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The company’s ban on social discussions forgets that workers are people


Biden’s appointment of two antitrust firebrands leaves little room for ambiguity

Lina Khan, author of the Yale Law Journal article “Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox,” in her home in Larchmont, New York on July 7, 2017.


In both business and politics, leaders tend to overestimate how much they have in common with their audience

Photo: Simon Launay/Unsplash


Object of the Week

Explaining our obsession with the most banal gadget left in the Oval Office

An image of the call button for the President in the Oval Office with the title text “Object of the Week”
An image of the call button for the President in the Oval Office with the title text “Object of the Week”
Photo illustration, source: Brooks Kraft LLC/Corbis/Getty Images


No Mercy No Malice

The S&P 500 registered the best Inauguration Day return since Reagan’s second term

An illustration of President Joseph R. Biden taking his oath on Inauguration day.
An illustration of President Joseph R. Biden taking his oath on Inauguration day.


Object of the Week

They tried to overthrow our government, and all they got was a stupid T-shirt

Trump supporters flying flags near the U.S. Capitol following the Stop the Steal rally on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC.
Trump supporters flying flags near the U.S. Capitol following the Stop the Steal rally on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC.
Photo: Selcuk Acar/NurPhoto/Getty


From Airbnb to massive corporations, companies are openly taking a political stand. Will it last?

Photo: Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images


Off Brand

Corporate America’s sudden change of heart has less to do with politics and more to do with chaos

A big mat with a photograph of United States president Donald Trump
A big mat with a photograph of United States president Donald Trump
A mat with a photographic print as part of the ‘Jump Trump’ photo installation by artists Thomas Mailaender and Erik Kessels. Photo: Ander Gillenea/AFP/Getty Images


No Mercy No Malice

24 hours after a failed coup, the lead story on Twitter is Elon Musk becoming the wealthiest man in the world

An illustration of one of the violent rioters sitting in the Senate chamber well chair from Jan. 6’s attempted coup.
An illustration of one of the violent rioters sitting in the Senate chamber well chair from Jan. 6’s attempted coup.
Illustrations: Scott Galloway


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