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Money: The Dubious Values Edition

On this episode of Slate Money, Silicon Valley O.G. Margit Wennmachers joins hosts Felix
Salmon of Fusion and Cathy O’Neil of mathbabe.org to talk corporate culture.

Topics discussed on today’s show include:

-Theranos faked it til they made it. Then unmade it.
-How Silicon Valley culture hurts everyone.
-How Germany became a net-exporting powerhouse. 

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