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.

Crackdown on Drug Use in E-Game Tournaments

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.

Amazon, the Washington Post and the Future of News

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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