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18.12.18 - 11:36
The Shift: Russian Trolls Came for Instagram, Too (New York Times)
 
A look at posts from the Internet Research Agency reveals that the group used Instagram for several distinct purposes....
18.12.18 - 11:36
Global Markets Follow Wall Street’s Sell-Off as Xi’s Speech Disappoints (New York Times)
 
A speech by China’s leader, Xi Jinping, was a letdown for investors who had hoped for new initiatives on the economy or the trade war with the United States....
18.12.18 - 11:36
The Big Online Dating Rebrand (New York Times)
 
Apps like Tinder, Bumble and Grindr want you to fall in love again (with them)....
18.12.18 - 11:06
On Anniversary of China’s Reforms, Xi Doubles Down on Party Power (New York Times)
 
Xi Jinping, China’s leader, marked 40 years of economic liberalization by arguing that the Communist Party’s firm control must not waver....
18.12.18 - 09:36
Walt Mossberg, Veteran Technology Journalist, Quits Facebook (New York Times)
 
Mr. Mossberg has spent decades chronicling the privacy implications of Facebook’s policies. On Monday, he opted out....
18.12.18 - 09:36
Set It and Forget It. How Better Contraception Could Be a Secret to Reducing Poverty (New York Times)
 
Delaware’s ambitious bid to offer one-stop shopping for birth control is a social experiment that other states will be watching....
18.12.18 - 08:18
A Toaster on Wheels to Deliver Groceries? Self-Driving Tech Tests Practical Uses (New York Times)
 
With driverless passenger services slow to become realities, the autonomous industry is casting about for ways to profitably use its technology....
18.12.18 - 07:06
Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Gets Green Light From U.S. Regulators (New York Times)
 
The two wireless operators are moving closer to a merger following approval from a federal government security committee and other top officials....
18.12.18 - 02:06
New Criminal Charges for Goldman Sachs Deepen Crisis for Wall Street Giant (New York Times)
 
Malaysia filed charges against Goldman for its role in the 1MDB fraud, and in the United States, the bank’s lawyers held talks with federal prosecutors....
18.12.18 - 02:06
Tech Companies Dragged Feet on Russian Interference Data, Reports Say (New York Times)
 
In reports to the Senate on Russian interference, Google, Twitter and Facebook were criticized for their disinclination to reveal details....
17.12.18 - 23:48
CBS Says Leslie Moonves Will Not Receive $120 Million Severance (New York Times)
 
The company announced that Mr. Moonves, who was forced out in September after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, had breached his employment contract....
17.12.18 - 23:06
The Shift: Social Media’s Forever War (New York Times)
 
New Senate reports show that the Russian influence campaign for the 2016 election ushered in a new era of perpetual conflict....
17.12.18 - 23:06
Obamacare Ruling Hits Health Care Stocks (New York Times)
 
A federal judge’s decision to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act is hitting shares of health insurers and hospitals....
17.12.18 - 22:49
Study Shows Big Rise in Teen Vaping This Year (New York Times)
 
Use of other drugs, including opioids, alcohol and tobacco cigarettes, was down and marijuana use was steady, the annual survey of American teenagers found....
17.12.18 - 22:49
What Is a Recession, and Why Are People Talking About the Next One? (New York Times)
 
A brief guide to recessions and what can be done about them....
17.12.18 - 21:48
The Holiday Air Travel Forecast Calls for More People, but Better Screening (New York Times)
 
Improved screening equipment, additional flights and bigger planes to accommodate all the travelers should help. And then, there are the T.S.A.’s dogs....
17.12.18 - 19:48
Channing Dungey, Former ABC Head of Entertainment, Is Going to Netflix (New York Times)
 
Ms. Dungey, who left ABC a month ago, will oversee a broad slate of original programming, including shows from Shonda Rhimes, Kenya Barris and the Obamas....
17.12.18 - 19:48
Update: New Flights to the Caribbean This Winter, an Island-by-Island Guide (New York Times)
 
Airlines are adding seasonal nonstop flights that will help cut down on the travel time between the airport and the beach....
17.12.18 - 19:48
Voter Suppression and Racial Targeting: In Facebook’s and Twitter’s Words (New York Times)
 
A new report says that social media companies have evaded or been misleading about claims that Russian efforts on their platforms tried to discourage voting....
17.12.18 - 17:24
In Paris, ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Cut Sharply Into City’s Luxury Trade (New York Times)
 
Several weekends of violent demonstrations across France have hit the capital’s sellers of high-end goods hard during the year’s most important shopping period...
17.12.18 - 14:48
Carlos Ghosn’s Successor at Nissan? The Board Is in No Hurry (New York Times)
 
The automaker appointed a special committee to review its corporate governance but declined to set a timetable for picking a new chairman....
17.12.18 - 13:48
DealBook Briefing: Corporate America Says It Often Apologizes for Trump (New York Times)
 
A survey of 134 business leaders reveals what’s eating America’s C.E.O.s right now....
17.12.18 - 13:48
Google to Add $1 Billion New York Campus for 7,000 More Workers (New York Times)
 
The company said that expanding its existing operations in Manhattan would allow it to double its local work force over a decade....
17.12.18 - 12:48
Global Markets Catch Their Breath After a Turbulent Run (New York Times)
 
Stocks in Asia ended trading largely muted, while European indexes opened slightly lower, suggesting investors were taking a wait-and-see stance amid a run of volatility....
17.12.18 - 02:48
Mediator: More Powerful Than a Russian Troll Army: The National Enquirer (New York Times)
 
Now that the supermarket tabloid has admitted to prosecutors that it did political dirty work for Donald Trump, here’s a look at its unlikely power....
17.12.18 - 00:06
Some Kotex Tampons Recalled After Coming Apart and Leaving Parts Inside the Body (New York Times)
 
A defect in certain lots of Kotex tampons has caused some users to seek medical attention, their manufacturer said....
16.12.18 - 22:06
Nashville’s Star Rises as Midsize Cities Break Into Winners and Losers (New York Times)
 
Nashville and others are thriving thanks to a mix of luck, astute political choices and well-timed investments, while cities like Birmingham, Ala., fall behind....
16.12.18 - 22:06
Tech Workers Got Paid in Company Stock. They Used It to Agitate for Change. (New York Times)
 
Workers at tech companies like Amazon are starting to use the stock grants that they were paid to turn the tables on their employers....
16.12.18 - 22:06
Facebook’s Version of YouTube Takes Shape With Pranksters, Magicians and Cartoons (New York Times)
 
The tech giant sees Facebook Watch, with its rising number of videos from internet stars, as a key to future growth....
16.12.18 - 22:06
Advertising: Digital Data Gives Billboard Owners More Reason to ‘Love a Good Traffic Jam’ (New York Times)
 
The average one-way trip for commuters in the U.S. is close to a half-hour — plenty of time for marketers to target them in new ways through old media....
16.12.18 - 21:06
Education Dept. Cancels Plan for New Student Loan System and Will Try Again (New York Times)
 
Legal challenges forced the agency to scrap bids for a new website and other tech changes aimed at simplifying the repayment process for millions of borrowers....
16.12.18 - 20:06
Netflix’s Movie Blitz Takes Aim at Hollywood’s Heart (New York Times)
 
“Roma” is just the start of the company’s film plans. Traditional studios and multiplex chains are wondering if the strategy will cause people to skip theaters....
16.12.18 - 20:06
HQ Trivia Co-Founder Colin Kroll Dies Apparently of Drug Overdose, Police Say (New York Times)
 
Mr. Kroll was found facedown on his bed early Sunday after a concerned woman called 911 and asked the police to check on him in his SoHo apartment....
16.12.18 - 14:06
With Interest: The Week in Business: Apple Expands in Austin, and the Fed Gears Up on Interest Rates (New York Times)
 
It's back to the drawing board on Britain’s floundering Brexit attempt. And the border wall is a sticking point in talks on continued funding of the U.S. government....
15.12.18 - 23:42
Health Law Could Be Hard to Knock Down Despite Judge’s Ruling (New York Times)
 
Legal scholars on opposite sides of previous Obamacare court decisions find the legal argument in this one shaky....
15.12.18 - 18:42
How McKinsey Has Helped Raise the Stature of Authoritarian Governments (New York Times)
 
At a time when democracies and their basic values are increasingly under attack, the iconic American company has sometimes served clients in ways that directly counter American interests....
15.12.18 - 18:42
8 Places Where Smartphones Tracked People’s Movements (New York Times)
 
A New York Times investigation showed that data from over a million devices in the New York area exposed people’s daily habits....
15.12.18 - 18:42
As the Trumps Dodged Taxes, Their Tenants Paid a Price (New York Times)
 
A phony business the Trumps created to siphon wealth from their empire drove up the rent for thousands living in their buildings....
15.12.18 - 16:42
Times Insider: Three Months in the Advice Mines (New York Times)
 
What I’ve learned from being our Sunday Business “Work Friend” advice columnist....
15.12.18 - 12:12
Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess. (New York Times)
 
Steve Jobs tried to create a manufacturing culture in Silicon Valley. As one former Apple engineer put it, "It wasn't great for business."...
15.12.18 - 12:12
Investors Have Nowhere to Hide as Stocks, Bonds and Commodities All Tumble (New York Times)
 
For the first time in decades, every major investment has fared poorly. The question is whether trouble in the markets will undermine economic growth....
15.12.18 - 03:42
What Is Talc, Where Is It Used and Why Is Asbestos a Concern? (New York Times)
 
Here's what you need to know about talc and the health-related claims surrounding it....
15.12.18 - 03:42
In Battle Over Johnson’s Baby Powder, Asbestos Opens a New Legal Front (New York Times)
 
Johnson & Johnson says its product is safe. But asbestos, a carcinogen that can exist underground near talc, was a concern inside the company for decades....
15.12.18 - 02:42
Star Economist at Harvard Faces Sexual Harassment Complaints (New York Times)
 
Roland Fryer’s ascent in the economics field was swift. Now he is embroiled in investigations into his workplace behavior....
15.12.18 - 01:12
Big Swings in Stock Market Are at Their Highest Level Since 2011 (New York Times)
 
Stocks across Wall Street are enduring one of the most prolonged periods of volatility of the past decade....
15.12.18 - 00:16
Apple Will Update iPhones in China to Avoid a Ban on Sales (New York Times)
 
The company said it would update the software of iPhones in China to try to resolve a legal dispute that threatens to block certain iPhone sales there....
15.12.18 - 00:16
Education Dept. Will Cancel $150 Million in Loan Debt After Judge’s Order (New York Times)
 
About 15,000 students who attended schools that closed will have their federal loans automatically eliminated. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fought the change....
14.12.18 - 23:12
The Year of Reckoning at CBS: Misconduct Allegations and Attempts to Cover Them Up (New York Times)
 
The network has undertaken a companywide re-evaluation in the wake of the #MeToo movement that has forced three powerful men out of their jobs because of workplace conduct....
14.12.18 - 23:12
How a National Security Investigation of Huawei Set Off an International Incident (New York Times)
 
The chief financial officer was arrested after a yearslong American inquiry into the Chinese telecommunications company....
14.12.18 - 21:42
The Weekly Standard, Pugnacious to the End, Will Cease Publication (New York Times)
 
The decision to shutter the conservative magazine was contentious, with one of its founders calling the closing a “murder” and “an entirely hostile act.”...





































 

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