Neil Barofsky’s book about overseeing the $700 billion bailout pulls no punches. He talks to Nancy Hass.
Nancy Hass is a contributing writer at Newsweek. She has been on staff at WSJ magazine, Conde Nast Porfolio, Talk, and the Economist, writing on subjects from Paris couture to politics in Southeast Asia. Her work was most recently anthologized in Best American Sports Writing 2011.
Yahoo’s new CEO is widely admired. But why is it that women tend to get tapped for top jobs only when the company is in crisis? By Nancy Hass
The shock of TomKat’s split is fading, replaced by the cold reality of a custody fight. Nancy Hass on why Holmes may have the upper hand.
The famed writer and filmmaker Nora Ephron died at 71 from leukemia. Nancy Hass reports on her private final days and speaks to friends.
He was a beloved Midwestern businessman who sent money home to his blind mom. Now Shakir Hamoodi is headed for prison. Nancy Hass on a case of wartime sanctions run amok.
Ina Drew is a mystery, even to her colleagues. Nancy Hass on the chief investment officer who lost her job.
By speaking up in the boardroom, women can get their ideas financed—and tap into the rapidly-growing buying power of other women, says Susan Lyne.
Nancy Hass talks to the embattled comic book exec who denies sexual-harassment charges brought by her co-CEO.
“Destination living” communities—complete with swimming pools, shops, and cafés on site—are edging out stodgy starter homes.