Sometimes I talk on film, tv or radio. Sometimes about art, twice a year about time zones, other times about pensions.
Artists and industry insiders shed light on the commercial forces behind the veneer of genius and glamour that often shrouds contemporary art
In this episode, Adam asks what makes art great by illustrating why certain pieces are considered classics (regardless of merit), exposing the masters as clever copycats and revealing how today’s fine art market is primarily a tax dodge for the super-rich. Here are his sources.
40 years ago, the 401(k) was plucked from deep within the tax code and brought into the world. Today, it's the most common retirement plan in the country with millions of people contributing trillions of dollars. But it's not without its critics. Today on the show, The Indicator and Planet Money come together to celebrate the mighty 401(k).