Laurene Powell Jobs invested some of her immense fortune in The Atlantic magazine in 2017. If you’ve been wondering what she’s been up to since, Politico (via Philip Elmer-DeWitt) reported a major expansion of The Atlantic’s political coverage, including 10 new job openings. From Politico:
The Atlantic is posting 10 new jobs today, including three White House reporters and two Pentagon reporters. There are also new openings to cover the State Department, intelligence, immigration and politics. The Washington hiring spree is part of a broader expansion announced in February under new majority owner Laurene Powell Jobs and Atlantic Media chairman David Bradley.
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Thanks for the notes. I corrected the wandering malapropism, and appreciate it. 🙂
Jobs’s is correct. The possessive of a singular name is formed by adding an apostrophe and an s, even when the name ends in s.
Cheers, and thanks again.
?If you’ve been wandering – perhaps you mean wondering.
Seriously? JOBS’S (S apostrophe S)