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...temperatures rise, creatures die By DAVID IGNATIUS THE WASHINGTON POST In her 1962...You sometimes have to wonder. David Ignatius is an associate editor of The...Email Archives Commentary by David Ignatius, Washington Post As temperatures...

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Beyond computers for Microsoft By DAVID IGNATIUS THE WASHINGTON POST Scott McNealy, the chief executive of Sun Microsystems, is probably the world's leading Microsoft critic...

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...of Mobil's demise as an independent company offers a harsh lesson in the economics of the global marketplace. By DAVID IGNATIUS THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON -At first glance, it doesn't make sense: Why would Mobil Corp., a huge and profitable...

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...scandal may be the clearest example yet of how business is overwhelming sports. The process is out of control. By DAVID IGNATIUS THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON - A leading candidate for the most arrogant quote of the month (and it's a competitive...

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As temperatures rise, creatures die

...year that effectively bans the federal government from spending any new money to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Is there intelligent life on Earth? You sometimes have to wonder. David Ignatius is an associate editor of The Washington Post

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Journalists in a snit over Murdoch

...secured The Journal as a conservative entity - has moved it beyond liberal reach. Oh groan. The Washington Post's David Ignatius, a former Journal reporter, said strangely in an Aug. 2 column that things began to get tough for The Journal financially...

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