Adam Lashinsky, Fortune

Adam Lashinsky


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Past articles by Adam:

How the NBA kept the bubble from bursting

To save its season, the NBA took on giant costs and a massive logistical challenge. It also partnered with its players on social justice advocacy. The result was a case study in leadership. → Read More

Virtual Apple events just aren’t the same

Fortune's Adam Lashinsky reflects on Apple in the midst of a pandemic year in his final column for Fortune's Data Sheet technology newsletter. → Read More

Amazon the innovator or Amazon the violator?

Is the e-commerce giant doing more harm than good? → Read More

Is BP really going ‘beyond petroleum’ this time around?

BP wants to move away from relying on oil and gas extraction and focus on alternative energy. → Read More

IBM finally gets rid of some business to focus on the one that matters

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna is spinning off IBM's IT outsourcing services unit to focus on cloud and quantum computing. → Read More

Does Elon Musk even need a PR department?

Why should one of the world's most popular tweeters pay for media handling. → Read More

How Gitlab is adjusting to work from home

Flexible work is the answer. → Read More

A goodbye after 19 years

Adam lashinsky is leaving Fortune after 19 years at the magazine → Read More

The case for a virtual commute when working from home

Microsoft's Teams app is adding a virtual commute feature to give people working from home time to reset. → Read More

You should know the new CEO of this software company

Corel owner KKR hired former OpenTable CEO Christa Quarles to expand the business. → Read More

eBay's pathetic, power-hungry pranksters

The eBay scandal marks a new low for Silicon Valley. → Read More

Consumer A.I. apps had to be reprogrammed

Consumer behavior changed under COVID-19, making A.I. algorithms in need of updates. → Read More

Allbirds makes running shoes with all-natural materials

Allbirds is expanding into running shoes and needs special wool to make them. → Read More

The Trump administration’s TikTok policy is incoherent

The world’s leading democracy abandons free markets and due process, not for national security reasons but for show. → Read More

Democracy depends on Washington improving its tech

The U.S. government still isn't prepared to fight Russian election interference. → Read More

Move over, Intel. Nvidia’s the best chipmaker now

With its $40 billion ARM deal, the graphics processor maker surpasses Intel. → Read More

Peloton races to the future, but it's still no tech company

The exercise bike company turns a profit for the first time. → Read More

You're not sitting correctly at your home office

Meanwhile, some companies are paying for ergonomic home office furniture. Some are not. → Read More

The complaints of the entitled workers of Silicon Valley

Some childless employees at Facebook are complaining about special treatment for parents. → Read More

Why AT&T is leaving the lucrative ad-tech business

The telecom giant wants to sell its Xandr ad tech unit to help reduce its debt load. → Read More