Why Larry Page Is Stepping Away

Page announced that he would be stepping down as C.E.O. of Google to join Brin in ruling a new parent company, Alphabet, which will include Google, Google X, Calico, and various other ventures. No doubt, there will be conspiracy theorists who seek to explain the move.

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Curating Articles and Art

Flipboard CEO Mike McCue and Whitney Museum Director Adam D. Weinberg took to the Cannes Lions festival stage last week for a conversation moderated by Ken. The two men found common ground that surprised the 24-year New Yorker veteran.

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Matt Dellinger
Remembering Mario Cuomo

Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo did not go all the way in baseball (he couldn’t hit a curveball). Nor did he go all the way in politics. He chose not to run for President in 1992 because his ambition was superseded by his distaste for the groveling, the fundraising, the selling, the motels. He did, however, "go all the way" as a public man.

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What Nick Davies Found Out

He was the indispensable reporter in the revelation of the abuse of power and illegal phone hacking perpetrated by News of the World and the Sun, the London newspapers owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Now Davies has produced a four-hundred-page ticktock of the scandal.

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