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Bloomberg Opinion 2m
If an algorithm is inherently designed to divide and polarize, then it doesn't matter whether the app is controlled by a Chinese, Russian or American company — anyone can weaponize it
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Bloomberg Opinion 18m
If an algorithm is inherently designed to divide and polarize, then it doesn't matter whether the app is controlled by a Chinese, Russian or American company — anyone can weaponize it
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Bloomberg Opinion 23m
ICYMI: speaks to about why the U.S. should double down on value-based payments in health care. Watch him on and read his column:
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Bloomberg Opinion 33m
Making states kick in extra unemployment payments is the opposite of economic stimulus
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Bloomberg Opinion 47m
An Amazon warehouse at the mall comes with one big perk: a giant parking lot
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Bloomberg Opinion 1h
President Trump says his goal is to invigorate the American economy. Starving states of funds for political grandstanding will more likely cause the country to bleed out
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Bloomberg Opinion 1h
The fallout from Trump's attack on congressional power might not end with his presidency, says
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Bloomberg Opinion 2h
The concept behind “cancel culture" is just as fuzzy as its predecessor “political correctness"
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Bloomberg Opinion 2h
⚡️ Cities don’t always grow: From about 1950 through 1980, the population of New York City fell. The question is whether something similar might happen again
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Bloomberg Opinion 2h
"Future historians will marvel that we didn’t give our kids crack cocaine, but did give them TikTok," writes
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Noah Smith 🐇 4h
1/Today's post is about big cities, and why they might not bounce back triumphantly after COVID is gone.
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Bloomberg Opinion 2h
TikTok has eaten Facebook’s lunch as a platform for video, prompting Mark Zuckerberg to try to rip it off with Reels, in the same way that Instagram’s Stories ripped off Snapchat
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Bloomberg Opinion 2h
It seems as though President Trump and his advisers are willing to risk inflicting lasting damage on all 50 states and, by extension, the entire American economy
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Justin Fox 3h
Most Americans now know someone who has been infected with the coronavirus. Maybe that will change some things (new column)
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Bloomberg Opinion 3h
The fact that a higher proportion of the population has no paid job than at any time since the war (bar the early months of the pandemic), is disquieting
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Bloomberg Opinion 3h
"I suspect Trump wouldn’t be so obsessed with mail-in voting if he wasn’t trailing badly in election polls," writes
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Bloomberg Opinion 3h
Authoritarian regimes die in unique ways. It is clear that the end has begun in Belarus
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Bloomberg Opinion 3h
A majority of Americans now knows someone with Covid-19, which makes denial a lot harder
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Bloomberg Opinion 4h
The U.S. risks inadvertently reinforcing a regrettable narrative: that dysfunctional politics continue to hamper the world’s superpower’s response to both health and economic emergencies
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Bloomberg Opinion 4h
Cities don’t always grow: From about 1950 through 1980, the population of New York City fell. The question is whether something similar might happen again
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