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The plague of public apologies

Situated at the intersection of celebrity and technology lies one high-profile rite of passage — the public apology. Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and traditional media have all become spaces for politicians, influencers, actors...

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Let people like things

In a few short weeks, Americans will be casting their votes in the 2018 midterm elections. Yet the most divisive issue in our country this fall is not our politics, but our coffee. The return of Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte...

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Don’t give Charlie Rose a talk show

Two weeks ago, Page Six reported that Charlie Rose has been pitching a “Where are they now?”-style show, with him hosting and other serial sexual predators as guests. Because isn’t the #MeToo movement an opportunity to give dangerous men a larger platform than any of their victims?

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