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Together, they’re a concrete sign of a major rethink of antitrust law.
THE FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE ANTITRUST SUITS ARE A WARNING SHOT FOR ALL CORPORATE GIANTS—NOT JUST BIG TECHMATTHEWHEIMERDECEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
So given the fact that we negotiate the spaces around us in the same ways, it seems like we are overdue for a rethink.
NEED A COVID CURE? HAIL A ROBOT REVOLUTIONEUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 6, 2020OZY
For all the talk of a “return to normal,” large chunks of the old normal are due for a post-covid-19 rethink.
WHAT CHANGES AFTER COVID-19? I’M BETTING ON EVERYTHING.MEGAN MCARDLENOVEMBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
There’s also the fact that the company has been undergoing a bit of an executive shakeup among the Pixel line — something that appears to point to a dramatic rethink of the line.
GOOGLE NOW HAS THREE MID-RANGE PIXEL PHONESBRIAN HEATEROCTOBER 1, 2020TECHCRUNCH
All of this calls for a rethink of the hiring practices employers relied on in the past.
DEEP DIVE: HOW COMPANIES AND THEIR EMPLOYEES ARE FACING THE FUTURE OF WORKDIGIDAYSEPTEMBER 1, 2020DIGIDAY
As the novel coronavirus pandemic set in earlier this year, many parents and instructors alike fretted that the virtual experience would stunt children’s emotional and social growth and force a complete rethink of the American education system.
AS A NEW SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS, ZOOM ENDURES A 4-HOUR OUTAGEANDREW NUSCAAUGUST 24, 2020FORTUNE
They had largely to rethink the Philosophies of Aristotle and Plato.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF METAPHYSICS IN PERSIAMUHAMMAD IQBAL
We may listen and read, but the views of others we cannot take on credit; we must rethink them and "make them our own."
FIRST AND LAST THINGSH. G. WELLS

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