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Aaron Pressman

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Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Aaron:

Data Sheet—President Trump's A.I. Plan Is Management Consultant Fluff

It’s not even clear to me the U.S. needs an AI policy. Standards and data sharing are things government can do without an executive order. → Read More

Verizon Once Again Has the Best Mobile Network of Any Carrier

Verizon has the best mobile network, according to the second half of 2018 ranking from RootMetrics, followed by AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. → Read More

How Verizon Wants to Get Customers to Help Speed Up Its 5G Mobile Rollout

Verizon opened a new web site to get customers to help lobby local officials in favor of fast deployment of 5G mobile networks. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Goldman Sachs New CEO Is Coming To San Francisco–And What He May Learn

Goldman Sachs new CEO David Solomon will interview Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, the new owner of Time magazine, this week in San Francisco. → Read More

Sprint Goes to Court to Block AT&T's Controversial '5GE' Label as Misleading

Sprint sued AT&T to stop its rival from labeling on smartphones a 4G LTE network connection as "5GE." → Read More

Data Sheet—CEOs From Walmart, Sonos, Mattel Coming To Brainstorm Tech in 2019

Fortune's Brainstorm Tech 2019 conference will include the CEOs of Walmart, Sonos, and Mattel. → Read More

Why T-Mobile Promises Not to Raise Prices for Faster 5G Mobile Service

T-Mobile's upcoming faster 5G wireless service won't cost more for smartphone customers than its current unlimited 4G plans. → Read More

Spotify's Dealmaking Reveals There's Money to Be Made in Podcasting Boom

Spotify spent hundreds of millions of dollars buying two podcasting companies, as the leading music streamer looks for new markets. → Read More

How Verizon Will Spend $1 Billion to Help the Environment

One of the first telecom companies to issue 'green' bonds. → Read More

Chinese New Year Celebrated Amid Increasing Surveillance in China

Chinese citizens celebrated the Year of the Pig, even as their government found more ways to monitor their movements. → Read More

Why You May Be Renting Your Next Kitchen Sink From Ikea

Ikea will let customers lease furniture and return it for resale when they want to change it. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why You May Be Renting Your Next Kitchen Sink From Ikea

Why buy that Billy Bookcase when you can lease it? → Read More

Facebook Criticism Arrives in New Book Called Zucked

A new book about Facebook by venture capitalist Roger McNamee takes a critical look at the company and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. → Read More

T-Mobile's John Legere Promises That Rates Won't Increase If the Sprint Merger Gets Approved

T-Mobile said it would keep its current mobile plan prices for three years if regulators approve its merger with rival Sprint. → Read More

Apple Employee Who Stole Project Titan Car Secrets Is Being Prosecuted

An Apple employee who allegedly tried to steal secrets about the company's car efforts, called Project Titan, is being prosecuted. → Read More

Who Is Bob Swan, Intel's Surprise CEO Pick?

A kid from upstate New York with a long career in finance. → Read More

How Google's Loon Balloon Internet Service Is Heading Into Space

Google's Loon balloon Internet service is sharing its software with Telesat for a low Earth orbit satellite Internet service. → Read More

Intel Makes Surprise CEO Pick After Seven-Month Search

It's a surprise that the chipmaker is going with a finance guy and not a longtime veteran. → Read More

Facebook Profits Continue to Boom Despite Data Controversies

Facebook's revenue and profits grew strongly in the fourth quarter, as scandals around the company didn't seem to deter users. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why the Case Against Huawei Looks Trumped Up

Huawei's alleged intellectual property theft charged by U.S. prosecutors relates to years-ago dealings with T-Mobile. → Read More