Andrew Nusca, Fortune

Andrew Nusca

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • Boston Herald
  • ZDNet

Recent articles by Andrew:

This online tool can tell you if your home is likely to flood this hurricane season

More than 14 million U.S. properties are at risk of substantial flooding—and many homeowners don't even realize it. → Read More

Astonishing photos from 2020 California wildfires show hills, homes, redwoods ablaze

Astonishing images from the LNU and CZU lightning complexes in Napa, Lake, Sonoma, Yolo, Solano, Santa Cruz, and San Mateo counties in Northern California. → Read More

Salesforce, Amgen, and Honeywell Int’l will join Dow Jones Industrial Average

ExxonMobil, Pfizer, and Raytheon Technologies get the axe. → Read More

As a new school year begins, Zoom endures a four-hour outage

The San Jose company resolved the issue relatively quickly—but it's a sign that a virtual school year amid a pandemic will be even more difficult than anticipated. → Read More

Tropical Storm Laura, not yet a hurricane, threatens coastal Texas and Louisiana

The storm is expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and make landfall in Louisiana and Texas late Wednesday night. → Read More

Have a federal student loan? Your forbearance was extended to 2021

President Trump issued a new order Aug. 8 to extend forbearance for federal student loans through the end of the year. The reason for relief: COVID-19, of course. → Read More

Teslanomics: How to justify being the most valuable car company on earth

How many vehicles must Tesla sell to make sense of its title as the world's most highly-valued auto company? → Read More

Amid pandemic, top CEOs say digital transformation is accelerating. Where it’s headed? Less clear

At a Fortune CEO Initiative event, the CEOs of Microsoft, Intel, Accenture, and HP say digital transformation is accelerating amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Where it's headed? Less clear. → Read More

Tinder has a new CEO

Jim Lanzone, the former chief digital officer of CBS, is tasked with steering a digital dating company during a pandemic. → Read More

What to know about the latest Jennifer Lopez-Alex Rodriguez bid for the New York Mets

NFL stars Brian Urlacher, Travis Kelce, and DeMarco Murray—among other pro athletes—are reportedly in the mix for the pro baseball team. Here's what they're up against. → Read More

101 Great Things About America (2020 Edition)

This Fourth of July, join Fortune's editors as we celebrate a most unusual nation at a most unusual time in history with our anything-goes list of 100—wait, make that 101!—great things about these United States. → Read More

‘Avatar’ sequel filming begins in New Zealand: Report

Director James Cameron has already arrived in the country, which will end social distancing on June 9 and hasn't reported any new cases since February 28. → Read More

Six Flags reopening: What you need to know

The popular theme park operator will start to reopen June 5. These are the new safety measures you should expect amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

It’s true: ‘Justice League’ Snyder cut coming to HBO Max in 2021

Director Zach Snyder's cut of the popular 2017 superhero flick will exclusively premiere on HBO Max, the company announced. → Read More

Can Jason Blum figure out a way to restart Hollywood movie production?

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions are reportedly working out plans to shoot a low-budget film on the studio lot. It could inspire others wary of COVID-19 complications to follow suit. → Read More

14 CEOs on how to reopen businesses in the coronavirus economy

We asked Fortune 500 chief executives in an array of industries to share how they are thinking about next steps in dealing with reopening during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Quibi 'losing the attention game,' Loup Ventures analyst says

Amid pandemic, the media startup undoubtedly lost its "in-between moments." But its woes go deeper, Douglas Clinton writes. → Read More

Percy Jackson series on Disney Plus: What to know

Author Rick Riordan says he's working on a live-action adaptation for popular streaming service Disney+. → Read More

Endeavor: Reports of our demise are greatly exaggerated

The brash Beverly Hills talent agency led by Ari Emanuel could very well collapse, according to recent reports. Its executive team categorically denies it. → Read More

Gil Schwartz, a.k.a. Stanley Bing, 1951-2020

Under the once-secret pseudonym Stanley Bing, the longtime media executive shrewdly skewered the silliest aspects of corporate life in Fortune magazine. → Read More