So, somebody at the NYT has written the most ironic sentence of the year, and possibly of the century.
There are cultural challenges, too. Can the government help turn around a company known for its bureaucratic approach to business?
The amount of clueless git involved in writing the paragraph is staggering, but magnets should attract the second sentence. I believe this is irony in the purest form around. Melt it down and use for pig iron, folks. It doesn't get any better than this.

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