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  1. memos
    Uber CEO Wants Employees to ‘Have the D’Uber’s got the D!
  2. It Looks Like H.R. McMaster Is Cleaning House at the NSCA few high-profile firings of Flynn and Bannon allies including one who wrote a bizarre memo warning against “globalists” — are out in recent weeks.
  3. personal space
    The First Rule of Working With Steve Harvey: Do Not Talk to Steve HarveyThe talk-show host told employees, “Do not approach me.”
  4. media
    Memo: Don’t Worry, Your Co-workers Can’t See Your UnderwearWashington Post staffers don’t have to fear upskirt photos.
  5. Star Wars Memo Proves Exec Knew It’d Be a Hit“The reports have been so gratuitous that I tended to take them with a grain of salt.”
  6. tips
    163-Point Memo Explains How to Be a Lawyer While FemaleIt is law.
  7. weary working moms
    Yahoo! Work-at-Home Ban Won’t Affect New Mom Marissa MayerShe built her own nursery in the office.
  8. memos
    Sony Wrote Some Talking Points for the Community CastThey want the cast to emphasize the future.
  9. Slightly Creepy Memo Sony Sent to the ‘Community’ Cast about Dan Harmon […]In the wake of hiring new showrunners David Guarascio and Moses Port and what was essentially the firing of Dan Harmon, Sony sent a talking […]
  10. it's pronounced 'chevero-lay'
    General Motors Apologizes for Trying to Act FancyChevrolet: It’s French.
  11. cleaning up
    In Internal Memos, BP Valued a Human Life at About $10 MillionWhich, frankly, is more than we would have guessed.
  12. roll credits
    Week in Review: Leaked-Memo Edition!The guy who wrote the ‘Valkyrie’ memo is also a Vulture reader. Lucky us!
  13. early and often
    What We Can Learn From the Clinton MemosMuch of the revelations from the memos aren’t exactly new, but some of the details can be fascinating, allowing us to look into the thoughts, nay, the very souls, of Team Clinton.
  14. early and often
    The Bitchiest Moments From the Clinton-Campaign MemosWe collect our favorite lines from the memos revealed by ‘The Atlantic’ yesterday.
  15. ink-stained wretches
    Thomson Streamlines the ‘Journal’ Masthead Even FurtherIn the most recent round of changes, there is only one departure, but a consolidation of all the company’s news desks.
  16. intel
    ‘Times’ Names New Writer for Leaderless LedeYou might have noticed that the Lede — the Times’ curiously nonspecific notes-on-the-news blog — has been dormant since the start of the month; its creator, Tom Zeller Jr., abandoned 43rd Street for the more mapperific precincts of National Geographic back in early March. But today the paper announced a new leader for the Lede: Mike Nizza, who’s been the editor of the NYTimes.com homepage. In the just-out staff memo announcing the appointment, Jonathan Landman and Jim Roberts have lots of nice things to say about Mike. Which makes us realize perhaps we ought to start reading the thing. We do, after all, have a fondness for curiously nonspecific news-related blogs. The Landman-Roberts memo is after the jump.
  17. intel
    Is the ‘Wall Street Journal’ Forsaking Canada?