Burned by legal decisions, Elon Musk is relocating his rocket company to Texas — where he’ll enjoy a new, separate justice system controlled by his ally, Gov. Greg Abbott.
As efforts mount to finally tax private universities’ massive endowment funds, wealthy institutions are fighting back.
Wall Street has its hands all over your pharmaceuticals, and other news from The Lever this week.
Plus, consumers could be protected from insurer meltdowns, dueling communities reach rare agreement over water rights, and rural America scores access to clean water.
A bombshell report reveals that taxpayers spent billions developing medicines that drugmakers say shouldn’t face Medicare price negotiations.
Plus, the truth about your credit cards, the scourge of our distraction economy, Honest Abe’s dying wish, banning your right to cold beer, and much more.
Lever founder David Sirota shares some exciting news about the future of Lever podcasts.
The government is finally attempting to regulate overpriced drugs, but venture capital firms don’t want to lose their lucrative hold on life-saving pharmaceuticals.
The MVC team explores the idea of rural deindustrialization in the 2006 Disney-Pixar animated film Cars.
A new Supreme Court case could be a death blow to federal protections that have been in place for decades.