December 24, 2018 Issue
When Mark Cuban needed help, he turned to Cynthia Marshall.
The Peace Diamond, and the miner who found it, are at the center of a new push to redeem African diamond mining.
Many vegans want to destroy the modern food system. Investor Chris Kerr wants to use it to take plant-based products mainstream.
Sequoia Capital leads the latest funding round for the two-year-old company to scale its network physically and digitally.
The EU isn’t budging, so she (or her successor) must. Britain needs a second referendum.
The venerable Swiss maker of aviator watches wants to woo a whole new generation.
The company hit its stride with $35m from Goldman Sachs. Now comes the hard part: expanding.
To keep up with ravenous demand from Prime subscribers, the company is offloading the costs and risks to mom-and-pop delivery startups.
DoorDash focuses more on increasing restaurateurs’ sales than on cutting costs for consumers.
The Hollywood veteran’s new venture sets its sights on small screens—and beyond.
People love the suburbs. They need better commutes.
Loopholes allow families to pass money from generation to generation—forever.
ESG funds that promise to align your money with your values are often more marketing than science.
Resurgent emerging markets, cheap oil, and an end to the trade war could support growth.
The common currency hasn’t overcome the country’s structural problems.
By the middle of this century, climate change may punch a hole through the bottom half of the Northeast Corridor.
They elected a string of conservative leaders, but citizens still demand protectionist policies and government services.
Travel may be good for the soul, but overtourism can be a destructive force. These spots get it right.
Congaree, named best new private course by Golf Digest, isn’t just another billionaire’s playground.
The designer's new Madison Avenue store is a study in careful, sustainable forethought.
A restaurant model is being used to train refugees, at-risk kids, and veterans.
Investors faced rocky markets in stocks, bonds, commodities, and crypto.