Posts By Arik

Global Chip Sales Down on Thailand Flooding

A Look Back at IBM’s Palmisano Era and the China Strategy

How Scary Was the Internet in 2011?

TV Makers Seek Fatter Profits in Thinner Sets

You Know You’re Going to Watch It: All About the Times Square Ball

Will That Be Sir Jonathan, or Sir Jony?

HP Wins Dubious “Worst Footnote” Award for 2011

“Uncomfortable Dance”: Here’s the Sexual Harassment Letter That Got Mark Hurd Fired

Hurd Loses Appeal to Keep Accuser’s Letter Confidential

Go Daddy: Never Mind That SOPA Thing, Look at Naked Danica Patrick

Seven Questions About Printing for Lexmark CEO Paul Rooke

Stratfor Hack Damage Report: 50,000 Credit Cards, 44,000 Passwords

Intel’s Thunderbolt Technology Is Coming to Non-Mac PCs

U.S. Patent Office Leaves Some Coal in Oracle’s Stocking

Obama Likes the Internet, So He’ll Probably Veto SOPA if It Gets That Far

Anonymous Plays Robin Hood With Stolen Credit Cards

Workday Is Looking for Bankers to Help It Go IPO in 2012

Viral Video: First Trailer for “The Hobbit” Movie

Akamai Confirms the Rumors, Nabs Cotendo for $268 Million

Thanks, Oracle, for Harshing the Enterprise Tech Buzz

Oracle’s Lousy Quarter Takes Many Other Stocks Down

What Went Wrong With Oracle’s Quarter?

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald