Dune Lawrence, Bloomberg

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Past articles by Dune:

Trump Refuses to Release Data on Immigration Crackdown

ICE’s disappearing records make it difficult to examine whether reality meets the president’s rhetoric. → Read More

Wall Street’s Big Gender Lawsuit Is 13 Years in the Making

Cristina Chen-Oster’s fight with Goldman Sachs began in 2005. It just got huge. → Read More

Overstock.com’s CEO Thinks Crypto Can Replace Wall Street

Regulators have some questions. → Read More

How Much Would You Pay to Cure Your Kid’s Learning Disability?

The Brain Balance franchise is selling a 12-week package to tackle ADHD, autism, and other conditions, and parents are buying it. → Read More

North Korea’s Bitcoin Play

Cut off from the world economy by sanctions, Pyongyang is looking for ways to get its hands on cryptocurrency. → Read More

Microsoft Intern’s Rape Claim Highlights Struggle to Combat Sex Discrimination

Documents unsealed in a class action shed light on company’s internal complaints about gender equality. → Read More

The U.S. Military’s Favorite Cyber Platform

Endgame has the Pentagon’s ear in the hottest security software market. → Read More

The Next Big Cyberattack Could Turn America’s Lights Off

Security experts say there’s evidence Russian hackers have breached U.S. utilities and nuclear power plants. → Read More

The U.S. Lags Behind China in Spotting Cyberthreats

Hackers have a head start in exploiting system flaws. → Read More

Can Jigsaw’s Designers Make the Internet Safer?

The Alphabet technology incubator is analyzing the needs of internet users around the world and applying its research to projects promoting security and free speech. → Read More

Drone King DJI Has a Serious Pentagon Problem

The popular consumer drone maker can’t ignore Army warnings about its civilian products. → Read More

The Diesel Scandal Haunts Bosch’s Hopes to Be a Global Giant

The German auto supply king faces a cascade of new claims that it was at the heart of the VW emissions scam. → Read More

Digital Coins Are So Hot, Startups Are Selling Them Like an IPO

More blockchain startups are offering tokens to raise money upfront in an ICO—an initial coin offering. → Read More

Trump’s Long-Time Lawyer Is Just Like His Boss

He tested the presidential waters for Donald Trump and then served as a campaign guard dog, threatening a reporter that he would “mess your life up.” Before long, he was swept up in the questions swirling around the administration and Russia. → Read More

The Global Hack Could Have Been Much, Much Worse

The WannaCry computer hack reached 300,000 machines in 150 countries. → Read More

Seriously, Beware the ‘Shadow Brokers’

The group’s NSA-quality malware release isn’t just another hack. → Read More

Vaping Venture Poses Potential Conflict for Trump's FDA Nominee

President Donald Trump’s pick to head the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb, will be in charge of implementing new rules governing the e-cigarette industry after serving for more than a year on the board of a company that sells vaping products. → Read More

Here's How Russian Agents Hacked 500 Million Yahoo Users

It was June 2013, and U.S. law enforcement thought they were finally getting their hands on a slippery target: Russian hacker Alexsey Belan, indicted in Nevada and California for computer intrusions at three U.S. e-commerce companies, had been arrested in Europe. → Read More

This VR Tool Lets a Company Police Its Networks Like Neo

Virtual-reality software from ProtectWise sees—and displays—the massive blur of data for what it is: a matrix. → Read More

Chicago Wants to Be a Hub for China Stock Trading

An acquisition by a Chongqing conglomerate faces scrutiny. → Read More