David Z. Morris, Fortune

David Z. Morris


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Recent articles by David:

Why Big Data Could Create Big Problems in the Stock Market

A new book explains how data analytics could slash the profits and market share of big public companies. → Read More

Nintendo’s New Patent Describes A Joyfully Weird Multi-Touchscreen Game System

Could this distinctly Nintendo concept point to the next Switch? → Read More

Renowned Gay Rights Lawyer Self-Immolates in Protest of Climate Policy

David Buckel was protesting inadequate efforts to limit human-caused climate change. → Read More

Starbucks CEO Apologizes for 'Reprehensible' Arrest of Black Men at Philadelphia Store

Kevin Johnson says he plans to personally apologize to two men who were arrested while waiting for a friend. → Read More

A Fingerprint Pulled from a WhatsApp Image Leads to Multiple Drug Convictions in the U.K.

WhatsApp is encrypted, but Welsh police accessed the photo directly from a suspect's phone. → Read More

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Begins Work on Test Track in France

The track, in Toulouse, France, would be the first outside of the United States. → Read More

Tesla Parts Spotted Piled Outside San Jose Machine Shop: Report

The cache may reinforce reports that Tesla is struggling with quality control. → Read More

Trump Declares “Mission Accomplished” In Syria, and Critics Point to Iraq

The phrase has become a tainted refrain of American overconfidence. → Read More

Syria Attack Could Upend Quiet Oil Markets

An escalation of the conflict there could embroil an array of major regional oil producers. → Read More

Prominent Trump Supporters Skeptical, Uncertain, and 'Sick' as Syria Attack Undermines Isolationist Promises

Trump may lose more of his media allies ahead of November midterms. → Read More

Tim Cook and Sergey Brin Met With the Saudi Crown Prince in Silicon Valley

Mohammed bin Salman has pushed for social reform and economic development in the Kingdom, but his image has a dark side. → Read More

Art Dealer Killed in Trump Tower Fire

A 67-year-old man died and four firefighters were injured fighting the blaze, which centered on a single apartment. → Read More

Facebook Suspends 2 More Data Firms as Cambridge Analytica Fallout Spreads

CubeYou and AggregateIQ share common tactics with Cambridge Analytica — and maybe more than that. → Read More

Netflix Could Pull Films From Cannes in Response to Competition Ban

The streaming service may withhold all films from festival exhibition after they were barred from winning prizes. → Read More

Big Social Sites Are Cracking Down on Controversial Content. What Does that Mean for Society — And for Profits?

Major social sites are going from Wild West to something more controlled. → Read More

India and Pakistan Tell Banks to Cut Ties to Cryptocurrency

It's about to become much more difficult for Indians to buy Bitcoin. → Read More

Facebook Users Would Have to Pay for Total Privacy, Sandberg Says

Facebook's COO admits the obvious - that it makes money by watching you closely. → Read More

Trump Online Store Doesn’t Collect Sales Tax In Most States

President Trump has accused Amazon.com of the very misdeed his own company seems to be committing. → Read More

Here Are a Few Reasons Why Donald Trump Is Taking Aim at Amazon

The President has renewed his long-running attacks on the company. But what's behind them? → Read More

Cloudflare Announces a Faster, More Private Internet Directory

The new DNS service will hide your browsing habits from your internet service provider, while helping you browse faster. → Read More