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Andrew Nusca

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • Boston Herald
  • ZDNet

Recent articles by Andrew:

Fortune.com Has a New Homepage Design for 2018

It's the first major facelift to Fortune's website in four years. → Read More

More Than Half of Companies Aren't Prepared to Use Today's Top Technologies

Ahead of Dell Technologies World, Jeff Clarke discusses how companies are facing artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, and security. → Read More

Teaching Kids to Code Is Overrated

Seriously. → Read More

How John Doerr Keeps Companies On the Right Track

The venture capitalist's playbook contains a simple but important acronym. → Read More

How Mark Zuckerberg Is Dealing With Facebook's Crisis

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to reporters on Wednesday and took responsibility for data leaks and other problems at the company. → Read More

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Takes Responsibility for Problems

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took responsibility for the problems engulfing the company, starting with data misuse by Cambridge Analytica. → Read More

Apple Seeks Control Of Key Technology With Possible Intel Chip End

Apple wants to control key technologies in its products, which may prompt a shift away from Intel CPUs. → Read More

Data Sheet—Apple's Chip Move Signals Desire to Control Key Technologies

Apple reportredly wants to design its own CPU chips for its Mac and MacBook lines of computers, displacing chips made by Intel. → Read More

1 in 5 University Students Used Loan Money for Cryptocurrency Investments

Some college students have a rather flexible definition of the term "living expenses," according to a small survey. → Read More

A Burnout Culture Led to Record Attrition at PwC. So It Changed Its Approach.

Millennial employees balked at inflexible work policies. But so did others. → Read More

Black Lung Is a Growing Problem in Appalachia

The number of cases is climbing, according to a new report. → Read More

Is Snapchat's Redesign Brilliant or a Blunder?

A disruptive change to the mobile app has some users up in arms. → Read More

Why We Need a Universal Flu Vaccine

A pandemic would cost $4.8% of GDP today. That's $3 trillion. → Read More

A Cure for Her Son's Bone Cancer Proved Elusive. So She Resolved to Punch It in the Face.

With Because of Daniel, NASA space engineer Theresa Beech is using her scientific approach to pursue a cure to her late son's osteosarcoma. → Read More

It's Time for Tech Companies to Build More Humane Products

Former Google design ethicist Tristan Harris is tired of technology demanding our attention. → Read More

In Healthcare, the Smart Money Is Focused On Fixing the System

“Dollars follow opportunity, right?” Experts discuss at Fortune Brainstorm Health in Laguna Niguel, Calif. → Read More

Here's the Problem with Today's Human Clinical Trials

"Just how many drugs have we thrown away?" A discussion at Fortune Brainstorm Health in Laguna Niguel, Calif. → Read More

The Problem With Drug Development Isn't Regulation

It's culture, according to experts speaking at Fortune Brainstorm Health. → Read More

Rex Tillerson, Removed: CEO Daily Special Afternoon Edition for March 13, 2018

The former ExxonMobil CEO is relinquished of his Secretary of State role. → Read More

Read 7 Fortune Stories That Won 'Best in Business' Awards from SABEW

We're so excited. → Read More