Ashley Gold

tech and policy reporter at Axios

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On Tuesday, President Biden appointed Lina Khan to chair the Federal Trade Commission. She’s 32 and a law professor at Columbia University.

Tech industry critic Lina Khan now chairs the FTC. Facebook, Google, Apple have reasons to worry

On Tuesday, President Biden appointed Lina Khan to chair the Federal Trade Commission. She’s 32 and a law professor at Columbia University.

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As Netflix loses subscribers, insiders reveal that poor leadership and a quantity-over-quality strategy could tank the business.

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Panelists discuss Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, whether sanctions can stop Russia’s attacks in Ukraine, and Twitter’s new edit button.

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“Peanut Man” (Robert Sanchez) has been selling concessions at Dodger Stadium for some 50 years. “You're gonna get hurt. You might slip on nacho cheese,” he says.

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Panelists discuss Sweden and Russia’s bids to join NATO, the push to unionize, and what modern centrism looks like.

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