February 02, 2018

A group of African-American codebreakers during WWII. Courtesy of National Security Agency.

Three Takeaways

More than 10,000 women worked as codebreakers during World War II, but their contributions have largely been ignored Liza Mundy tells their story.

Corporations and brands are weighing in on hot-button issues. Aaron Chatterji explains why that might be good for business.

The jobs that went to China? Well, a lot of them are moving to Africa.

China, Business, Irene Yuan Sun, Africa, Liza Mundy, cryptography, Aaron Chatterji, codebreakers, World War II, corporations

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