SELECTED WORKS

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Driven to Despair

New York Magazine | May 14-27, 2018

Doug Schifter waged a one-man campaign to stop Uber from putting his fellow black-car drivers out of business. Then he decided to take his own life.

 

 

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Meet CamperForce, Amazon's Nomadic Army

WIRED Magazine | October 2017

Inside the grueling, rootless lives of the RV dwellers who are spending their golden years working in the e-tail behemoth's warehouses.

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Anatomy of a Leak

Harper's Magazine | May 2017

I was the unwitting mule for Snowden's entire leaked N.S.A. archive. This spy-thriller-meets-Three-Stooges tale is the untold backstory of Snowden's whistle-blowing, revealing the (very analog) human network and bonds of trust behind his groundbreaking disclosures.

These Workers Have a New Demand: Stop Watching Us

The Nation | May 27, 2015

How workplace surveillance has become a menace to health and safety.

 

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The End of Retirement

Harper's Magazine | August 2014

On Thanksgiving Day of 2010, Linda May sat alone in a trailer in New River, Arizona. At sixty, the silver-haired grandmother lacked electricity and running water. She couldn’t find work.

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The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship

Inc. Magazine | September 2014

"It's like a man riding a lion. People think, 'This guy's brave.' And he's thinking, 'How the hell did I get on a lion, and how do I keep from getting eaten?"

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