The NYT piece by Marcia Angell is excellent, really worth reading all the way through. The second part of her article can be found here:
I found the most infuriating bit of information to be that Irving Kirsch had to use the freedom of information act to get the FDA to release all of the study data it had on the antidepressants he analyzed. I assume he succeeded because the patents had expired, so the FDA was no longer able to treat the data as "proprietary". It is really criminal that drug companies aren't forced to release all the information that they've collected about a drug once it is approved.