by Seth Brumby, Javier Balmaceda, and Xavira Neggers Crescioni Ana Isabel Valle stumbled out of her house at dawn’s break on September 21, the day after Hurricane Maria devastated her Hato Rey, San Juan neighborhood. As Valle walked to

by Kyle Younker and Taylor Harrison HUNTINGTON, West Virginia – Jeffrey Stevens* hit rock bottom early last year when he was arrested in his birthday suit. Strung out on painkillers and methamphetamines, his bare feet aching, Stevens, an unemployed, 13-year veteran

by Pablo Dominguez An investment bank employee creeping into his office to steal confidential loan documents sounds like a plotline from a Hollywood movie. But this scene was part of a larger-than-life story that began unfolding at Citigroup’s Mexican

by Alex Plough The offshore drilling platform built for Gulf Oil in the late 1970s was one of the biggest to leave the shipyards of renowned Texas engineering firm Brown & Root. The structure rose four deck levels high, featured

Lourenco Goncalves was leafing through the pages of the Wall Street Journal one morning in early 2014 when he read that activist hedge fund Casablanca Capital was agitating for management and board changes at Cliffs Natural Resources, one of the