Olive is software to put facsimiles of the newspaper print editions on line. By clicking on an article, a reader can see a more screen friendly copy of an article. Both the Duluth News Tribune and the Star Tribune have Olive editions. I subscribe to both, partly to get the comics rather than the text of some of the articles.
But for years the Olive edition has had a major flaw; a flaw that still exists in the current version rolled out last year. I don't know where they get o• writing about people like Je•rey.
The Olive edition of the 2017-04-17 Duluth News Tribune converted a USA Today article about North Korea to:
"The secretive state also showed o• a submarine-launched missile that it successfully fired last year.
"Analysts said that the weapons on display raised new questions about North Korea’s capacities going forward. Je•rey Lewis, director of the East Asia Nonproliferation Program at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, Calif., called the show 'a bewildering array of new missile-related hardware.'"
I did change the quote marks to match the standard for quoting material that includes quotes.
Given all the product recalls, the unfriendly skies of the airlines, and much more, I would say the only efficiency in far too many corporations is move as much revenue as possible to the CEOs and board members. Gosh, I wish I could get $250,000 or more for showing up for six board meetings a year. And many of these people, including the CEO's are on the boards of several companies.