Floyd’s May 25 death has sparked a storm of protests and civil strife in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, thrusting the highly charged debate over racial justice back to the forefront of the political agenda five months before the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election. … [Read more...] about ‘A part of history’: Calm prevails over D.C.’s biggest George Floyd protest
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Brett Chapman, a Tulsa, Oklahoma, attorney and descendant of Standing Bear, a Ponca chief and civil rights leader, said he’d like to see the fallen statues replaced by largely unknown social justice advocates. “There are so many people we can honor that will show how we’ve overcome oppression,” Chapman said. “It’ll be a chance for us to learn and reflect.” … [Read more...] about Monuments and statues are falling. But what comes next?
Apple became the most valuable company in the world because it didn’t hesitate to cannibalise its own technologies. Jobs didn’t worry that the iPad would hurt the sales of its laptops or that the music player in the iPhone would eliminate the need to buy an iPod. The company moved forward quickly as competitors copied its designs. I expect Jio will do this as well; learn from what works best in the Indian market, and come out with better technologies. … [Read more...] about The big secret of tech innovation | Opinion
"I have a lot of empathy for what Ross went through and it was a really difficult time for the whole team. And we also had people within the environment being a little bit snakey around it as well in terms of trying to play both sides," he revealed. … [Read more...] about Mike Hesson doesn’t regret axing Ross Taylor from New Zealand captaincy in 2012
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