Stents Earn Cardiologist Fortune, Prison Sentence

Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Mehmood Patel earned as much as $6 million a year as an interventional cardiologist before being charged with medical fraud for performing unnecessary procedures. Patel lost his license and livelihood when he was convicted of putting stents into the arteries of people who didn't need them. Bloomberg's David Armstrong reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
How Vanity Fair's New Establishment List Is Created
59:37 - Max Chafkin, a Vanity Fair contributor, explains how the magazine's New Establishment list is created. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang and Brad Stone at the VF New Establishment Summit in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)
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