Zach Seward

Quartz

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Senior Editor of Quartz, an online magazine

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Netflix has a new parental leave policy that’s generous even by cushy Silicon Valley standards.

Netflix's New, Generous Parental Leave Policy

Netflix has a new parental leave policy that’s generous even by cushy Silicon Valley standards.

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Despite development of new technology, television broadcasters fought long and hard against the introduction of cable.

Internet TV Is Coming Soon, but Is Everyone Ready?

Despite development of new technology, television broadcasters fought long and hard against the introduction of cable.

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