Despite an unhelpfully bombastic headline and some jarring phrases (the phrases that jar will probably vary depending on who is reading), this profile of the scourge of Cambridge Analytica, Carole Cadwalladr, is undeniably interesting.
A look at the cottage industry that has spun up around Downton Abbey and more broadly around the Edwardian version of Britishness it evokes. The story expands its scope to an analysis of the show’s significant impact on British television and its ability to generate global hits.
A no-holds barred look at the business model, culture and leadership of WeWork, which recently had to delay its IPO due to a plummeting valuation. For those with access, it’s also well worth reading the Wall St Journal article it references.