Joel Warner is the co-author of The Humor Code, a former staff writer for Westword, and has written for Wired, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Boston Globe, Slate, Grantland and other publications.
UC President Janet Napolitano had once seemed ready to raise working standards, but today, say her critics, she runs the 10-campus system like a business.READ MORE
For two decades businessman Bill Bloomfield has poured millions of dollars into political campaigns, and supported George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani and John McCain. He has also used his personal wealth to back former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the gubernatorial effort of GOP candidate Meg Whitman.READ MORE
Joel Warner reports on the Netflix CEO’s attempts to disrupt public education.READ MORE
Born Doris Feigenbaum in 1931 in New York, Fisher and her husband struck modern-day gold in San Francisco when they founded the first Gap store there in 1969. By all indications, Doris and her husband, who passed away in 2009, worked hand in hand building the brand — which, like many global retailers, has also faced intense scrutiny for its labor practices.READ MORE