The TED Talks enterprise is transpartisan and above all that (but really secretly kinda liberal). How does it navigate Trumpism in its first major conference of the new era.
The big thumb of corporatism left two of America’s most iconic companies completely blind to their own missteps.
In his first major interview since being fired for calling Jon Stewart a "bigot," ex-CNN anchor Rick Sanchez talks to Adam Hanft about his bruised feelings, what the media got wrong—and his future plans.
Nike’s new ad doesn’t just insult the departed. Adam Hanft says it insults us all with a transparent attempt to profit off the fundamental American belief in redemption.
Which side of the Obamacare debate is winning over voters and senators? Adam Hanft puts the ads under the microscope. Plus: Watch the best and worst commercials.
He may not be as controversial as Jeremiah Wright, but Skip Gates has become Obama’s latest racially polarizing friend. Adam Hanft rereads Professor Gates’ analysis of the Wright controversy through the lens of the professor’s arrest.
The media may be celebrating Cronkite now, but Adam Hanft says it was they who pushed the veteran anchor out in a futile quest for the new and trendy.
As Obama and Congress, fed by populist rage, crack down on bank credit-card issuers, they’ve let off the two giants most responsible for plastic run amok: Visa and MasterCard.
Team Obama gave us a stimulus. What they didn’t give us was a reason to love it, to hug it, to make it our very own.
Had the kings of Wall Street not been so oblivious, they could have taken some immediate steps to prevent the drastic cuts to their salaries.