The long legal battle between America’s Test Kitchen and Christopher Kimball, the company’s founder who left and started a similar cooking and media enterprise called Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street, is over. Both sides have resolved their differences, which came to a head in October 2016 when America’s Test Kitchen sued …Read More »
Again, it’s a problem that could be compounded by the move to full-rate production. As Lockheed is responsible for building a much larger number of jets and prioritizes delivering those new aircraft to its customers, the F-35s already in operation will face even stiffer competition for spare parts. Slow and …Read More »
Th end of capitalism red in tooth and claw? The wielders of the claws, America’s top CEOS, now say that they want to do cuddles. As such they’ve signed up to up to a “statement of corporate purpose”. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. From 15p …Read More »
In the beginning, there were inflatable waterfowl. Then came the doughnuts, the Pegasus floats and the novelty coffins. Children have drifted out to sea and across lakes on them. They have terrorized highways, carried by the wind. And last year, on Fish Lake in Chisago County, Minn., a group of …Read More »
And on Wednesday, the same day the F.T.C. announced its $5 billion fine of Facebook, the company also disclosed that it was the target of an antitrust investigation by the F.T.C. But before we get carried away, I thought now would be a good moment to revisit what not to …Read More »
Big tech: America’s Department of Justice is now snapping at the heels of Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook. Will it bite?
America’s watchdogs are barking. But will they actually bite big tech? With the US Department of Justice having announced a broad antitrust investigation into the leading online platforms it’s certainly starting to get interesting. The probe, we are told, will cover how they came to power and whether they engage …Read More »