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Adam Lashinsky

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Recent articles by Adam:

Visa’s CEO on COVID-19’s effects: “We’re doing very little hiring right now”

Al Kelly says credit-card use has plummeted. → Read More

Apple, Amazon, and Facebook report strong quarterly results

Apple, Amazon, and Facebook saw their stock prices jump after reporting strong quarterly results despite COVID-19. But Google struggled. → Read More

The Big Tech hearing was a good day for democracy

Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, and Mark Zuckerberg testified in Congress via Webex. → Read More

The tech industry needs more skepticism

Fortune's CEO Initiative met online to discuss re-skilling workers, aiding public safety efforts, and criticizing bad uses of technology. → Read More

Wednesday's testimony will be more Kabuki theater than substance

The CEOs of Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon head to Capitol Hill. → Read More

Meet the Netflix new boss, same as the old boss

Chief content officer Ted Sarandos is now co-CEO with Reed Hastings. → Read More

Hiring over Zoom is easy, Stitch Fix CEO says

Stitch Fix CEO Katrina lake is hiring executives over Zoom and overseeing engineers working remotely. → Read More

Why Uber needed to buy Postmates

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is making acquisitions like Postmates to consolidate the food delivery business. → Read More

Tech and drug research are suddenly colliding during the pandemic

IT and health sciences have historically occupied two different worlds in Silicon Valley. → Read More

Jamf IPO filing focuses on Apple enterprise business

Apple has been selling lots of devices to corporations, which is a boon for device management company Jamf. It filed to go public. → Read More

Why Microsoft is bailing on retail

Microsoft said it would close its 83 retail stores and take a charge of $450 million. → Read More

Apple’s chip transition will be a non-event for consumers

Dumping Intel matters more for software developers. → Read More

How to jump from corporate lawyer to Peloton’s top instructor

Robin Arzon made the jump from law firm to Peloton executive and top instructor. → Read More

Just Eat Takeaway will buy GrubHub for $7 billion

The European food delivery service is buying GrubHub, instead of Uber. → Read More

Should Apple buy its own search engine?

If Google doesn't want to pay for being preferred on the iPhone, analysts say Apple would have to make a move. → Read More

Zoom makes a small bet on hardware that could have a big payoff

Zoom Video is spending more money to offer gadgets for its Zoom Room offering. → Read More

Slack's great earnings aren't good enough for Wall Street

Slack's quarterly sales jumped 50% but its stock slumped 12%. → Read More

The digital transformation is no joke

All organizations are under pressure to change because of the coronavirus emergency. → Read More

Free scanned books are just piracy by another name

Book publishers say the Internet Archive cannot make available scanned e-books. → Read More

This moment needs better leadership

Repercussions from the death of George Floyd at police hands played out across the country and on social media. → Read More