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Black Friday and the Race to the Bottom
Unfortunately, it didn’t work. Although a hundred and forty-one million people bought things in stores or online, exceeding the 2012 figure by one per cent, they spent $1.7 billion less than they did...
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HealthCare.gov will work. That means Obamacare ca...
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Obamacare gets another chance
The Obama administration announced over the weekend that it had met its goals for fixing the problems plaguing the federal website for the “vast majority” of users, claiming the site is functioning...
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JFK’s Embrace of Third World Nationalists
Exclusive: The intensive media coverage of the half-century anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s murder was long on hype and emotion but short on explaining how revolutionary JFK’s foreign policy was in...
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Pulitzer Prize winner addresses journalism in the...
Journalists are just starting to see the benefits of emerging technologies, particularly in the field of investigative data reporting,
, dean of the Columbia University School of Journalism,...
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TV advertising - a great secondary medium
TV advertising – a great secondary medium If we can’t quit advertising on TV, we can at least start thinking of it as something to support ideas that live elsewhere, argues
, ECD at Havas...
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Political Scene: Can the N.S.A. Change?
Political Scene: Can the N.S.A. Change? The database of metadata that the N.S.A. has compiled from the phone records of American citizens, Ryan Lizza says, “is probably the most controversial program...
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