Another massive data leak has cast scrutiny on the world of the ultra-wealthy, but some doubt whether much will change. A look inside the Paradise Papers and at the secretive industry of "wealth management" that makes sure the wealthy remain rich and hidden. Also, in the wake of the shuttering of Gothamist and DNAinfo, how journalism is contending with its "billionaire problem," and a look at the recent standoff between Disney and journalists. Finally, the story of how a Syrian man's journey to the West found him experiencing America's Wild West in Sweden.
- Marina Walker Guevara [@MarinaWalkerG], Deputy Director at The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, on how the group reported the Paradise Papers.
2. Brooke Harrington
, author of Capital without Borders,
on the secretive industry of "wealth management" and the real threat of offshore wealth.
Julia Wick [@sherlyholmes], former editor-in-chief of LAist on the perilous position in which many small news sites find themselves due to billionaire influence.
Bob [@bobosphere] on the recent showdown between Disney, the LA Times and a collection of film journalists.
Micah Loewinger [@MicahLoweinger], OTM producer, on how a Wild West theme park in Sweden became a haven for refugees, and what it tells us about America's own Wild West fixation.