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ACLU: Apple employee was illegally harassed by U.S. Customs over company devicesCould security-aware, tech-savvy Jeff Bezos really have had his phone hacked?Amazon slashes prices on hundreds of Whole Foods itemsThe movie business moves to the acceptance phase in its Netflix grief complexBreast-pump maker Elvie raises $42 million in biggest femtech investment yetYouTube rejected a proposal to prioritize vetted news sources after Parkland shooting: reportYou can watch the first episode of Jordan Peele’s “Twilight Zone” for free on YouTubeHow to set yourself up to land the big wins in your career and personal lifeSingapore and Southwest top TripAdvisor’s favorite airlines for 2019Netflix’s “Tuca & Bertie” pipe up for Equal Pay DayThis is why silence is an important part of your presentation7 alternate hashtags for #MeToo supporters who defend Joe BidenWhy did the Rockefeller Foundation just unceremoniously end its successful resilience program?Oreo uses 2,750 cookies to re-create Game of Thrones opening creditsThe North Face is recycling old tents into cool bagsNew iPhones are expected to have two-way wireless charging and bigger batteries, says analystShell ditches U.S. oil lobbying group in fight over climate changeThese are the companies where women are most satisfied with their payLego Spike Prime is the coolest way to learn engineering since 1998The dark side of green development–and what cities should do insteadThe Wing adds Wieden + Kennedy’s Colleen DeCourcy to its boardReport stinky spots in your city with this free appExclusive: 52% of women say that male coworkers with lower job titles earn more moneyThis “hair wellness” startup is taking on RogaineHow to stop emails from spying on youSidewalk Labs built this free app for people watchingHow our brains process praise and why it’s killing our potentialA requiem for the once-mighty Toshiba laptopWhat happened when I discovered the men I managed were paid a lot more than meSubway’s new tuna sandwich is made out of a secret ingredient: FacebookGoogle is deleting your Google+ profile todayWhy women are still making so much less than menBitcoin’s price just surged, and no one knows whyThis new streaming service wants to be the anti-capitalist NetflixLululemon designs a hydration pack for women to wear all day long5 lessons for New York’s congestion pricing from cities that have made it workThis plant-based food startup targets seniors instead of millennialsThe 25 best new productivity apps for 2019Apple’s Eddy Cue put the hard sell on NYT, WaPo to join News+Google employees demand removal of ethics council member over comments on trans peopleSome victims of cyber crimes weren’t notified by the FBI for months, says DOJ watchdogLet New York be the beginning of a congestion pricing revolutionReport: Alphabet-backed has erased a whopping 46,594 daycare listingsFacial recognition is coming to hotels to make check-in easier—and much creepierNot a joke: Burger King and Impossible Foods teaming up for Impossible WhopperBehold, the only good April Fools’ Day gag: the LA Times satire of New York food cultureHow to know when fear is driving your procrastinationThis bar is giving you the Fyre Festival experience you didn’t ask forEl Chapo’s new clothing line will tunnel you out of fashion prisonThe way SNL mocked the liberal perception of Russiagate this week makes us wonder whether the writers have ever seen SNLGmail will soon let you schedule emailsThese NASA and MIT researchers created a shape-shifting airplane wing that could change air travelHow to write a resume that will impress a bot127 new movies, TV shows, albums, and books you must check out this AprilA simple way to reclaim some privacy from your friends and coworkersNew Fast Company event to feature Michelle Pfeiffer, Jim Coulter, Abigail DisneyOn its 10th anniversary, Grammarly looks way beyond grammarHow these millennials are planning (and living) their early retirementResearchers develop earrings that double as contraceptivesMultitasking is usually a bad idea, but here are 5 times when it’s okayUnited, Southwest, and Delta are experiencing systemwide outagesThis free AI reads X-rays as well as doctorsFacebook finally answers the perennial question about News Feed: “Why am I seeing this?”How Disney grew its $3 billion Mickey Mouse business–by selling to adultsThis coders’ retreat is rewriting all the rules to boost diversityThese mobile homeless shelters fit in a backpackSNL’s clever Us parody is tethered to a fake Discover adI organized the Million Mom March. Here’s my reflection on how it has evolved since thenThe shadowy firm blamed for tracking Jamal Khashoggi launches a Google ad blitzInstead of surveillance, what if we told advertisers what they wanted to know?The surprising connection between single women and gentrificationThis company lets small towns have bike shares, too10X, rock stars, and the myth of meritocracyHow Netflix plans on owning your kids’ screen timeNestle pushes back against claim that “not one drop” of Poland Spring Water is naturalIs Ari Emanuel finally taking Endeavor public?Why Spike Lee is raising a Budweiser for Jackie RobinsonApple cancels its AirPower wireless charging padAmazon reportedly planning a Fire TV video news appPaw Patrol gets smarter, thanks to Nickelodeon acquiring a child-development technology platformMake these 3 changes to your office to improve productivityGeorge Clooney calls for boycott of Beverly Hills Hotel and others owned by BruneiGreg Berlanti worries about the future of Hollywood with shuttering of Fox 2000Auckland, New Zealand, has figured out how to get more people to use transitHow Lyft built its $24 billion brand image with pop cultureMove over, WeWork. This Belize beachside coworking space is the dreamThis home cleverly redefines what a patio meansGen-Z men aren’t having sex, and the internet (of course) may be to blameDear Apple: Please give us a privacy-first Amazon Prime alternativeGreen swamp creatures swarmed latest Trump stooge’s confirmation hearingSephora picks 24 influencers for its coveted #SephoraSquad programWhat history teaches us about the future of interactive TVLyft goes public at $86 per share, but will the hype last?DoorDash is making it easy to support refugee-owned businessesThose frightening Boston Dynamics robots will also take your warehouse job4 practical facts about the human brain that can help you cultivate emotional resilienceDigital medicine startups are booming. What are the side effects?Investigators believe this is the reason for the Boeing 737 MAX crashes5 ways to free up your scheduleA stunning tiny apartment for multiple generations (and species)Career and life advice from three successful women entrepreneursIs your mentor actually hurting your career? How to fire a bad mentorBeat the surveillance economy with this clever gadgetFour physical signs of stress you shouldn’t ignoreIkea’s next big thing is self-careLyft wants to be a better neighborFacebook took down hundreds of “inauthentic” Philippines pagesWhy everyone hates the Vessel“Let’s make the idiot do something dumb”: Timothy Simons on the evolution of Veep’s JonahThis initiative is trying to plant 100 million trees by 2022–and wants your helpHere are the 7 things you need to know about Lyft’s IPOThe anti-competitive forces that foil speedy, affordable broadbandFacebook expands ad transparency beyond politics: Here’s what’s newThe U.S. Census Bureau is buying up URLs to combat disinformationThe world is still run by dynastiesDisney Parks will ban smoking and large strollers, and some parents are fumingMicrosoft: Please tax us more (and Amazon too)Atom Tickets is launching its own version of MoviePass–except it sounds like it might be goodDo these things to avoid burnout from taking over your lifeInto parcel chic? Forever 21’s new USPS fashion line curiously obligesInternal Apple documents undercut claims about your right to repairIn MacBook keyboard woes, a weird echo of the TRS-80 circa 1978Vice Media agrees to $1.87M settlement over gender pay discriminationWhy is this iconic sports franchise in one of America’s most multicultural cities so lacking in diversity?Why our day-to-day routines are a reflection of our characterEverything Adam Schiff thinks is not okay about Trump and Russia, in one viral momentOffice Depot has to pay the FTC $35 million for fake malware scansEU to ban plastic plates, cups, and cutlery by 2021This startup lets users watch ads to get free mobile serviceFuboTV is the latest live TV streaming service to hike pricesWorld’s most famous nightclub designers create world’s coolest dental officeBrunei kicks off tourism push–and death penalty for homosexualityExclusive: How Equinox is using data to win back rogue gym membersMuji’s new hotel is the greatest ad for Muji yetHUD has charged Facebook with housing discrimination over its advertising platformThe apocalypse is upon us: Wayfair is opening its first storeAsk yourself these five questions to find your best selfSpotify is testing a new two-person premium optionAre you a white nationalist? Facebook just banned youThe big business of ruinsWow Air just abruptly shut down. Here’s what stranded passengers should doThis pop-up bike rack is designed to take over a parking spaceThe woman behind the Instagram influencer penthouse has a new brainstorm: Turn influencers into creative directorsWatch how Modern Meadow’s biotech lab makes an alternative to leatherHow Big Tobacco uses Big Tech to hook new smokersRevealed: Mattress company Casper sees huge jump in revenueBill Gates thinks these 5 agricultural hacks can help stop climate changeSeth Rogen launches a new cannabis brand. Of courseHow protesting drivers might threaten Uber, Lyft, and other gig economy IPOsYet another Silicon Valley venture capitalist implicated in college admissions scandal50 women are suing Salesforce for allegedly profiting from sex traffickingThis optical illusion crosswalk in London tricks drivers into slowing downWhy you should stop avoiding conflict in the workplaceWhat Priyanka Chopra Jonas learned from Simone Biles, Awkwafina, and Diane von Furstenberg can help you live your best lifeWhy you need to give disgruntled employees a chanceU.S. says Grindr is a “national security risk” due to Chinese ownershipThis new Patagonia film brings the fight for public lands to the ArcticDid The Correspondent dupe America’s media cognoscenti?This is the best camping lantern for design snobs3 artificial Intelligence experts won this year’s Turing Prize, including Facebook’s AI chiefFacebook fights for the right to follow users–and nonusers–around the webLet this creative industry title generator choose your next jobHow this transgender CEO created software that facilitates empathyA startup’s “gnarly” problems: hiring and marketingThis new book showcases brilliant covers that got rejected7 books to read when you’re anxiousThis is how introverts can prepare for job interviewsHow Brandless’s creative chief built an anti-brand from scratchMost Americans are unaware of the local news crisis: PewI tried the $110 baby swaddle for adults. I’m soldStock photos trade in stereotypes–but they just got more diverseAirbnb welcomes its 500 millionth guestWant to be happy? Rent a Finnish person to teach you howIs creativity the enemy of productivity?