In Brexit, Could Ireland Wear the Crown?
[Fortune, March 2019]
Does the world need a European Singapore?

Meet John Henry, Vice’s Hustler-in-Chief
[Fortune, February 2019]
”The brother is fearless.”

The Lab of Luxury
[Fortune, September 2018]
Where there’s a will, there’s a ouais

The Inevitable Rise of Gay Hooters
[The New York Times, 21 June 2018]
Amid a queer renaissance, a boom for meat-market machismo

Meet Ro Khanna, Silicon Valley's Man in the Middle
[Fortune, June 2018]
Is being Apple's congressman still an act of public service?

Silicon Valley's Ex-Factor Problem
[Fortune, 20 September 2017]
The expansive nothingness of the former Googler

How the “Hamilton” Cast Got Broadway’s Best Deal
[Bloomberg, 28 September 2016]
A revolution and revelation

Health food or candy? Crain's bites into the mystery of those ubiquitous Kind bars
[Crain's New York Business, 16 November 2015]
An opaque company that touts its transparent wrappers

From Britain's Digital Queen, a New Royal Warrant for Tech
[Fortune, 08 January 2015]
No thanks to William and Harry

Cable-less Elevators
[Fortune, 29 December 2014]
Going up — and left, and right, and diagonally

He Even Killed Captain America
[The Wall Street Journal, 29 March 2014]
Larry Hama is 'secretly the Most Interesting Man in the World'

Pharmacy With Small-Town Feel, Even After 175 Years
[The Wall Street Journal, 05 May 2013]
Thomas Edison, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Parker Posey walk in...

Meet Silicon Valley's Hardcore Recruiters
[Fortune, 06 February 2013]
The war on inefficiency

Giving Politics a Hack
[The Wall Street Journal, 21 January 2013]
City Hall 2.0

Greenpoint Luxe: Brooklyn Scruff Invades Bergdorfs
[The New York Observer, 08 January 2013]
Park Avenue Portlandia

The Dollar Slice is Back
[New York, 18 January 2010]
Bucking trends

A Treehouse in Peru
[National Geographic Traveler, 02 October 2009]
Jungle butlers, seriously

New York Incognito
[The New York Times, 24 June 2005]
Hollywood thinks Staten Island is perfect