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Four airlines have been underpaying passengers for delayed flights and lost luggageTim Cook sells $36M in Apple stock after receiving large bonusFacebook’s automated trending topics are more like Twitter’s—and surprisingly less usefulHere’s a look at the high-speed trains that Amtrak says will be zipping from NYC to D.C. by 2021Where Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump Stand On ImmigrationAmazon attempts work/life sanity with 30-hour workweekAs Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger face shrinking revenues, Vineyard Vines expands nationwideIt’s now easier for gamers to report sexist hate speech on Microsoft’s Xbox LiveMiami, Your Million Dollar Homes Will Soon Be UnderwaterHow Star Wars Can Teach Kids About The Struggle For Civil RightsDJ Steve Aoki’s Netflix Doc Will Make You Feel Lazy As HellJust in: France says burkini ban impinges on civil libertiesKardashian/Jenner clan accused of deceptive advertising on InstagramGoogle could suffer if EU forces search engines to pay publishersExperience John Lennon’s First Acid Trip In This Mind-Bending AnimationWhy The U.K. Is Calling For A Global Ban On A Common Bath Product IngredientThis Short Film Uses The Most Awkward First Date Ever To Shut Down Casual RacismTake a look at Baidu’s new self-driving electric car, the Chery eQThe sale of “burkinis” hits a new highDid The DEA Just Stream The First 12 Minutes Of “Narcos” Season 2 On Facebook Live?Twitter’s Promoted Sticker campaigns reportedly cost advertisers $500,000Mark Ruffalo And The Solutions Project Are Pioneering “Instant” Grantmaking For ActivistsMichael Bloomberg wants mayors to go back to school—at HarvardMorning intel: Apple releases patched iOS update, 2017 iPhone may lose the home buttonSan Francisco Wants Your Help In Redesigning Its Subway SystemLil Dicky’s Trojans, Tiger Beer’s Air-Pollution Ink: The Top 5 Ads Of The WeekSay good-bye to the Home button on the 2017 iPhoneTexas Has The Worst Maternal Mortality Rate In The Developed WorldThe iPhone 7 could have a new feature exclusively for JapanDropbox is requiring that many users change their passwords nowAutomated Fact-Checking Would Improve Democracy–And It’s On Its WayThe Chinese factory making the iPhone 7 is under fire for illegal working conditionsThis App Will Help You Declutter Your Piles Of Unused StuffHere’s how to stop WhatsApp from sharing your phone number with FacebookYou Might Be Undermining Your Diversity Efforts Without Even Knowing It5 Curveball Interview Questions To Ask Final-Round Job CandidatesHow Moderating Focus Groups Has Made Me A Better Manager5 Foolproof Tips To Make Your Mentorship CountFrom To-Do List Hacks To Overconfidence’s Upsides: This Week’s Top Leadership Stories3 Overlooked Reasons Why Gender Equality Is Being Held BackResearchers analyze Instagram for signs of depressionSarah Jessica Parker cuts ties with EpiPen over price-hiking controversyApple will expand in Ireland as European Commission’s taxation ruling loomsFacebook’s image recognition tech is about to become a lot more widespreadFrank Ocean, Apple Music, And The Headache Of Streaming ExclusivesMicrosoft, IBM, and Intel are helping China draft cybersecurity rules: report15,000 more Clinton emails coming September 13That early Apple-1 ‘Celebration’ computer sold for $815KIntroducing hijab-wearing Canadian mountiesMichelle Obama: I’m a product of pop cultureInvestment in commercial space companies appears to be slowingJeff Goldblum Goes Full Max Headroom For Apartments.comTrump Campaign Continues To Send Illegal Solicitations To Foreigners Despite WarningsHillary Clinton’s Dark New Ad Connects Trump With White SupremacistsAn SRO In San Francisco’s Tenderloin Is Getting A $3 Million Zero Net Energy RedesignCondé Nast is reportedly considering a major editorial downsizeMatthew McConaughey Says It’s “Our Turn To Help” Louisiana Flood Victims In New PSAYou should update your iPhone RIGHT NOW—here’s how to get iOS 9.3.5Samsung’s Note 7 Pen Functions Are Still Searching For A Raison D’êtreAre Hollywood Blockbusters Worse This Year? Not Really.Box wants your IRL office to be more VRApple Music: Can Apple Outgrow Its “Lame Dad” Vibe?Volkswagen will settle with dealers over emissions scandalThis Map Shows How Climate Change May Force Animals To Find New HomesCombining Cats And Cards Against Humanity To Fund Feline RescueExplore the wonders of Yosemite with President Obama in VRGoogle Fiber hits speed bumps as Alphabet looks to cut costsOscar Contender Starring Dev Patel And Rooney Mara Was Also A 2013 Google Maps AdUpdated: Tiger Beer Helps Create The First Ink Brand Made From Air PollutionOne of Peter Thiel’s disciples just launched Legalist, a startup that does what he did to GawkerPresident Obama Is Bringing You Along On His Family Vacay To Yosemite–You In?Amazon wants to help you buy your next carDress Your Kid Up Like Willy Wonka With This Roald Dahl-Inspired Fashion LineDear God, What If Jar-Jar Binks Was At The Center Of “Rogue One”?Legendary Screenwriting Guru Robert McKee On Creating Incredible DialogueWhatsApp breaks promise, will now share user data with FacebookUber has already lost $1.2 billion this yearApple CEO Tim Cook hosts fundraiser for Hillary ClintonClimate Change Is Going To Cost Millennials More Than College–If We Don’t ActMorning intel: Uber loses more than $1.2 billion, Apple develops Snapchat-style video appThe Humane Society Asks Children Where Puppies Come FromWhere Clinton And Trump Stand On Cybersecurity And PrivacyApple is working on a way to record iPhone thieves’ fingerprintsThe One Thing That Keeps Dana Loia ProductiveUber will begin testing $2 flat-fee rides in some citiesEverything You Want To Know About How Good Companies Are–All In One PlaceDomino’s is testing pizza delivery by droneApple is working on a new video-editing app to appeal to social media usersThe Science Behind How We Convince Ourselves To Do Hard And Boring TasksMoonshine, Camel Milk, And Ex-Cons: How Outsider Businesses Are Going MainstreamWikiLeaks has leaked info on gay men in Saudi Arabia, which has the death penalty for homosexualityIt’s good not to be home.OFFICIAL RULES: #HyattRegencyContestThe Long-Term Memory Hack That Can Grow Your Network And BusinessThis startup from MIT just beat Uber to the first self-driving taxiFrench official threatens to sue social media users for burkini ban photos5 Ways To Make A Corporate Summer Event More Meaningful6 Things You’re Doing That You’ll Seriously Regret In 10 YearsEvery Data Science Interview Boiled Down To Five Basic QuestionsYou Should Probably Ignore Your Friends’ And Family’s Career AdviceWhy I Started Training Employees To Leave Their JobsJapan is helping Maryland’s high-speed train become a realityItaly earthquake: here’s how you can help victimsMonsanto refuses to go open source, leaves Indian cotton farmers in a lurchFacebook turns on Safety Check for Italy earthquakeWant to see Apple’s AI and machine learning work? Look in your iPhone.Apple has quadrupled R&D spend under CookMeet Proxima b: the insanely close Earth-like planet that could actually support lifeHuh?Leslie Jones website hacked by online bulliesWhy Agency SS+K Made “BFF Trump,” A Facebook Messenger Chatbot With Some Real BiteThis Robot Octopus Swims, Walks, And Creeps You Out, Just Like A Real Octopus23andMe Data Is Helping Find The Genes Responsible For DepressionThis First Look At The “Rings” Reboot Will Probably Kill You In Seven DaysLinkedIn enters the gig economy with an Upwork competitorU.S. slams European Commission over tax probe into AppleLinkedIn Enters The Gig Economy With An Upwork CompetitorFacebook cites “error” as reason for suspending libertarian groupsWhat Pokémon Go’s Missteps Teach Us About The Future Of AR GamingYour Garbage Data Is A Gold Mine“Our Fans Are Part Of Our Show”: How WWE Plans To Keep Bodyslamming For 50 More YearsWhy the London tube is now running trains all night on weekendsLego Gets Down With “Lifestyles Of The Brick And Famous”These Hardware Stores Are Adding “Orca-Friendly” Labels To ProductsOld iPhones Could Go For The Gold At The 2020 Tokyo OlympicsCrash landing of world’s largest aircraft, Airliner 10, captured on videoThe Game Never Ends For One Sportscaster In This Long-Winded French Cable AdRussell Simmons: Hollywood is incredibly segregatedQuestlove is Pandora’s newest weapon against Apple and SpotifyThese Desolate Photos Show How Highways Ruined St. Louis NeighborhoodsMorning intel: Tesla ups the ante with 100kWh battery, Facebook tests autoplay videos with sound“We Burn The Man!” The Art And Science Behind Burning Man’s Big BurnUber partners with Betterment to help drivers plan for retirementBrunswick Park joins technical fabric workwear trendTim Cook unlocks $100 million in bonuses as he celebrates his 5-year anniversary as Apple CEO50 Reasons Why Everyone Should Want More Walkable StreetsIntroducing The First Voice-Activated Hotel RoomTED Talks, But Anonymous: “Sincerely, X” Is A New Podcast Meant For Secret Big IdeasGoogle’s Daydream VR is launching soonA Compostable Car? Meet The Woman Who Wants To See It Happen At FordThis tweet about the EpiPen price increase says it allWhat Happened When I Pretended To Be Outgoing For A WeekHow I Quit My Job And Finally Wrote That NovelHow Working At Facebook, Google, And Pinterest Made Me A Better StorytellerAre You A Good Judge Of Character? Are You Sure?Three Ways To Unlearn Old Habits FasterTapping The Hidden Team-Building Power Of Ropes CoursesSamsung Note 7 screen survives 50 face drops and still worksIs this Samsung’s entrant into the home personal assistant wars?Too brie to fail: why the U.S. government is buying 11 million pounds of cheeseSamsung Pay is one year old, company says it’s done 100 million transactionsFission at BuzzFeed: new News and Entertainment orgs aim for online video dominanceMove over “Gilmore Girls,” “Anne of Green Gables” is arriving on NetflixThe Honest Co. launches a haircare lineCause Marketing Is Slicker Than Ever: Here’s How to Fight BackRefinery29 gets political with Hillary Clinton’s essayTesla’s new supercharged 100kWh battery satisfies need for speedWhat Happens Now That Private Prisons Are Being Phased OutRussian hackers target New York Times journalists, report saysThis year’s Advertising Week is going all in on strong womenGoogle is going to crush your annoying mobile popup adsEmma Stone Melts Our Hearts In The New “La La Land” TrailerPinterest has acquired InstapaperSpotify’s label talks spell out a looming threat: Apple MusicAndroid Nougat’s single most confounding featureWho’s Driving app helps parents coordinate carpoolsVR: where YouTube stars go when they grow upSheryl Sandberg And Arianna Huffington Headline Female-Focused 2016 Advertising WeekSchool messaging app Remind lands on a business modelMIT Researchers Radically Boost Wi-Fi With Smart Routers That Talk To Each OtherElon Musk just tweeted that Tesla is announcing a new product todayPokémon Go has lost more than 10 million daily users in the past monthWho’s Driving app helps parents coordinate carpoolsScientists Have Found How Cancer Spreads Through The BloodstreamWhy Are California’s Gas Prices So Much Higher Than Every Other State’s?The Rio Games Might Be Over, But Nike Wants You To Keep GoingKimbal Musk’s New Accelerator In Brooklyn Will Train Vertical FarmersBargain sale: Bed Bath & Beyond bought One Kings Lane for about 3% of its peak valuationWarby Parker launches its first video gameMarvel And ESPN’s College Football Promo Posters Are A Titanic, Two-Fisted Team-UpHow Twitter Got AngryMeet The Man Who Won’t Give Up On Having His Own MicronationMorning intel: Amazon is reportedly getting into music streaming, Gawker bids adieuIs WikiLeaks no longer an institution that stands up for an individual’s right to privacy?Here’s why Apple and Samsung earn money on smartphones while others don’tSean Parker offered to pay Ian McKellen $1.5 million to dress as Gandalf at his weddingScotland Is The Latest Country To Run For A Day On Renewables AloneUnderstanding The Purpose-Driven Worker (And Why It’s Okay If You’re Not One)The 2020 Tokyo Olympic medals could be made from recycled smartphonesU.S. Cities Want To Totally End Traffic Deaths–But There Have Been A Few Speed BumpsThe Surprising Scientific Link Between Happiness And Decision MakingBill Gates’ new net worth is equal to 0.5% of America’s GDP5 Things You Can Do At Home To Improve Your Life At WorkWhen To Avoid NegotiatingThis Is Your Brain’s Default Setting–Here’s How And When To Change ItWorried You Might Be Laid Off? Here’s What To DoWhatever Happened To Dual-Screen Smartphones?This Augmented Reality Tool Makes Anyone Handy Enough To Be A MakerAndroid Nougat’s launch today is another reminder of Android’s fragmentation problemSamsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Iris Scanner Is A Welcome New Authentication OptionReport: Amazon is planning a $5 per month music service just for Echo ownersThis Formula One-style race car is driven (fast) by robotsSamsung’s Note 7 taking hits in performance tests in the first week after releaseChicken-Scented Sunscreen And Buff Colonels: KFC Is Keeping It OddMore layoffs at Time Inc.The same lawyer who bankrupted Gawker is now helping Melania Trump sue the Daily MailMost dog owners take more pictures of their pet than their spouseRover.com now tracks if your dog walker actually walked your dogLawsuit claims Palmer Luckey stole idea for Oculus RiftOur 2016 NFL (Ads) Preview: All About What Players Do In Their DowntimeFacebook Live is becoming a cable networkOh yay, more Hillary Clinton emailsKFC’s new fried chicken-scented sunscreen will help you attract more sharksHow To Pretend You’re The Smartest Person In The RoomWatch This Charming Old Couple Get Electricity In A Remote Croatian VillageYou do your taxes when you’re happyTopshop will soon integrate electronic circuits into garmentsInduction Cooking Is Way More Efficient, And Even Faster, Than GasAfter Olympics debacle, Ryan Lochte is dumped by SpeedoUPDATE: Speedo, Other Brands Dumping Ryan Lochte After His Rio Olympics DebacleOof, This Supercut Of Awkward Movie Moments Will Put You Off Of Social InteractionHuman Heights Have Changed Dramatically In 100 Years, And The U.S. Is Falling BehindLyft and Uber’s most recent drama, explainedAudi’s 2017 Cars Can Tell Drivers Exactly When The Traffic Lights Turn GreenThis AI hedge fund makes trades better than its makerDid Nintendo Just Become The Biggest Unofficial Olympic Sponsor Ever?Nike wants to be your personal trainerExclusive: Apple’s health team makes its first known startup acquisitionMorning intel: Apple’s health team acquires Gliimpse, Samsung to launch used phone program23andMe:”We can’t keep up with demand from researchers to study our data”Samsung’s S Health update makes it easier to compare workouts with friendsEver dream of being a star? You have 4 days left to apply for Apple’s showWhy Bonin Bough Left Mondelez To Help Shepherd Small Businesses With LeBron JamesApple Acquires Personal Health Data Startup GliimpseBritain’s new PM accused of “watering down” the government’s obesity planThis is why Silicon Valley has given so little money to Donald TrumpBarbra Streisand was sick of Siri mispronouncing her name, so she called Tim CookThis single tweet explains how the NSA hack has vindicated Apple’s fight with the FBIThis Bike Sonar Catches Drivers Who Drive Too Closely To CyclistsThis Future Highway Will Remove Lanes, But Add Public Transit And Space For DronesSamsung will close its Milk Music streaming serviceRide-sharing services in Massachusetts will be taxed to compensate taxisHere’s What It Takes To Get The Most Out Of Corporate RetreatsSee The World’s First Tattoo By A RobotTips For Wowing Investors With A Five-Minute Slide DeckA Guide To Uncertainty For People Who Hate Not KnowingThis 100-Year-Old To-Do List Hack Still Works Like A CharmHow To Explain To Hiring Managers Why You’re Looking For A JobThree Surprising, Science-Backed Ways To Improve Your Decision Making23andMe’s Consumer DNA Data Gold Mine Is Starting To Pay OffA glimpse of the next chapter in the American Apparel saga?Beyond Siri, The Next-Generation AI Assistants Are Smarter SpecialistsThis Underused LinkedIn Tool Can Boost Your Networking Game