Penn Little is a journalist based in Los Angeles, United States of America. Penn's career began in the healthcare sector, then he became an entrepreneur in graduate school at the University of Arizona, where he earned an MBA. After three successful ventures, Penn became a journalist, for a reason he calls, "an accident." His first year exposed the broken mental health care industry in Forbes, exposed Acadia Healthcare Company, and it's allegations of inhumane abuse of patients. He performed a thorough investigation into the disappearance of Elizabeth Breck, an Arizona school teacher, and mom-of-two. He also has investigated and is still covering a whistleblower's role in the aviation crisis surrounding the 737 MAX buzz. Penn holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Oklahoma and a full portfolio may be seen at pennlittle.com/publications.
The role of U.S. politics in one of America's most nefarious companies.
The most popular story in the tragic disappearance of Elizabeth Breck within the framework of franken-network, Acadia Healthcare.
The first article on Brandon Nelson, Berkshire Hathaway, and the 737 MAX.
Lyft's unsustainable revenue model is the equivalent of selling 50-cent hamburgers for a dime and a facade is not a strategy.
"Handset financing" appears to be growing at an alarmingly high rate.
The story of an untimely death amidst an aviation crisis. Just prior to the 737 max incidents, one young whistleblower saw something others didn't. An investigation by Katie Mikles and Penn Little tells a great deal about what we believe Brandon wanted many to hear.