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The Business Insider editor didn’t get the answer he was looking for when he published what critics are calling a controversy-baiting headline.
Business Insider Editor-In-Chief Henry Blodget caused an Internet firestorm when he asked, “Why Do People Hate Jews?” in a headline Tuesday.
Here’s the story of how it all went down, told through tweets and screenshots.
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David Holmes is a technology and politics reporter. His work has appeared in Fast Company, the Guardian, the Daily Beast, and Stereogum. In 2011, he wrote the acclaimed "The Fracking Song (My Water's on Fire Tonight) based on ProPublica's investigation on hydraulic fractured gas drilling.