Pixar Pioneers Win $1 Million Turing Award

SAN FRANCISCO — Pat Hanrahan was a young biophysics student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the 1980s when he decided to give up his work with microscopic insects and join a small group of computer scientists in their quest

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Universal’s Theatrical Releases Will Quickly Be Available in Homes

At the time, Adam Aron, AMC’s chief executive, called Universal’s on-demand plans “categorically unacceptable” and said AMC would boycott Universal and any other studio “contemplating a whole change to the status quo.”

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Barr Urges U.S. Companies to Resist Serving as ‘Pawns’ for China

WASHINGTON — Accusing American firms of engaging in “corporate appeasement” of the Chinese Communist Party, Attorney General William P. Barr called on the private sector on Thursday to get tougher in resisting

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