Mark Zuckerberg has said he expects half of Facebook’s workforce to be remote within the decade. Twitter has told staff they ...
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Nothing has been more striking or significant than the transformation of the Republican Party, from a moderately conservative ...
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When socializing outside gets harder in much of the U.S., daily life will get more dismal, and the virus might spread even ...
Trader Joe’s has long given playful foreign versions of its name to certain international product lines: Trader José, Trader ...
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In HBO Max’s "An American Pickle," the actor plays both a Jewish immigrant from the 1920s who wakes up in 2020—and his ...
Joe Biden does not know the answers to any of those questions—no one does. But the many uncertainties make it exceptionally ...
In the 1880s, a few short years after the telephone’s invention, futurists envisioned a modern doctor unrestricted by time ...
Change is afoot in corporate America. For the past two months, everyone from Chevron to Comcast and Hershey’s to Harvard ...
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The comedian’s employees say that fame has enabled callousness and abuse on her show. The warm testimonies of her superstar ...
TikTok could persist in many ways in America. None is good.
In countries and cities around the world, the pandemic has had an outsize impact on people of minority backgrounds and those ...
The American mythology of racial progress For liberals shocked and outraged by the election results of 2016, it became ...
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