David Z. Morris, Fortune

David Z. Morris


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Recent articles by David:

Nasdaq Says It Will Delist Long Blockchain, the Iced-Tea-Turned-Bitcoin Company

Like Atari, Kodak, and others, the beverage company's attempt to cash in on crypto-hype has gone sideways. → Read More

Facebook Will Use Postcards To Fight Foreign Meddling In U.S. Politics

The postcards will help confirm that advertisers are in the U.S. → Read More

MoviePass CEO Says He Could Gut AMC's Profits If It Doesn't Cut a Deal

The subscription service wants to reshape the theater industry, and it's willing to throw its weight around. → Read More

A Japanese Electric Car Just Destroyed Tesla's 0-60 Acceleration Record

The Aspark Owl is quicker than the Tesla Model S and supercars like the Bugatti Chiron. → Read More

UberEATS Driver Fatally Shoots Customer in Atlanta, Police Say

In the upscale Buckhead neighborhood, an argument may have turned deadly. → Read More

Ajit Pai’s Ties to Sinclair Broadcasting Under Investigation At FCC

Decisions that benefit Sinclair Broadcasting are under scrutiny by the FCC's inspector general. → Read More

Google’s Firing of Anti-Diversity Memo Author Was Legal, Labor Regulators Conclude

James Damore's complaint of Google's oppressive culture of political correctness and gender parity eroded. → Read More

'White is Black and Black is White.' A Russian Troll Tells His Story

A peek behind the curtain of the Russian propaganda campaign outlined in the new Mueller indictment. → Read More

Renewable Energy Surges to 18% of U.S. Power Mix

Solar and wind power projects are accelerating, while coal plants continue to shut down. → Read More

How To Track Elon Musk's Roadster On Its Journey Towards Mars

A website called "Where Is Roadster?" uses NASA data to track the Roadster’s course. → Read More

Uber Is Reportedly Planning to Sell Its Southeast Asia Branch to Competitor Grab

The ride-hailing giant has continued scaling back its global ambitions. → Read More

Instagram, After Spreading Russian Election Propaganda, Censors Evidence of Kremlin Corruption

The Facebook-owned platform has complied with Russian demands to silence Alexei Navalny. → Read More

Washington, D.C., Has Given the Boring Company a Permit for a Possible Hyperloop Station

The site is currently a parking lot near the National Mall. → Read More

Visa and Worldpay Are Refunding Duplicate Coinbase Fees

The duplicate charges followed changing rules on cryptocurrency purchases. → Read More

How Russians Used Social Media to Boost the Trump Campaign, According to Robert Mueller's Indictment

Russian 'specialists' impersonated Americans and sowed dissent with shocking effectiveness. → Read More

BitGrail Cryptocurrency Exchange Claims $195 Million Lost to Hackers

But claims of a hack have been greeted with skepticism after suspicious moves by the exchange. → Read More

The Equifax Hack Exposed More Data Than Previously Reported

Tax ID numbers, emails, and additional driver’s license data was stolen along with other private information. → Read More

Oxycontin Maker Will Stop Marketing the Drug to U.S. Doctors

As a wave of lawsuits mount against Purdue Pharma, it pulls back on drug blamed for the opioid epidemic. → Read More

MoviePass Continues Aggressive Growth Push with Limited-Time Theatre-Plus-Streaming Bundle

The combination of streaming and theater tickets should help continue the company's explosive growth, and give it more leverage to profit. → Read More

Fox News Deletes VP’s Op-Ed Slamming 'Darker, Gayer, Different' U.S. Olympic Team

John Moody's column argued, against much evidence, that diversity harms team performance. → Read More