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Black attempts to prove veracity of an urban legend regarding GM's relationship with Germany. As the Nazi war machine gathered steam, General Motors was a major helper as the German military built its dominance. At the same time, GM was "perpetrating a massive criminal conspiracy to subvert clean, electric mass transit - trolleys - in 40 cities, thus helping our addiction to oil." GM had buried its past involvement with the Nazis by funding an academic inquiry, then keeping the results secret even after donating them to Yale University.
This article explores Yale University's decision to hire a consulting firm to assess the university's childcare program. Krieger found that the CEO of the consulting agency also has an administrative role at the university. The author explores the various sides of this conflict of interest, and also traces the history of Yale's childcare program.
Dan Gordon, a 24-year-old Merrill Lynch energy trader, embezzled $43 million from the world's largest securities firm, which ignored warnings of criminal conduct by Gordon and which didn't disclose the theft until after it was reporter by Bloomberg News, three years after Gordon's crimes. Four months after the first Bloomberg News story, Gordon pleaded guilty to fraud, money laundering, and conspiracy.
Andrews chronicles the events leading up to the 1998 murder of Yale student Suzanne Jovin and does a follow-up to see where the investigation is heading. The chief suspect is James Van de Velde, Jovin's former professor, though he denies any involvement in the crime. Focuses on how the murder has affected New Haven, CT, specifically the Yale community.