New York Mag (US)
This weeks cover New York Magazine
: “does money make you mean?”
Design Director Thomas Alberty
We’re reading this issue with great interest — and not just because of the crazy dog photos. (Seriously, click through. They get even better!) Lisa Miller’s cover story, “The Money-Empathy Gap,” reports on new research finding that people act more selfish and less ethical when they have more money. Says researcher Paul Pitts:
“While having money doesn’t necessarily make anybody anything … the rich are way more likely to prioritize their own self-interests above the interests of other people.”
Full story here. If you’re intrigued, Kiplinger’s Bob Frick also wrote a story on this subject for our July 2012 issue.