Yesterday, Chinese Internet and investment-holding company Tencent purchased a minority stake in Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard. Tencent is a small part of an $8.17 billion deal that freed
This speech was delivered today at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY. Are the markets moral? Should we expect them to be? Moral according to whom? And if they’re not moral, are they immoral?
Google’s autocomplete search results can be a great help when you know part of what you’re looking for, or when you want to be lazy, but they also carry a certain political weight. What they don’t offer
Summer reading plans from the New Yorker staff. This third installment follows parts one and two. I’m writing a book this summer—revisiting Rwanda—and as long as I’m at it my reading is woefully restricted