“Like the N.B.A., we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts,” the show’s creators said in a tongue-in-cheek response. “We too love money more than freedom and democracy.”
Tiffany HsuThe creators of "South Park" issued a fake apology after running afoul of Chinese censors:
“Like the N.B.A., we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts. We too love money more than freedom and democracy.”
The case seemed cold when a Miami Herald investigative journalist started looking into it. Then she persuaded accusers to tell their stories.
Tiffany HsuProsecutors on the Jeffrey Epstein case owe a lot to @jkbjournalist, the Miami Herald reporter who accumulated so much documentation while investigating the financier that she filled up her spare bedroom with papers.
An approach meant to treat students as investments rather than cash cows is being tested by Lambda School, an online learning start-up.
Tiffany HsuStudent debt is at a record high. Could free tuition and earnings payback plans via income share agreements (put into practice by the Lambda School startup) be a solution? nyti.ms/2RARQkr@andrewrsorkin
A federal judge, in approving a preliminary injunction sought by states, cited the potential harm caused “if the existing restrictions are withdrawn.”
Tiffany HsuCody Wilson’s First Amendment rights in the 3-D printed guns case “are dwarfed by the irreparable harms the states are likely to suffer if the existing restrictions are withdrawn,” the judge wrote.
Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer notice.
Tiffany HsuA government proposal seeks to exempt coffee from cancer warnings. “It’s like, if someone told you that music causes cancer, you’d have a problem with that,” one coffee industry rep told me.
With Chipotle trying its hand at new products, we offer a sampling of some of the more outrageous attempts at menu innovation by restaurant chains.
Tiffany HsuHere's fast food that has been described as a "deathtrap" and "more kitsch than delish," that comes in meat wrapped in more meat (and sometimes a donut), that kind of hurts just to look at. Meet the Double Down, the McRib and other Cronuts of quick-serve.
An executive at the giant retailer signed a document that indicated the property was being purchased with a loan from a large shelter operator.
Tiffany HsuWhen Walmart sold an old Texas store, it stipulated that the space not become a billiards parlor, a video store selling NC-17 films or a facility with nude or bathing suit-clad dancers. It is now a shelter housing 1,500 migrant children. nyti.ms/2MGCXrB@mcorkery5
A first-person account from a reporter who grew up in South Korea and describes what the Trump-Kim summit means to someone for whom the division of the Korean peninsula has been a fact of life.
Tiffany HsuA reporter born in South Korea, working for an American paper, on the assignment of a lifetime covering the #TrumpKimSummit in Singapore. @vicjkim reflects poignantly on the experience.
When he appears before Congress this week, Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, will issue a broad apology for failing to prevent the mishandling of personal data and other abuses.
Tiffany HsuMark Zuckerberg's Congressional apology: “We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was a big mistake. It was my mistake, and I’m sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here.”
Fast fashion giants like H&M and Zara are hiring diversity managers and using screening technologies to catch offensive designs before shoppers do.
Tiffany HsuRacist hoodies, offensive skirts, sexist T-shirts, tone-deaf accessories: Retailers repeatedly fail to catch distasteful products before they go on sale. H&M's new diversity manager, hired after a recent gaffe, talks for the first time about the situation.
The banking and financial services giant is the first on Wall Street to create gun control policies after the massacre in Parkland, Fla.
Tiffany HsuIn the boldest move yet by Wall Street on gun control, in response to calls by @andrewrsorkin, Citigroup said it will stop working with clients and partners unless they abide by certain firearms restrictions.