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Jack Nicas
New York Times reporter covering Silicon Valley, particularly Apple. WSJ alum. jack.nicas@nytimes.com | DMs open
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Daisuke Wakabayashi 17h
I spent about 8 months (on and off) working on this story about YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. I wanted to address questions that kept coming up as YouTube's problems started to multiply. Where is Susan? What was she doing? (Thread)
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gabriel dance Apr 13
google has a database called ‘sensorvault’ with the location history on hundreds of millions of devices. law enforcement is using it as a dragnet to search for suspects and victims. these new warrants offer promise and peril, our new investigations shows.
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Erin Griffith Apr 12
He Has Driven for Uber Since 2012. He Makes About $40,000 a Year. via
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Jack Nicas Apr 12
Replying to @JoshEberley
James Posey, 2008 Celtics.
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Jack Nicas Apr 11
Our national treasure at it again: "Ecuadorian Embassy Runs Ad Seeking ‘No Drama’ Tenant For Newly Vacant Room"
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Jack Nicas Apr 11
Replying to @CNBC
I'll be on around 1:10 p.m. ET to discuss our scoop and the latest in the Boeing story.
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Jack Nicas Apr 11
New: About a year before delivering the first 737 Max, Boeing expanded the scope and quadrupled the power of the system now suspected in two fatal crashes. And then the FAA didn't review those changes.
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David Gelles Apr 11
NEW: Late in the design process of the 737 Max, Boeing *quadrupled* the power of MCAS and gave it broader range and authority. The FAA didn’t conduct a new safety review. w and
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Jack Nicas Apr 9
I'm thrilled to be able tell one of my stories on The New York Times's new television show, The Weekly. Stay tuned...
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Jack Nicas Apr 8
Replying to @YELLOW_VEIL
This is fair.
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Jon Ostrower Apr 8
Boeing is buying targeted AdWords on Google with ⁦⁩’s response to the preliminary report into .
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Jack Nicas Apr 8
Replying to @CookeWJ1
The flight-controls system. It is a rough comparison, but its processing power is on the order of a 1990s-era PC. Our sources are former Boeing engineers and others with deep technical knowledge of the jet.
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Jack Nicas Apr 8
Replying to @jacknicas
While we point out a number of common protections 737s lack compared to other contemporary jets, it is important to note that they have long been reliable and safe. Indeed, I am on a 737-800 right now.
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Jack Nicas Apr 8
Boeing's 737 Max is based on a 1960s design, has roughly the computing power of a 1990s PC, and lacks safety features common on other jets. Our look at the history behind the patchwork plane now grounded after two crashes in five months:
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Pendarvis H. Apr 8
Hi! My name is Pendarvis. I’m a journalist from who has a weekly radio show on called . The 5 min shows feature artists & activists from around The Bay Area— talking about what’s going on right now... ish. 1 RT goes a long way.
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Jack Nicas Apr 6
Thanks, Paul!
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Jack Nicas Apr 6
12 teams, 310 players
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Jack Nicas Apr 6
- Been laboring over this one so will turn to you wise ones: Dynasty, saves+holds league. Could use a SS & offload an OF. Was offered Lindor for Harper+Hader. Hate to give up Hader, but tempting. Thoughts?
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Jack Nicas Apr 5
If the shirt doesn't include a Razor Ramon theme, they're doing it wrong.
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David Gelles Apr 5
NEW: Boeing cuts production of the 737 Max and establishes new board committee to review safety of airplane design and development.
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