New York Times–Dec. 15, 2017
Nashville — The idea began in February 2009 over lunch with my friend Elissa, someone I like but rarely see. She walked into the restaurant wearing a fitted black coat with a high collar. “Wow,” I said admiringly. “Some coat.” She stroked the sleeve. “Yeah. I bought it at the end of my no-shopping year.
New York Times–12 hours ago
You don’t need brilliant financial analysis skills to notice that Bitcoin is in a bubble. It has grown in value from about 39 cents to over $18,000 in just eight years and recently attracted broad media attention by doubling in just a few days. The conventional wisdom had been that illegal and illicit transactions …
Marketing magazine Australia–Dec. 17, 2017
Looking back: the top 10 opinion articles of 2017 … Looking back: the top 10 opinion articles of 2017. Opinionated and insightful, there’s been plenty of thought-leadership, advice and healthy debate in 2017. Here’s a selection of some of our most read opinion pieces as chosen by you, our readers.
Toronto Star–Dec. 8, 2017
You can find a “glossary” of the labels we now use to differentiate news from opinionpublished in the “footer” of the home page of thestar.com. In brief, news is defined as “verified information based in the impartial reporting of facts,” and opinion as, “articles based on personal interpretation and judgment of …
New York Times–Dec. 16, 2017
WASHINGTON — Jaws drop and drop and drop. Until it seems it will never stop. You would think we would get numb at some point. But no. There are just too many numbskulls. We cannot refresh our browsers fast enough to see the latest stupefactions on sexual violations and Trump violations — which …
New York Times–Dec. 15, 2017
To hear the Christian right tell it, President Trump should be a candidate for sainthood — that is, if evangelicals believed in saints. “Never in my lifetime have we had a Potus willing to take such a strong outspoken stand for the Christian faith like Donald Trump,” tweeted Franklin Graham, the son of the …
Wall Street Journal–8 hours ago
Cybersecurity isn’t easy, but simple principles still apply. Accountability is one, cooperation another. They are the cornerstones of security and resilience in any society. In furtherance of both, and after careful investigation, the U.S. today publicly attributes the massive “WannaCry” cyberattack to North Korea.
The Business of Fashion–Dec. 16, 2017
Fashion’s thorny relationship with body size is dispiriting for consumers and bad for business, argues Alexandra Shulman. Source: Shutterstock. 668 Shares. 5 Comments. By Alexandra Shulman December 15, 2017 05:25. Save. 668 Shares. 5 Comments. By Alexandra Shulman December 15, 2017 05:25.
Slate Magazine–Dec. 17, 2017
After hearing the arguments, Judge Kozinski wrote the majority opinion in Swenson v. Potter. (Disclosure: I clerked for William Fletcher, the dissenting judge in this case. Judge Fletcher did not encourage me to write this letter but I did consult with him to confirm that I have upheld my duty of confidentiality.) …
U.S. News & World Report–Dec. 14, 2017
Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images. By Roslyn Layton, Opinion Contributor | Dec. 14, 2017, at 11:29 a.m.. The Federal Communication Commission votes this Thursday on Restoring Internet Freedom, a proposal designed to return broadband internet access to the permission-less innovation framework that governed it …