As the next Democratic debates approach, Joe Biden’s advisers are probably giving him a crash course on Spotify; Elizabeth Warren’s are likely polishing a zinger about being pregnant in the workplace.
I agree with Fred Hiatt that a collective fundamental understanding of what is acceptable, what is legal, what supports democracy and what is just plain wrong is being lost [“The defenses of democracy
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Why the government is investigating Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook for antitrust — but not Microsoft
The companies making the software many office workers depend on are at war with each other. And while battles over workplace communication software may sound mundane, they reflect a larger, more pressing