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As CEO of Amazon he will be one of the world’s most powerful businesspeople. What do those who have worked with Andy Jassay expect of his tenure?
Economists predict a new "Roaring Twenties" boom post-lockdown. But after the road-map announcement, I felt a trickle of fear between my ribs.
Myspace and Bebo defined millennial adolescence. Are they about to make a comeback?
Use the New Statesman's trackers to monitor the state of the global effort to vaccinate the world against Covid-19.
There are more plausible explanations for the strange events in Havana in 2016 than the development of a new hi-tech communist weapon.
The social network has won concessions in its fight with the Australian government. But across the world politicians’ frustrations with the company have intensified.
To take full advantage of vaccination, Britain should adopt the elimination strategy successfully followed by New Zealand.
Lockdowns have enormous economic, social and psychological costs; they can’t be used to eradicate the virus altogether.
Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian examine Boris Johnson's plans to ease lockdown restrictions.
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After a year of disappointment and dashed expectations, there is finally real cause for optimism that the pandemic is ending.
The Digital Services and Markets Act is the greatest regulatory threat that Big Tech has ever faced. But the industry is fighting back.