How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries

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The Irish Times
Richard Gillis
16 May 2019
Business

In 1935, Rob Johnson, the CEO of pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson, wrote an e

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The Washington Post
Bethany McLean
08 Mar 2019
Business

For a few months in 2008 and 2009 many people feared that the world economy was on the ve

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The New York Times
Paul Krugman
16 Apr 2019
Business

When you ask what it is really like to work at a company, you’re likely to hear from recr

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Huffington post
Monica Torres
12 Apr 2019
Business

Ingenious innovations in science and engineering could make for a healthier future for us

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The Spectator
Simon Winchester
25 May 2019
Business

At this year’s edition of the Venice Biennale, the Olympics of the contemporary art world

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The Washington Post
Bilal Qureshi
21 Jun 2019
Business

WRITING IN THE LATE 1940s, the Trappist monk Thomas Merton described how technology seeps

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LA Review of Books
Taylor Fayle
10 Jun 2019
Business

Tech companies want to control every aspect of what we do, for profit.

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The Guardian
James Bridle
02 Feb 2019
Culture

Until recently, economists’ prescription for struggling places was bloodless: let them di

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The Economist
The Economist
21 Feb 2019
Business

“On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous” is Ocean Vuong’s second debut.

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The New York Times
Justin Torres
03 Jun 2019
Fiction

Ben Mezrich hitches his story of technological revolution to a racy human narrative.

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The Irish Times
Rob Doyle
25 May 2019
Business

After death of his infant daughter, Jason Greene’s memoir on grief is brutally honest. Gr

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The Irish Times
Laura Kennedy
18 May 2019
Biography

Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of Ted Chiang’s first sale, 

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The Washington Post
Paul Di Filippo
03 May 2019
Fiction

This bruising yet surprisingly tender tale of urban isolation shines a light on the drift

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The Guardian
Davina Langdale
17 Feb 2018
Fiction