Nina’s work has appeared in The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Fortune, and other publications. Here is a selection of her feature articles.
My family used its connections and money to escape the inferno, while others with less money and fewer connections were murdered.
Is Peter Gelb presiding over a leap into the 21st century or the slow decline of the world’s greatest (and most extravagant) opera house?
“The basic truth is that for less than a percent of the income of the rich world, nobody has to die of poverty on the planet,” says Sachs. “That’s really a powerful truth.”
In 1985, the combined wealth of the Forbes 400 was $238 billion, adjusted for inflation. Today, the 400 richest people in America are together worth $1.13 trillion.
In another era, a less manic one, Time Warner might have swallowed up AOL without blinking. But the late 1990s were not normal times.
Thierry Despont is known for creating follies, fin-de-siècle exercises in excess, houses blown up to outrageous proportions that cost $20 million to $50 million.
Levi Strauss is a failed utopian management experiment. It’s what happens when well intentioned but misguided managers run a private company answering to no one.