Every election year, much ink is spilled in the business pages this two-fold question: Who will win? And what will that mean for the market?


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