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Adam Lashinsky

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Recent articles by Adam:

Why Amazon Remains the Most Fascinating Company in the World

Amazon and its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, draw attention as people wonder if the company has too much power. → Read More

Why Waze Doesn't Share Traffic Data With Google Maps

Google owns Waze but does not share traffic data between the app and its Google Maps service. → Read More

What It’s Like at the Center of the Surveillance Economy—Data Sheet

Startup Envoy is tracking 130,000 people per day who visit the offices of its clients. → Read More

Why Scooter Company Bird Is Worth $2.5 Billion—Data Sheet

The electric scooter rental company just hit a new value on the private market. → Read More

Why, Maybe, Not To Upgrade Your Phone This Year—Data Sheet

Some reviewers say we don't need to buy a new iPhone this year. → Read More

Why Wall Street and Silicon Valley Are Going to War Over IPOs—Data Sheet

Now that Slack and Spotify proved startups could go public without an IPO, the battle for the future has begun. → Read More

Facebook May Be Nasty But That’s Not the Real Question—Data Sheet

Rival Snap is complaining about how it's been hurt by Facebook, but that may not be enough to get the giant social network in legal trouble. → Read More

Fortune’s Most Powerful Women List Is Rich With Tech—Data Sheet

Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women list includes almost a dozen tech CEOs and top execs. → Read More

Why Cities Need to De-Emphasize Cars and Turn Streets Into Parks—Data Sheet

The spread of scooters, e-bikes, and other non-car transportation means cities should convert some streets into parks, says famed architect Bjarke Ingels. → Read More

Can a Mattress Startup Be a Tech Company, Too?—Data Sheet

Startup online mattress seller Casper wants to be known as the "Nike of Sleep." → Read More

The Problems at MIT and its Media Lab Are Deeper Than Jeffrey Epstein—Data Sheet

The head of MIT's Media Lab resigned over fundraising ties to Jeffrey Epstein, but that won't solve the problems. → Read More

Is WeWork Really a Tech Company? The Answer Matters—Data Sheet

Debate around whether the company is in the tech business or just real estate will have a big impact on its IPO price. → Read More

Inside the Private Meeting of Top Crypto Investors and Government Officials—Data Sheet

VC firm Andreessen Horowitz held a secret meeting of top digital currency investors and regulators. → Read More

Why Harvard and Yale Students Can Skip This Computer Science Class—Data Sheet

Lectures for Prof. David Malan's class are all online. → Read More

The Best Way to Thwart Hackers and Cyber Crooks—Data Sheet

Paying so-called bug bounties can reveal cyber weaknesses before hackers attack. → Read More

What Apple Can Teach Your Bank—Data Sheet

With Apple Pay and now the Apple Card, the iPhone maker is poised to make a run at the biggest and most hated consumer financial institutions. → Read More

How Tech Business Interests and Politics Could Clash in India—Data Sheet

Amazon, Walmart, and others are seeking to crack the India market via partnerships. → Read More

Why Wall Street is Losing Control of Tech IPOs—Data Sheet

Slack and Spotify went public without a traditional IPO. many more tech startups could follow. → Read More

How Target Used Less Tech to Succeed—Data Sheet

Target CEO Brian Cornell closed innovation programs to boost sales. → Read More

Silicon Valley's Smokescreen and the Phoniness of 'Thought Leadership'

"Winners Take All" author Anand Giridharadas takes Silicon Valley tech giants like Uber, Google, and Facebook to task while exposing the phoniness of "thought leadership." → Read More