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Report: Tiger Global Mgt. is betting $600M on vaping phenom JuulThis one strategic decision consigned Apple Maps to mediocrityFeds expand probe into Facebook over its Cambridge Analytica actions and statementsCord-cutters feel the pinch as PlayStation Vue joins streaming service price hikesThis Japanese smell tester does away with the need to sniff yourselfSamsung phone bug secretly shares your photos with rando contactsImmigration reform may be dead, but guest worker proposals that benefit agribusiness live onUSPS owes $3.5 million in royalties for using the wrong Statue of LibertyEven Instagram thinks you’re spending too much time on InstagramThe Marines can use small drones to surveil the battlefieldCleveland is moving on without LeBron James—this time minus the jersey burningsThis company wants to sell you plastic-free airWhy Nike ditched a proven winning strategy for the 2018 World CupHarvey Weinstein is now facing even more charges of sex crimesA bug unblocked more than 800,000 Facebook and Messenger usersThis hotel chain is using biometric data to find you the perfect vacation spotTwo weeks after Time Warner deal is approved, AT&T raises DirecTV Now ratesWith its acquisition of Motivate, Lyft gets in on bike shareReport: Netflix, Spotify, and Tinder among the top-grossing apps on iOSPeople are searching the “upside down bikini top” trend, but maybe don’t do it at workFord’s Europe CEO just perfectly trolled Elon MuskReport: Trump and Kim Jong-un may meet in NYC to make your commute a living hellStruggling to be heard at work? Follow this three-step processNut milk continues to be big businessShould you ever accept a promotion without a raise?Here are 5 key details in California’s new privacy lawHow Trump is pocketing our money, visualizedAtlantic Media is selling Quartz to Japan’s Uzabase for up to $110MHow Google cleared a path for companies to buy clean powerWhat’s next for #MeToo in the restaurant industry?77 new movies, TV shows, albums, and books to check out this monthAndres Manuel Lopez Obrador: 4 things to know about Mexico’s left-wing new presidentThis classically trained painter is making powerful protest artBranding luxury in a post-luxury world5 CEOs share their best productivity tipsInternet mainstay StumbleUpon shuts its doorsThe heartbreaking art of a former Border Control janitorHow to optimize your bedtime routine based on your work lifeFrom Muji to Ikea: Why the best retailers think like UX designersWhat it’s like to be one of America’s top fireworks designersOver 800 cryptocurrencies are now worthlessNASA plans to publicly test its quiet supersonic technology this yearUp, up, and Away: the luggage upstart taking on industry giantsPlastic straws are now banned in SeattleA Chinese company is making a “laser AK-47” blaster rifleTesla finally hits its Model 3 production goalsHow Cambridge Analytica fueled a shady global passport bonanzaEmployers in these 3 states just leapt ahead in the talent raceWorld Cup Knockout Phase live stream: How to watch the FIFA 2018 games online without a TVMy three decades at Disney taught me not to fear automationWatch IBM’s TV ad touting its first portable PC, a 50-lb marvelMore tariffs would hit GM at a crucial, transitional momentWhat summer slowdown? Here’s the news tsunami that hit us this weekThere’s only one way for T-Mobile/Sprint to satisfy regulatorsTrump told a prank caller when he’ll pick his SCOTUS replacementHeat wave? Heat dome? Let’s just call it super hot weather, and it’s coming this weekendBig banks are exploiting a risky Dodd-Frank loophole that could cause a repeat of 2008Deaf activist Nyle DiMarco praises Pornhub for accessibility moveTinder finally swipes right on standard cybersecurity practicesWhy sex workers are ditching Twitter for Switter—and why it mattersHow Atlanta United’s innovative recruiting changed Major League SoccerWatch Disney’s amazingly agile robotic stunt double in action5 types of bad bosses and how to deal with themFour ways managers subconsciously sabotage their own teamsStarbucks is giving away BOGO Frappuccinos today—here’s how to get oneAmerica’s slow, scary transformation into “The Handmaid’s Tale”4 emotionally intelligent skills that are overratedDo all those Instagram vacation pics make you jealous? That’s the pointThese low-tech indoor gardens bring vegetables to your kitchenCapital Gazette shooting: Obsessive, grudge-filled Twitter account finally gets pulledHow IBM and Airbus designed a floating robot head for the ISSI left my dream job at Facebook: Here’s the best way to quit a jobDesign is like a drugApple and Samsung’s truce is the end of an era for design10 digital nomads share how they stay focused working abroadHow the Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez campaign got its powerful designWhy tech’s favorite color is making us all miserableTop 5 Ads Of the Week: Netflix diversity, Airbnb travels forwardTrump’s tax law will likely hurt small charities the mostFacebook downplays “ambient audio” tech that can eavesdrop on youActivism built America’s infrastructure once, and can do it againFrom “super skills” to job interviews: June’s top leadership storiesSpaceX launch live stream: How to watch the NASA-ISS cargo mission blast off onlineWhy AT&T Should Pay Attention to Go90’s DemiseCapital Gazette shooting: How to help newsroom victims in Annapolis right nowNike posts rosy earnings despite damning “toxic workplace” reports and staff exodusWhat natural language pros are saying about Google’s DuplexCalifornia just passed the country’s toughest online privacy lawTrump calls Wisconsin Foxconn plant the “8th Wonder of the World”Multiple people shot at Capital Gazette newspaper in AnnapolisCAA database of TV writers of color addresses dearth of diversityAT&T’s long partnership with NSA is just another swamp romanceIt’s time for top CEOs to realign their interests—beyond those of elevating shareholders above allIf you thought Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign ad was great, watch this one by a female combat vetLet Damien Hirst and Yayoi Kusama art-splain their work with this high-tech museum guideOf course Jack Dorsey published Notes screenshots to TwitterHeyday, the “Drybar of facials,” is expanding to Los AngelesOn the run with Rich Greenfield, the straw that stirs Media TwitterHey Facebook users, the makers of Adblock Plus want your screenshots to train its AIAmerica is drowning in 1.3 billion pounds of excess cheeseNonprofits remain victims of their own ambitionWhoSampled’s app will now tell you who Kanye sampled just by listening to the trackFinally, employers are expanding trans-inclusive benefitsSoon, You Can Build Apps On The Billion-Dollar AR Platform Behind Pokemon GoRemember, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also wrote her own winning adTo catch up with Amazon, Google should just give away Home Minis to every American household, says analystBeing a “RuPaul’s Drag Race” superfan got me my dream internshipThis new magazine tells global stories of people doing goodInstagram’s new video feature is helping it increase user engagementAbigail Disney backs sexual misconduct database Rotten ApplesHere’s when it’s worth taking a big risk in your careerHow Facebook makes it way too easy to share your data, visualizedVimeo’s diversity report shows ranks of white guys slowly droppingTrump and Putin are meeting in Helsinki on . . . Amazon Prime Day?How language shapes our perception of realityDespite all the scandals and increasing mistrust, Americans still like tech companiesSuitcase startup Away just landed $50M to fuel its explosive growthThis lovely print identifies hundreds of flowers found in the U.S.Walgreens and CVS stocks plummet as Dr. Amazon buys an online prescription service7 steps to rebrand yourself for a career changeBuzzFeed’s latest viral product doesn’t have its name on itThis wearable compares your game to Ronaldo’sAnyone can use Uber’s new map-making toolPeople are ready to have robots as their managers6 women on how they deal with sexism and discrimination at workThe most important American monuments you’ve never heard ofExclusive: Inside Target’s top secret test storeThe first feminist comedy club is ready to bring the funnyData from open-source ancestry site GEDMatch has led to more arrestsGoogle wanted to buy GitHub tooThese 38 immigrants are being honored to celebrate Independence DayAmazon wants entrepreneurs to deliver their packagesA Florida marketing firm just exposed the details of millions of peopleBots built by Elon Musk-backed OpenAI can kick your butt in Dota 2China’s Orwellian social credit system is expanding overseasAmazon wants its delivery network to include hundreds of startupsSoon you may pay Apple by the month for video, music, and newsHere is Trump’s list of candidates to replace Justice KennedyOculus Rift users will now have to get Windows 10 to access the best it offersApple and Samsung’s 7-year patent battle ends with a yawnLike Netflix, but with veterinariansOne word comes to mind when reading Justice Kennedy’s retirement letter to TrumpAfter taking in $25M, Facebook fundraisers get more ways to raise cash for causesHome-goods startup Parachute just nabbed a whopping $30 millionJustice Anthony Kennedy is retiring because things weren’t bad enoughThis digital health startup hopes your next doctor will be an AIGravy is the HQ Trivia of shopping, and it’s pretty addictiveInside the tag team of “GLOW” creators Liz Flahive and Carly MenschAirbnb’s new ad opposes Supreme Court’s Trump travel ban rulingAmazon benefits as the retail sector dominates digital advertisingUrban trees can store almost as much carbon as tropical rainforestsMedia outlets are still afraid to say the names of powerful womenThe modern workforce is freelance–cities should get readyIn union ruling, SCOTUS deals another blow to labor rightsThis is the most underrated skill you’ll probably never get taughtNancy Pelosi just downplayed the obvious message of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s winThe dangerous reason why Instagram is overrun with “sunglass selfies” right nowFinally, a smarter alternative to lorem ipsumHow to get a job in venture capitalThis is the main way men’s and women’s resumes are differentThe secret to more durable industrial design is . . . shrimpExotic leathers are making a comeback, and this startup is getting in on the actionCompanies should give freelancers the same onboarding as staffThis is the world’s most romantic furniture collectionJetBlue JFK passengers horrified as radio accidentally sends “hijack alert” to the FBIThis is what it’s like to be an LGBTQ parent at workWatch the exact moment Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez learns she beat Joe CrowleyHow to prepare your kids for jobs that don’t exist yetI talked to Duplex, Google’s scarily human AI voiceA practical guide to working with clientsIs the “Netflix of podcasts” moment finally here?Want to understand experience design? Eat popcorn with chopsticksAre you respecting users’ time? A calm technology checklistIBM is hoping to eliminate bias from facial recognition systemsThis dragon drone is the stuff of techno nightmaresBlack Girls Code has a new lab inside Google’s New York officeThis is how every employer can curb depression in the workplaceGoogle is killing off the DoubleClick brandingHow Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old Democratic Socialist, just pulled off “the biggest upset of 2018”Facebook won’t be beaming internet from giant drones after allYou can now talk to Amazon’s Alexa app on your iPhoneMeet the AR startup that wants to give live theater an augmented makeoverFacebook just walked back its broad ban on cryptocurrency adsNBA players love this shoe brand so much, they just bankrolled itAfter the strikes, nearly 100 Oklahoma teachers are running for officeShopping on Instacart just got a lot more adorable with this extension for cat loversAnna Faris on why her show is making the leap from podcast to radioTrue.ink is a horse-buying, whiskey-bottling non-media media companyUber prevails in London: Judge grants it a provisional 15-month license to operateTobacco money fuels controversial pro-Trump policy groupThis AI could teleport you to future World Cup gamesGreat! Now Barbie wants to steal your tech job, tooCybersecurity pros are limiting their personal use of Facebook, survey saysNew investment site helps people avoid funding gun manufacturers, military contractorsWhy immigration groups said no to using DNA to reunite separated kidsHow Nicole Richie keeps her company’s DNA intact as it’s pivotingIt’s official: No one cares about your “cool” office perksRemote workers share how they conquer lonelinessUm, there’s a rock album entirely about Chris Farley’s “Tommy Boy”SCOTUS: Trump’s travel ban falls within the scope of presidential authorityReport: Big tech data centers are threatening Denmark’s environmental progressThis music festival will be ticketed entirely through blockchainDoes your company use machine learning? Here’s how to think about the risksMIT’s tiny magnetic robots might one day save your lifeMozilla’s Firefox aims to alert users if they’ve been hacked4 emotionally intelligent HR policies employees may suffer withoutInsurers turn to artificial intelligence in war on fraudStephen Colbert found a way for Trump officials to eat in peaceDARPA is literally reinventing the wheelWho needs keys? August has a plan to get you in the door of your Airbnb rentalFive things we’ve learned about women’s ambitionGood design is good policy7 warning signs that you shouldn’t accept a job offerThe FDA just approved its first marijuana-derived drugThis debit card looks–and acts–like nothing else in your walletThis sixth-grade inventor built a robot to hunt ocean plasticDribbble wants to find your next design jobElon Musk is running a private school at SpaceX’s HQApple Maps’ flaws are keeping me from dumping Google for goodTech giants met U.S. intelligence officials to discuss the midterm election prep