Lydia DePillis
Lydia DePillis
Reporter

Lydia DePillis is a reporter focusing on business policy, including lobbying, government contracting, and international trade, with a bit of urban affairs and infrastructure on the side. She was previously a staff writer at The New Republic and the Washington City Paper. Email her here and follow her on Twitter here.

Latest by Lydia DePillis

New York court guts a groundbreaking health-care fund that would have changed taxi drivers’ lives

New York court guts a groundbreaking health-care fund that would have changed taxi drivers’ lives

Six cents from every fare could have helped pay for health-care services and disability insurance for taxi drivers.

Manufacturing is the most jobless of American recoveries

Manufacturing is the most jobless of American recoveries

We’re making stuff in America again, but the real jobs are coming elsewhere.

Wal-Mart’s price advantage is disappearing

Wal-Mart’s price advantage is disappearing

Target, Kroger and even Wegman’s are eating into Wal-Mart’s low-price lead

The end of men, in one chart

This is why women are now half the workforce, even if they’re not paid as well as men.