Jon Gordon

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I work with reporters on the immigration, health care, food and economic indicators beats.

Latest Stories (8)

Boeing is in line for a bailout under "too big to fail" theory

Mar 20, 2020
The aircraft maker is also a space and defense company, "a huge provider of government services," one expert says.
Boeing directly employs about 150,000 people but relies on the broader aerospace industry with 2.5 million jobs.
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Would you wear a smart jacket?

The tech wearables wardrobe is expanding. Are privacy measures keeping up?
Apple Watches are one example of  tech wearables.
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Launching a satellite? Watch out for space junk

The amount of debris in space is complicating private satellite launches.
A SpaceX rocket awaits launch in 2017 in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
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Cloudflare promises to keep users' web data from ISPs

Internet service providers track customers' web data and sell it, so is there a way to keep your information private?
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With ransomware attacks, it's not if, but when

What should cities do to make sure they can still function even if they’re struck?
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Erasing your digital footprint is hard

Apr 2, 2018
Companies track our activity all over the web, so can anyone reclaim their privacy?
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How the future of self-driving cars looks in Arizona

A fatal accident involving an Uber autonomous vehicle has called their safety into question.
A passenger looks on as he rides in a pilot model of an Uber self-driving car on in 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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