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Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple, but His Departure Started Long Ago

Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple, but His Departure Started Long Ago

As the deadline loomed for the 10th anniversary iPhone, Apple Inc.’s top software designers gathered in the penthouse of an exclusive San Francisco club called The Battery. They had been summoned some 50 miles from the company’s Cupertino, Calif., headquarters to demonstrate planned features of the product to Jony Ive, Apple’s design chief, who seldom came to the office anymore from his San Francisco home. For...

July 1, 2019
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Amtrak Has Lost Money for Decades. A Former Airline CEO Thinks He Can Fix It.

Amtrak Has Lost Money for Decades. A Former Airline CEO Thinks He Can Fix It.

The signs are aimed at the thousands of train passengers who rumble each day through North Philadelphia—two banners 14 feet high by 26 feet wide, mounted outside an old package-sorting facility built in the heyday of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

July 6, 2019
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Jim Mattis: Duty, Democracy and the Threat of Tribalism

Jim Mattis: Duty, Democracy and the Threat of Tribalism

In late November 2016, I was enjoying Thanksgiving break in my hometown on the Columbia River in Washington state when I received an unexpected call from Vice President-elect Mike Pence. Would I meet with President-elect Donald Trump to discuss the job of secretary of defense? I had taken no part in the election campaign and had never met or spoken to Mr. Trump, so to say that I was surprised is an understatement. Further, I knew that, absent a congressional waiver, federal law prohibited a former military officer from serving...

September 5, 2019
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Families Go Deep in Debt to Stay in the Middle Class

Families Go Deep in Debt to Stay in the Middle Class

The American middle class is falling deeper into debt to maintain a middle-class lifestyle. Cars, college, houses and medical care have become steadily more costly, but incomes have been largely stagnant for two decades, despite a recent uptick. Filling the gap between earning and spending is an explosion of finance into nearly every corner of the consumer economy. Consumer...

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August 8, 2019
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Opinion | The Cancel Mob Comes Back for More

Opinion | The Cancel Mob Comes Back for More

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/the-cancel-mob-comes-back-for-more-11602091733ByFor the second time in my academic career, I have been canceled. Last week Lexington Books, the academic imprint of the publisher Rowman & Littlefield, decided not to publish my forthcoming biography of a late colonial official, “The Last Imperialist: Sir Alan Burns’ Epic Defense of the British Empire.” It came a mere two weeks before the book was due to ship. At the same time, Lexington Books canceled the new book series, “Problems of Anti-Colonialism,” of which my book was to be...

October 8, 2020
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Opinion | The Unasked FBI Question: Why?

Opinion | The Unasked FBI Question: Why?

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByNew revelations out of the 2016 Russia follies more emphatically underline a question nobody seems willing to ask: Why did the FBI fan a Russia collusion confabulation that it knew was unfounded, false and baseless? The obvious answer is not so much rejected as turned away from: because the FBI, and specifically Director James Comey, had a powerful interest in changing the subject from Mr. Comey’s chaotic actions in the Hillary Clinton email case....To Read the Full StorySponsored Offers

July 21, 2020
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Opinion | Covid Prescription: Get the Vaccine, Wait a Month, Return to Normal

Opinion | Covid Prescription: Get the Vaccine, Wait a Month, Return to Normal

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has lost a lot of credibility during the Covid-19 pandemic by being late or wrong on testing, masks, vaccine allocation and school reopening. Staying consistent with that pattern, this week—three months after the vaccine rollout began—the CDC finally started telling vaccinated people that they can have normal interactions with other vaccinated people—but only in highly limited circumstances. Given the impressive effectiveness of the vaccine, that should have been immediately obvious by applying scientific...

March 11, 2021
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Opinion | It Takes a Superspreader to Know a Superspreader

Opinion | It Takes a Superspreader to Know a Superspreader

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchBy‘Voting by mail is now common enough and problematic enough that election experts say there have been multiple elections in which no one can say with confidence which candidate was the deserved winner.”Another presidential tweet? Some right-wing pundit promoting a debunked theory about mail-in ballots in an effort to delegitimize the election?Try the New York Times . In a front-page news story published just before the 2012 presidential election, the Times cast grave doubt on the reliability of widespread mail-in voting, noting it was much more vulnerable...

September 15, 2020
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The Workplace of 2050, According to Experts

The Workplace of 2050, According to Experts

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/the-workplace-of-2050-according-to-experts-11578499235David Baszucki Just as the movie industry in the 1910s and ’20s went through a blossoming of tools and types of work, of that. Jobs will be more varied, and teams will continue to get larger and more distributed. A [game development] team may be situated in Lithuania with an artist in Vietnam and coders in Argentina. The developers may be 15 years old, as it’s easier to get into the digital economy than a traditional job [at that age]. We’ll see [more] companies where there...

January 8, 2020
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Opinion | The New ‘Gold Rush in Space’

Opinion | The New ‘Gold Rush in Space’

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByWhen the Crew Dragon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico last Sunday—completing the first manned space mission from American soil in nine years—Mikhail Kokorich was exultant. Which is striking, given that he’s Russian. Crew Dragon was conceived and constructed by SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space-transport company. “It’s remarkable,” Mr. Kokorich, a physicist and aerospace engineer, says of the mission, “because it marks the transition of space exploration from the nation-state into the hands of private entrepreneurs.” ...To Read the Full StorySponsored Offers

August 7, 2020
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