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Jason Stein, digital innovator and Twitter gadfly, is leaving Cycle MediaSo long, sucker: Hyatt is also ditching straws and single-use plasticsAnti-ICE protesters descend on Salesforce Tower in San FranciscoMiss Massachusetts contestant quits over a “me too” jokeWhat Trump should look for in a predictable Supreme Court JusticeHere’s why Netflix is killing off its user reviews (hint: they’re worthless)Postmates is coming to the Panorama festival to make food lines disappearOz takes flightThe secret t-shirt brand that dresses Peter Thiel, Satya Nadella, & Bob IgerThese bat-friendly lights show how to make cities safe for natureRIP IHOb, 2018-2018Trump’s Supreme Court pick live stream: How to watch the SCOTUS announcement onlineRobin Wright politely refuses to denounce Kevin Spacey in any wayTo appreciate the futility of Trump’s trade war, consider the iPhoneOlive Wren, a socially conscious luxury home brand, joins a crowded marketHow Huda Kattan built a multi-million-dollar beauty brand from a blogJetBlue crew just did something that almost makes up for all the horrible airline headlinesYour guide to cleaning up your inbox in one hourAppNexus is key to AT&T’s plans to use HBO for more consumer dataGroupon stock surged this morning on news that it wants a buyerWorld Health Organization got Trumped over breastfeeding resolution5 steps for beating impostor syndrome as a public speakerThis strategy works better than diversity trainingBuild-A-Bear’s July 12 “Pay Your Age Day” should be a hit with older people tooThis $56 glass shatters the biggest myth about wine7 warning signs that your career is stallingAcademic publishing is broken. Here’s how to redesign itI’m every employer’s dream “diversity hire,” and it’s the worstThe secret to happy UX, according to a legendary game designerThe most valuable person you haven’t hired yetStarbucks will stop using single-use plastic straws by 2020Xiaomi’s IPO floppedOwning an iPhone is a common indicator that you’re richCo.Design joins fastcompany.comHow the Gates Foundation’s plan to grade teachers failed studentsExclusive: Starbucks to ditch plastic straws by 2020This brand wants women to know hot-looking shoes don’t have to hurtNordstrom Local expands its innovative, inventory-free retail hubsCheck out Elon Musk’s mini-sub built to rescue Thailand kidsThai Navy SEALs use Facebook for nail-biting updates on cave rescue mission7 customer service lessons from the best Uber driver everExactly how to find (or create) an internship that doesn’t suckSonos files for IPO with plans to raise $100 million7 work bags that will keep your life organizedThese are your two biggest workplace etiquette mistakesHBO’s “Succession” proves the mega rich are just as ridiculous as youWorld Cup 2018 quarter-finals live stream: How to watch the games online without a TVFemale founders give scrubs a functional, fashionable makeoverEPA head Scott Pruitt is gone, but his mission continuesCalifornia’s ambitious net neutrality bill is back onHow to protest and not get firedHow Trump’s D.C. hotel works to help swamp the drainThe U.S. Air Force learned to code—and saved the Pentagon millionsAsian-Americans on being “likable” in the modern workplaceEmojicon is coming to New York, and it’s the ~fire~ of the summerAir Jordan sneaker doc is a brand story that’s not branded content“Hamilton” star Bryan Terrell Clark is forging an actor-activist’s pathFor focused writing, Markdown is your best friendAmerican cities are reviving–but leaving the poor behindIan Bremmer: America isn’t a politically risky place right now—and that’s the problemMacy’s fireworks live stream: How to watch the NYC 4th of July show onlineAI could read your handwriting to figure out your nationalityIntel bringing its famous drone light shows indoorsVote for Fast Company’s summer readMeet the man behind the moody visual style of “Atlanta”How we can save America from itselfCan your sunscreen protect you without killing marine life?Scarlett Johansson pushes back at critics of her trans roleThe U.S. job losses from Trump’s tariffs are starting to pile upBarnes & Noble abruptly fires CEO Demos Parneros with no severanceAmazon will open a second automated store in Seattle—and this one is much biggerNeed a cab in one of the world’s most fragile countries? Call FacebookWhy the New York Times’ public shaming of Ali Watkins reeks of sexismEverything AT&T has done in 3 weeks to take on Facebook and NetflixIs WeWork worth $40 billion or $3 billion?Creativity in protest: This church set a nativity scene in a cageWith this startup’s help, gene-editing tech will soon be everywhereLufthansa is letting passengers eat astronaut food, and we don’t mean TangMeet the MIT robot that can mimic your movements after watching a single videoWalmart pulls “Impeach 45” T-shirts after Trump supporters threaten boycottCrypto exchange heists net $761 million in first half of 2018The Internet Archive is helping these artists get inspired by digital historyHow motherhood influenced Lauren Conrad’s woman-empowering nonprofitHere are the 4 most ridiculous “takedowns” of Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAirbnb is testing out a faster way to pay hostsBe careful about answering these 5 job interview questionsYou can now buy one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most iconic housesCardi B is somehow the first female rapper with two No. 1 hitsAustralian university accidentally advertises an “MFA in mansplaining”You shouldn’t rely on technology to help you focus, here’s whyAd giant IPG bets big on consumer data with $2.3 billion Acxiom dealA tour of the massive desert telescopes discovering exoplanetsLooking back at “Legally Blonde” as a proto-#MeToo manifestoA shocking map of America’s vast “immigrant detention machine”How to check email on vacation and still enjoy yourselfMeet 4 design heroes who are defending democracy onlineHow to recharge on vacation when you can’t stop stressing outAmazon Prime Day 2018: These early deals are available right nowWhen Americans redesigned the American flagArchitecture’s great injustice, according to Jeanne GangPopular browser maker Opera is going publicFacebook is shuttering three of its apps, including MovesThis class helps developing-world solutions reach people in needThe Impossible Burger soars to new heights with Air New Zealand