Latest articles Tuesday July 26, 2016

  1. Why Julia Hartz’s move to CEO was a big move for her, her daughters, and women in tech

    A new husband, a company, and a baby: Inside the two years that forever changed Julia Hartz’s life.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Gender Wars desk

  2. From the archive: The Neocon, The Messiah, and Cory Booker

    Yasha Levine: There’s one unconventional side to Booker’s progressivism that has received much less recognition.

    By Paul Bradley Carr

    From the Politics desk

  1. Twitter’s summer is about to take a nasty turn, according to Morgan Stanley

    Facebook’s paranoia continues to pay dividends; Twitter’s arrogance continues to cost it.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Disruption desk

  2. Shockingly, original journalism didn't save Reddit

    When the hope is “original journalism” can save you, you know this isn’t going to end well.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Disruption desk

  3. NY Magazine survey shows journalists positive about the digital age (except Facebook)

    "Creates silos in which people only see news that already conforms to their worldview."

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