Stephen Gandel

Stephen Gandel is a senior writer for TIME, covering real estate, economics and Wall Street. He joined TIME from Time Inc. sister publication Money, where he was a senior writer for several years. Prior to that, Gandel was the senior Wall Street reporter for Crain's New York Business. He has held positions at Individual Investor and the Riverfront Times in St. Louis. Additionally, his work has appeared in Fortune and Esquire.

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Forbes’ Unfortunate Luge Slip

Whenever there is a big event like the Olympics, you always see business reporters stretching to try to find an angle. Some of it makes for good journalism. The Wall Street Journal’s story on Wednesday on how the luge accident was driven by a desire to maximize profits for the track and its owners is an excellent piece of journalism. …

The Real Economic Cost of Snow

How much does a snow storm cost? Every year, on days like the one we are having today on the East Coast and in the Midwest (according to this map 63% of the United States is covered in snow today), economic forecasters try to estimate the impact of all the white stuff falling from the sky. The numbers are always huge. And they are always …

Tim who?

After reading the Journal today and watching the grilling of Tim Geithner, I had to wonder what you need to do to be a Treasury Secretary and get noticed by the general public. While I do share some of their distaste of Geithner, the Congressmen who think they are winning votes by bashing poor Timmy on CSpan should take note. This from …

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