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Jujitsu And Business: There’s More In Common Than You ThinkGE CEO Jeff Immelt Says He’s Ready For TrumpJujitsu And Business: There’s More In Common Than You ThinkThree Questions To Ask Before Quitting Your Perfectly Decent JobHow To Promote Diversity And Inclusion During A Month Of Multicultural HolidaysFrom CEOs’ Habits To Keeping Top Talent In 2017: This Week’s Top Leadership StoriesWhat Happened When I Spent A Week Keeping My Mouth (Mostly) ShutElection Day Captured On Film—From Four Very Different Points Of ViewFinding Podcasts May Get Easier With This Public Radio Vet’s New App5 Simple Ways For New Grads To Attract Recruiters’ AttentionFor Seniors Who Can No Longer Cook, This Startup Offers A SolutionThe Science Of Gratitude And Why It’s Important In Your WorkplaceWhy Companies Need To Make 2017 A Year Of ServiceWhy Imagery And Metaphor Are Essential For Business CommunicationsSanta’s Sack Will Overflow With Tech-Enhanced Toys This Holiday SeasonThis Simple Strategy Can Help You Design The Life You WantJill Stein may request recount in battleground statesWhat Trump says he said to Tim Cook . . .Capt. Kirk’s futuristic Navy ship breaks down in Panama CanalTrump wants a cabinet straight out of “central casting,” so we asked someone out of Central Casting their thoughtsDisney Movies Are More Messed Up Than You RememberHow Google’s Pixel Campaign Aims To Bring Its Brand Reputation To HardwareThe Best New Public Design Projects In NYC, According To The CitySamsung will debut glossy black Galaxy S7 Edge next monthHow To Run A Business, The Gilmore Girls WayBen Carson indicates he will be named housing secretaryA Real Central Casting Agent Casts The New Trump AdministrationDigg’s CEO and editorial director are leaving the companyThis CEO Says This Management Technique Could Cut Down 25% Of Your WorkloadWhy Modular Electronics Matter, Even After High-Profile FailuresHere’s the only way to figure out if the election was hacked“We Don’t Try To Top Ourselves”: OK Go’s High-Wire Act Of Creative Control & CommerceAre Lin-Manuel Miranda And The Rock Headed To Broadway With “Millennials: The Musical”?Why Is Something Funny, And Why Should We Care?Morning intel: Facebook courts China, Telegram begets TelegraphA Love Letter To The Humble Fruit StickerHow To Negotiate For The Fees You DeserveWe Have Reached Peak Office ChairA trade body for major publishers sent Google and Facebook a letter urging them to tackle fake newsGermans Can Now Pay For A Subway Ticket By Watching Ads On Their PhonesThese Design Nonprofits Are Doing Great Work–And They Need Your MoneyFacebook wants to get into China so badly it created a censorship toolShould Your Dog Collect Its Own Poop?At This Pop-Up Shop, You’re Buying Clothes For The Homeless–Not YourselfHow REI’s CEO’s Quest For Purpose Inspired Him To Take Back Black FridaySecure messaging app Telegram debuts anonymous blogging platform TelegraphBringing Conservatives And Liberals Together To Talk It Out After The ElectionAI And Robots Won’t Take Your Job For Decades—ProbablyTwitter suspends Jack Dorsey’s account by mistakeThese Are The College Majors With The Fastest Salary GrowthOne Brain Scientist’s Secret To Keeping The Peace During The HolidaysYour Brain Can Do More Than You Think It Can, Says ScienceCrunching The Numbers On Trump’s Plan To Deport ImmigrantsHow To Cancel Plans By Email Without Resorting To Lame ExcusesShould You Apply For Your Dream Job If You’re Not Qualified?Apple’s diversity numbers have barely changed since last yearThis jewelry brand had its highest sales day ever after raising its pricesSamsung Wants You To Give The Gift Of Virtual Reality This Holiday SeasonAfternoon intel: Trump attends meeting with the New York TimesScarlett Johansson wants to become a popcorn entrepreneurBud Light Goes Full Willy Wonka With Golden Cans And Super Bowl Tickets For LifeStudy: Most teens can’t tell the difference between fake and real newsTo Hide This Construction Site, There’s A Living Wall Instead Of PlywoodHeineken’s Tequila-Flavored Beer Desperados Launched A DJ Into The StratosphereA Team Of Students Designed This Low-Cost Device To Prevent Cervical CancerMount Sinai makes a step forward in using machine learning to interpret medical imagesSorry, Santa ain’t bringing you a VR headset this yearHere’s What Websites Know About You, Just From The Way You BrowseTrump Foundation Admits To Self-Dealing In IRS FilingApple now directly employs 80,000 people in the U.S.Can’t Choose Between A Career Or Traveling The World? Bring Your Business Out to SeaThis Thanksgiving, Let A Drone Do All The Work In The Kitchen. Or NotJohnnie Walker Sends The Drunk Driving PSA Careening Into VRLet Your Compulsion To Open Hundreds Of Browser Tabs Do Some GoodReprinting America’s Forgotten 1970s Graphics Standards ManualFrance Will Shut Down Its Coal-Fired Power Plants By 2023Google Can Now Tell You How Busy Restaurants Are In Real TimeWine startup Alit offers radical pricing transparencyMorning intel: Trump not pursuing charges against ClintonToo Badass For Disney: Meet The “Rejected Princesses”This Houston Youth Football Team Is One Of Many Dick’s Sporting Goods Hopes to SaveThe Beautiful, Painstaking Restoration Of The U.S. CapitolJony Ive Designs A Christmas Tree, No Ornaments AllowedHow Companies That Design Offices For A Living Design Their Own OfficesApple is getting back into the Black Friday gameHow Apple Helped Democratize Typography In The ’90sThis Startup Is Teaching Machines To Think, Reason, And Communicate Like UsAmazon is working on “Prime Tickets” in hopes of becoming a major player in concert and theater salesGood People Have More SexLearn How Successful Social Impact Design Firms Work, With These Helpful Case StudiesGoogle launches real-time feature to tell you how crowded your favorite bar isPlaying this video will crash your iPhoneAnki’s AI-Powered Pet Robot Could Be A Holiday Hit And A Boon For STEMIBM’s Unlikely Silo Buster: An Intranet Radio StationThe Gender Pay Gap Is Still Widest In Tech, Says Glassdoor’s Chief Economist5 Habits I Had To Abandon As CEO As My Startup ScaledWhat To Do When Your Client Base Starts Drying UpHow Design Can Curb Discrimination On Airbnb And BeyondDoes Trump’s Rise Spell The End Of Empathetic Leadership?Why Living On Mars Is A Thousand Times Harder Than Visiting The MoonTrump details plans for his first 100 days as president in new videoIvanka Trump splits personal, brand Twitter accountsNew Trump Foundation Filing Reveals Donations From Ukrainian OligarchU.S. Holocaust museum calls on Americans to “confront racist thinking and divisive hateful speech”The stealthy Eric Schmidt-backed analytics firm that worked for Hillary now has a real websiteNextEV’s NIO EP9 said to go 194 mph, be world’s fastest electric vehicleThis Company Literally Wants Your Blood To Sell You ThingsAmazon Sports? Are live games coming to Prime?Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 crisis doesn’t seem to have harmed the company’s reputationFeds reportedly looking into summer crash of Facebook’s giant internet droneThis App Helps Doctors Talk To Families About ObesityThis App Wants To Use Your Android Phone To Help Save LivesKozm wants to make male-oriented yoga outfitsNetflix’s “Barry” Gives Us A Portrait Of Obama As A Young ManMunchery cooked nearly $2-million worth of meals it never soldThis Black Friday, Everlane wants to buy 8,000 helmets for Vietnamese workersTrump campaign accepted $1.3 million in donations violating campaign finance lawsDonald Trump just had dinner with America’s richest doctorUkrainian oligarch Victor Pinchuk donated to Donald J. Trump FoundationAsk a doctor a question via SnapchatWhy some in the “Alt-right” are getting 23andMe’s genetic testsStartup invents technology to protect your iPhone without adding bulkOculus Medium is great fun—but who’s got the time?J.Crew might be spinning off MadewellYour new UPS guy will probably be a chatbotThis Vending Machine Prints Short Stories For French CommutersThe Nonprofit Using Scavenger Hunts To Research Girls’ EducationIf You Need $20,000 Cheetos-Themed Jewelry, They Will Totally Sell You That NowNew York City’s Bacteria-Covered ATMs Are A Window Into The City’s MicrobiomeHow General Assembly Is Helping Companies Increase Diversity“March: Book Three” Is The First Graphic Novel To Win A National Book AwardIn Kenya, Poachers Are Getting Caught With Thermal CamerasHow Brick-And-Mortar And Pop-Up Shops Keep Consumers Coming Back For The ExperienceQuest is the latest to offer lab testing without a doctor’s noteThis Gorgeous Shoe Store In Norway Signals The Future Of RetailObama says he can’t pardon Snowden, but his reasoning doesn’t make much senseDrake Pumps Iron To Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” In New Apple Music AdWhy Nearly Half Of Workers Globally Could Leave Their Jobs In 2017Instagram wants to be Snapchat, adds disappearing messagesDavid O. Russell’s New Prada Ad Is Like High Fashion “Black Mirror”Exclusive: Behind Apple’s new “Frankenstein” holiday adThis Fake Ad From SNL Turns The Liberal Bubble Into a Literal PlaceThis Quaint English House Can Jack Itself Up On Stilts To Avoid FloodsEXCLUSIVE: Behind Apple’s New Festive Frankenstein Holiday AdApple tightens its focus by axing AirPort wireless routersTrump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting BackMorning intel: Snap’s Spectacles arrive in NYC, Facebook vows to fight fake newsThis Chair Makes It Possible To Work Like You’re Still In BedLessons Learned From A Marathon, 26-Hour Design SessionUse The Simplest ToolsPro-Trump Twitter bots ran wild during the U.S. election72andSunny Amsterdam Launches A New Rainwear Brand RaynsieDesigning A Disaster-Proof HospitalNuTonomy will begin testing self-driving cars in Boston soonWhat Corporate Social Responsibility Looks Like During A Trump PresidencyThe Long Game Wants To Make Saving Money As Fun As Buying A Lottery TicketFrom Catastrophe To Self-Sufficiency: How The IRC Assists Refugees At Every StageThese Companies Are Stepping Up To Hire RefugeesInside The IRC: How A Visionary Aid Organization Is Using Technology To Help RefugeesHow Consumer Genomics May Change Everything From Exercise To Skin CareFive Genomics Startups That Want To Unlock Your SecretsGenetics Startup Helix Wants To Create A World Of Personalized Products From Your DNAThe Future Of Neighborhoods: Five Projects That Show How We’ll LiveHow Sweetgreen Is Building Efficiency Into Its RestaurantsThe Founders Of Sweetgreen Are Building A Farm-To-Counter Empire, One Bowl At A TimeUpdates From Our Most Innovative CompaniesThe Fast Company Holiday Gift GuideFour Improv Techniques That Can Help You Communicate BetterHow Pinterest Uses Machine Learning To Keep Its Users Pinned10 Bold Rebrands That Made A Big DifferenceHow Bonin Bough Pivoted From Marketing Guru To Reality TV HostSymantec is buying LifeLock for $2.3 billionApple is replacing some faulty batteries in the iPhone 6sTwo Ways To Handle A Hopelessly Indecisive BossFour Times When Aiming For “Good Enough” Is A Great Productivity StrategyHow Playing Competitive Volleyball Taught Me The Key To Instant TeamworkWhy The Election Won’t Dampen Data Analysts’ Job ProspectsEverything You Need To Know About Elon Musk In A MinuteWhen The Gap In Your Resume Is Time Spent In PrisonLive stream from #NoDAPL protestMark Zuckerberg lays out some ways that Facebook plans to combat fake newsShould Your Physical Size Dictate How You Address A Crowd?Maybe Microsoft Isn’t Ignoring Musicians After AllIn the midst of transition, Trump meets with his Indian business partnersThe cast of Hamilton sends a message to PenceRobots Won’t Try To Kill Us, Says Stanford’s 100-Year Study Of AILet This Hypnotist Show You How To Stay Focused And Achieve Your GoalsThe Next Generation of Ransomware Might Leak Your Data, Not Destroy It7 Rules For Optimizing Your Work Space