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Recent articles by Adam:

Samsung's Leadership Crisis May Be Worse Than You Think

With Jay Y. Lee's arrest, company sails into unchartered territory. → Read More

Why We Love to Admire Tech Companies

The ability to create something new is practically the Holy Grail of business. → Read More

Snap's Valuation, Yahoo's Compromise, and Salesforce's Activist

Snap sets its valuation, Yahoo agrees to a lower price, and Salesforce gains some activist investors. → Read More

SoftBank's Masayoshi Son Zags Again With Private Equity Firm Buyout

With his buyout of Fortress Investment, Masayoshi Son may be showing the good timing that has defined the SoftBank founder's career. → Read More

This Love Letter to Warren Buffett From Bill and Melinda Gates Should Warm Your Heart

Progress report is simultaneously uplifting and sobering. → Read More

Data Sheet—Friday, February 10, 2017

The freeze on President Trump's travel ban still stands. More than 130 companies, including tech giants Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, last week asked courts to halt the executive order freezing immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries. Not only is it unconstitutional, they argue, it's bad for business. Courts have approved a halt while specific challenges to the… → Read More

There Is More to Intel's Drone Razzle-Dazzle Than Meets the Eye

Intel hopes that by providing futuristic gadgets like drones with chips it will catch the next computing wave. → Read More

Silicon Valley's All-American Battle Against Trump

Three distinct arguments: common sense, economic self-interest, and values. → Read More

Apple's Comeback, Amazon's Profit, and Kalanick's Stand

Mulling three of last week's biggest tech stories. → Read More

Apple Reassures a Topsy-Turvy World

Apple reported a fine quarter, its stock raced upward in after-hours trading, and investors are excited about the company’s future. → Read More

From Davos, Predictions for the New World Order

Policy experts envision a future in which America abdicates leadership role on international trade, human rights, and environmental policy. → Read More

Direct from Davos: The Buzz on Tech and Globalization

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, business leaders discuss visions for artificial intelligence, 3D printers, and the Internet of things. → Read More

China's Xi Fires Shot Across Trump's Bow

Chinese President Xi Jinping's extraordinary speech at the World Economic Forum evokes Abraham Lincoln. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Will Probably Automate Your Job, But Only Partially

At least have of today's jobs could be automated in some way, according to a new McKinsey study, but few can be handled entirely by robots. → Read More

What the Sonos CEO’s Resignation Signals About the Audio Company’s Future

John MacFarlane's departure seems as much personal as professional. → Read More

Assessing the iPhone Decade

At the iPhone launch 10 years ago, Steve Jobs bragged the smartphone would transform industries. He was right. → Read More

Alexa Rules, Fitness Trackers Lag, and Other CES Week Revelations

CES 2017 makes artificial intelligence real, with big wins for Amazon's Alexa, and more validation for the power of digital services. → Read More

Yes, AI Will Kill Jobs. Humans Will Dream Up Better Ones

That's why Google Brain co-founder Andrew Ng thinks you need a Chief AI officer. → Read More

Samsung Is Down, But It's Far From Out

The smartphone giant is building up its other businesses. → Read More

Tech's Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Starting companies is a noble endeavor, but we can't ignore ethics. → Read More