“Everything We Know From Trump’s (Limited) Financial Disclosures” from The Atlantic’s Business team offers a line by line accounting of the president-elect’s FEC filings— more than 200 pages from 2015 and 2016.
Honoring fearless pursuit and expression of truth in journalism; deadline to enter is Friday, February 3, 2017; $25,000 first place award
Recent hires include McKay Coppins on politics, Culture Editor Jane Yong Kim, and Sarah Zhang on science, tech, and health
The Atlantic’s first daylong summit focused on gender, racial & economic disparities in Silicon Valley
Nearly half of Trump’s voters think life in their communities will get better; Two-thirds of white evangelicals feel “excited” or “satisfied” about the election outcome
Politics & Policy audience has tripled in 2016; Politics-focused magazine covers drive record newsstand sales
Online in full today and on newsstands this week
Sophie Gilbert Moves to Staff Writer, as The Atlantic builds out its Culture reporting
For nearly half of our existence, since 1937, The Atlantic has relied on brand advertising to help support our journalism…
In past week, independents and women make sizable shifts to Clinton
Plus: 3rd Annual Silicon Valley Insiders Poll; How America Outlawed Adolescence; and The Atlantic’s historic presidential endorsement
Goldberg to lead magazine, TheAtlantic.com, and Atlantic Studios as The Atlantic continues record growth
Results from newly released polling provides insights on voter sentiment along lines of geographic mobility, religion, age; report and full results online now
Mayors and speakers from Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Albania, and Jamaica; and Detroit, Flint, Philadelphia, Orlando, Seattle, New Orleans, and Charleston, among attendees
Presented by The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute; 9/28 & 9/29 at the Harman Center for the Arts in Washington, D.C.
Speakers include: House Speaker Paul Ryan - CIA Director John Brennan - Secretaries Burwell, Foxx, Johnson, Moniz, Perez, Vilsack - Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - NIAID Director Anthony Fauci - National Museum of African American History and Culture Director Lonnie Bunch - GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt - Plus Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust & Georgetown President John J. DeGioia in conversation with The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates
The site, a must-read for city dwellers, to increase staff across editorial, product, sales, and marketing.
Plus: Jeffrey Goldberg on “What to Do With a Problem Like Bill Clinton”; Molly Ball asks, “Does Political Consulting Actually Work?”; Ta-Nehisi Coates on “The Meaning of O. J. Simpson”; Peter Beinart on “Fear of a Female President”