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As the UN rules in favor of Julian Assange, Mark Ames examines the dark history of non-disclosure agreements used by the US government (and even Assange himself).
They’re going to be so sorry when they find out who Nilay Patel is.
Meantime some $90 billion in capital sits in the IPO pipeline wringing its hands.
The post where I argue Uber isn’t (merely) an evil company.
If you have to remind people of that, you have the kind problems a new logo definitely won't fix.
Under Mayer's tenure, Yahoo's history could be seen not as so much as a tale of an innovator finding its footing in a mobile economy as much as a hedge fund doing its damnedest to avoid paying taxes.
Imagine Snapchat if it had stayed in Palo Alto…
Pierre Omidyar’s flagship publication, The Intercept, has suffered through a series of humiliating failures. The newest bombshell, which dropped yesterday, is an entirely different matter.
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