Nick Wingfield

New York Times

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Technology reporter for the New York Times

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It's not a sport until you have to test for performance enhancing drugs. Anti-doping policy comes to competitive video gaming.  Cycling has Lance Armstrong, baseball A­Rod.

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It's not a sport until you have to test for performance enhancing drugs. Anti-doping policy comes to competitive video gaming.  Cycling has Lance Armstrong, baseball A­Rod.

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When the founder of Amazon bought the Washington Post, the world of journalism dropped its collective jaw. Nobody even knew it was up for sale.

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