How a German Newspaper Became the Go-To Place for Leaks Like the Paradise Papers | The New Yorker


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Elisabeth Zerofsky on the Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung and its work with the Paradise Papers, which reveal how wealthy individuals and companies use offshore accounts to hide and shelter their fortunes.
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5 days ago by geetarista
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6 days ago by p3k
Earlier this week, Bastian Obermayer, a reporter for the Germannewspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung , showed me into his “war room,” on thetwenty-fourth floor of the…
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6 days ago by skinnyj
This is a fantastic backstory on the Paradise Papers as well as what journalism looks like these days.
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6 days ago by sbooch
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6 days ago by ssulistyo
Earlier this week, Bastian Obermayer, a reporter for the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, showed me into his “war room,” on the twenty-fourth floor of the paper’s office tower, in Munich. As I entered, he instructed me that I was not allowed to take any photographs. via Pocket
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6 days ago by schmitz
Ten reporters at Süddeutsche Zeitung have worked in secret on the enormous, years-long effort to investigate international financial dealings. Photograph by…
6 days ago by jkleske