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Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt On Fake News, Russia, And “Information Warfare”Casper Defends Its Lawsuits Against Mattress BloggersDerek Jeter On Leading With TrustLiving With The iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 PlusOffice BFF Just Promoted? Don’t Let These Thoughts Ruin YouJust Got A New Job? Make Sure You Go Over These Things With HRFor Managed By Q, Good Jobs Are Paving A Path To ProfitabilityMethane to Its MadnessStreaming Music On The Apple Watch May Not Be Perfect, But It’s Still A Boon For RunnersWalmart is testing out shelf-scanning robots in 50 storesBehind the scenes with Barry Blitt, the New Yorker’s master cover artistThe New York Times is now on Tor as its own Onion ServiceTake These Steps If You Think Your Company Might Be RestructuringThe Catalan parliament just declared independence from SpainThe Health Scare That Changed Starbucks CEO’s Perspective On WorkFrog’s Turi McKinley: Customer-Centric Change Is Key To SuccessWalmart’s Future May Involve Digital Voice Assistants And VR ShoppingLeesa Gives The Homeless A Bed, And Employees A Sense Of MeaningHere’s Why This N.Y.C. Startup Wants Its Employees To Have Side HustlesGamers Can Now Help Find A Cure For A Toxin That Causes Liver CancerWest Elm Plans To Double Its Fair-Trade Products By 2020Questlove And Kenzo Are Not Here For Your ExpectationsRussia’s RT hits back at Twitter after its ads were banned“Stranger Things” Billboards, And A Sea Shepherd Doc: Top 5 Ads Of The WeekiPhone X pre-orders: Sorry, there’s already a waitDroga5’s Social Emotion Score Is Now Integral To Its Creative Process5 Ways Charity: Water Uses Storytelling To Inspire More GivingFor the first time, scientists have observed a visitor from interstellar space in our solar systemWhatsApp now lets you delete messages up to seven minutes after sending themThis Map Shows The 500,000 Rohingya Refugees Displaced Since AugustThree Rules For Creating Workplace Rituals To Improve Company CultureHow A Broken Heart Helped Abby Wambach Find Her PassionSecrets Of The Most Resilient PeopleNow You Can Talk To “Stranger Things” Characters On Your Google HomeAmazon’s stock is skyrocketing after a blockbuster post-Whole Foods earningsAt Milk Bar And Goldbely, Nostalgia Is The Secret Ingredient To SuccessCable TV’s downward spiral continues with more cord-cutting at Comcast and CharterA big pharma billionaire was arrested for opioid-pushing bribesUAW Files Complaint Against Tesla, Claims Workers Were Fired For Being Pro-UnionFacebook now lets you buy tickets right on event pages, thanks to SeatGeekWant To Reach Millennials? Invest In Mobile MessagingBleacher Report’s Secret Weapon For Fighting ESPNMicrosoft might revive its Courier concept with a dual-screen tablet and penShould You Really Start That Podcast? 6 Tips From An Audio Storytelling VetNostalgia Will Rule The Tech-Enabled Home Of The FutureKate Hudson Thinks Memberships Are The Secret To Fabletics’s $250M SuccessHow The San Diego Zoo Is Using AI And Drones To Save Polar BearsTwitter bans some Russians from buying adsGoogle combats the internet’s trust problem with more fact-checkersJoe Biden and Lady Gaga team up to fight sexual assaultWatch: Derek Jeter And Jeff Levick Of Player’s TribuneThis Is How Your Org Chart Is Holding Back Your BusinessUber hit with lawsuit over gender pay discriminationWaymo goes to Michigan to test its self-driving cars in the snowBrown University offers free tuition to students displaced by Hurricane MariaFacial recognition may start ruining your chance to skip schoolPatton Oswalt On Why Trump Is The Worst Distraction From GriefThese 4 Personal Branding Tactics Will Transform Your CareerBy Harnessing Data, Artsy Hopes To Democratize The Art WorldBringing Shirt-Making Back To America, One High-Tech Button-Down At A TimeHow To Convince Your Company To Help Start Your Social EnterpriseThe Wing’s new SoHo space is finally opening. Maybe now you’ll get inFord CEO Jim Hackett: “Dumb” Cars Are Dying But Car Ownership Is Safe—For NowWonder Workshop’s Robots Teach Kids To Be Coders Of The FutureWatch: Kate Hudson of Fabletics And Marc Lore Of Walmart On Listening To Your CustomersAsk These 9 Questions Before Every Meeting To Avoid Wasting TimeSonos is spending $1.5M to fight censorship in the artsThree Myths About Successful Founders That Just Won’t DieSaudi Arabia has granted “citizenship” to a humanoid robotUbisoft Gets A New Mission With “Assassin’s Creed: Origins”Inside Patagonia’s Fight Against The Trump AdministrationHow Sir Kensington’s Upstart Ketchup Brand Built Its Cult FollowingTwitter earnings impress, users up by 4 millionWatch: Soccer Star Abby Wambach And Hannah Jones Of Nike On Challenging The Status QuoNvidia’s CEO: fully autonomous cars will be on the road in 4 yearsFacebook is partnering with dealerships to make car buying easierTrump Is Inspiring A Drastic Increase In Giving To Progressive GroupsFacebook’s Slack competitor, Workplace, is growing fastWatch: Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson On Innovation And EmpathyHow Capsule’s Online Pharmacy Is Riding The Third Wave Of E-CommerceTwitter Q3 Earnings Preview: A Crisis Of ConfidenceLena Waithe weighs in on Weinstein and Hollywood’s serial sexual harassersTrump campaign firm CEO offered WikiLeaks help with Clinton emailsUber’s next gambit to maintain your loyalty is a credit cardHere’s What’s Behind The Intrigue Over The Cybersecurity Firm With Suspected Ties To The KremlinHow Does GE Sell More Medical Devices? With Empathy For PatientsThe Future Of Ad Agencies Might Not Be Advertising At AllThese Are The Ethical Dilemmas We Face As AI Takes Over Our LivesDon’t worry about iPhone X Face ID accuracy, says Apple10 Leadership Lessons From Alexis OhanianBrace yourself: New airline security rules are taking off on ThursdayHow Sweetgreen, Glossier, Away, And Walker & Co. Built Cult BrandsCongress just stuck it to consumers by making it harder to sue banksHow Mathematicians Are Solving For ElectionsMichael Stipe, Patti Smith, and Flea want you to join the fight against climate changeWatch: Lena Waithe And Jonah Peretti On The Power Of Human ConnectionWatch: Ford’s CEO On Injecting Creativity Into A 114-Year-Old CompanyHow Leading Brands Find Ways To Do Well By Doing GoodWhoa, yet another Amazon gadget: the Cloud CamWant To Connect With Millennials? Chill With The PersonalizationHow The Red Cross Has Survived In Crisis Mode For 150 YearsIf You Want To Know What Matters To Gen Z, Just Ask ThemHopper brings its predictive travel-booking smarts to hotelsCities’ Best Bet For Fighting Climate Change Is Encouraging SharingWatch: Jessica Alba And Mario Batali On Turning Your Passion Into A BusinessA Simple Way To Hack Your Brain To Finally Get That Thing DoneHow To Teach Large Companies To Disrupt ThemselvesThis Former Tesla Recruiter’s Most Revealing Interview QuestionThe NAACP is warning black passengers about traveling on American Airlines“Power Is The Ability To Change The Rules”: How Rashad Robinson Holds Companies AccountableAmazon Key is a smart lock and camera that allows for in-home deliveryWhat Don Draper Taught This Ad Agency Not To DoTaryn Toomey: Maybe Your Customer Doesn’t Need To Know Exactly What They’re BuyingApple has reduced the iPhone X’s Face ID accuracy to boost productionHulu has a new CEO12 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Google Maps Could DoWhy 2017 Turned Out To Be The Year Of The Flawed Flagship PhoneWall Street Says Chipotle Pays Too Much–Its Socially Responsible Investors DisagreeTesla is helping Puerto Rico get its power backA Year Ago This Guy Was A Janitor. Now He’s Coding For A Hot StartupWatch: Questlove and Kenzo’s Carol Lim On Collaborating Across IndustriesThe “Reckless Confidence” Of “The Rundown” Host Robin ThedeWhy Ideo’s Fred Dust Thinks We Must Relearn The Art Of DialogueIBM Watson Health Teams Up With The CDC To Research BlockchainPlanned Parenthood’s Knack For Grassroots Activism In The Social EraTwitter just announced some big changes around political adsDelphi just bought self-driving startup nuTonomy for $450MYoga Pants As Everyday Wear? How WGSN Saw It Coming Years In AdvanceHow Barre3 Found The Key To Fitness And Brand Success In IndividualityBuying An iPhone X On November 3rd? Mixed Signals Today On Your OddsThe Met Opera’s Quest To Balance Old And New Is Literally 24/7Gmail add-ons put tools like Trello and QuickBooks in your inboxA Sea Shepherd Documentary Created By Two Unlikely PartnersSlow Day At Work? Try One Of These EnergizersFueling the Future of EnergyAndy Cohen And Cecile Richards On Activism And Pop CultureTerry Richardson barred from working with Condé Nast publicationsHow CoverGirl Built An Ad Campaign Around Multicultural BadassnessYou can now read Stephen Hawking’s PhD thesis for freeWhen it comes to Amazon, Target is a NIMBYHipcamp, The Airbnb Of Camping, Is Changing Flyover Country Into A Big Welcome MatAverage Americans Are Giving Away Less Money And It’s A Big ProblemUber is losing ground among business travelers as Lyft gains, new data showsThese Are The Three Types Of Teams That Will Derail ProductivityThis new bed-in-a-box brand lets you customize the firmness on your side of the bedAllbirds is launching a kids shoe line called–what else?–SmallbirdsTrusting Your Gut: Business Lessons From A Probiotics EntrepreneurHow Warby Parker Reinvented The Eye TestHow Wealthsimple Uses Star Power To Break Through Money AnxietyYou Are There: Google And TBWA On How VR Will Change StorytellingNo, We Won’t All Be Freelancers In The Future Of WorkApple’s iPhone X will be severely constrained at launchEntrepreneur Naveen Jain’s Newest Moonshot? Cure The World Of Chronic DiseaseElon Musk is worried about people who talk of “AI gods”Airbnb just lost its China headThe latest casualty of Amazon’s Whole Foods acquisition is . . . AmazonIt’s beginning to look like there’s a “Weinstein effect”Google’s New Office Will Be Heated And Cooled By The Ground UnderneathFormer FBI director James Comey unmasks himself as Twitter’s Reinhold NiebuhrWhere Apple Recruits Its AI Talent, According To LinkedInHow AI Helps The Intelligence Community Find Needles In The HaystackHow A Spam Filter Sent A Shock Through The Maker Of TasersM.Gemi Feeds Our Luxury Shoe Addiction With Affordable, Italian-Made HeelsFor True Innovation, Don’t Rely On Your Own IdeasAt Plated, The Future Of Meal-Kit Services Is Grocery StoresIs China building a voice database to identify its citizens?A New Way AheadTech’s Duel With Law Enforcement Won’t Be Settled By The High Court’s Review Of The Microsoft Data CaseWhat A Microsoft CMO Did (And Didn’t) Learn At Procter & GamblePayPal has seen the future, and the future is marketplacesUnder Armour Welcomes Syrian Refugee Olympian Yusra Mardini To Its Brand TeamTrigger warning: Facebook is adding more words that turn colors and spark animationsWhy Impact Investing Funds Need To Invest In CreativityCyrus Vance seeks to revive his reputation with a $7M investment in social enterprisesWhy Hello Alfred Is Focused More On Its Workers And Less On AlgorithmsSpotify knows you’ve been listening to that podcast at workAmazon wants you to know it received a lot of bids for HQ2Survey: one in four IT workers are worried that their skills could become obsoleteThis Facebook Exec’s Secret To Keeping Her 400-Person Team FocusedThe Trailer For Daniel Day-Lewis’ Final Film Will Make Your Heart Skip A BeatSnapchat’s poor-selling Spectacles are another bitter blow for smart glassesThe World Lost An Area Of Trees The Size Of New Zealand In 2016Amazon should put its new headquarters in Puerto RicoAndy Rubin’s hyped-up Essential phone is already slashing its priceCNN’s New Ad Campaign Takes On “Fake News” AccusationsFive Steps To Make Your Dry, Boring Work Writing Less TerribleHow This Unique Tooth Floss Turned A Dull Ritual Into A Luxury TreatWeWork just bought N.Y.C. coding bootcamp Flatiron SchoolThis Is Why No One Understands What You’re SayingNetflix Offers A Rare Look Inside Its Strategy For Global DominationThis Simple Task Can Help Curb Your Constant WorryingWhen Artificial Intelligence Meets Actual LifeEncrypted phones are “a huge, huge problem” for FBIFacebook’s translation software got a man wrongly arrestedN.Y.C. has been ordered to share the source code for its DNA evidence softwareKaspersky Lab’s software will undergo an independent security reviewThis Three-Story Tiny House Fits In The Footprint Of A Parking SpaceTesla is building its own factory in ChinaTrump’s win may have inadvertently empowered women, says Susan Fowler