1. spam phone calls
    FCC Says Carriers Have Until 2019 to Stop RobocallsThe FCC is just as sick and tired of constant spam calls as you are.
  2. the top line
    Amazon Tests a New Boundary: How Many Headquarters Can a Company Have?Amazon is basically in the process of opening satellite offices. But in this, it has created the feeling of a national lottery.
  3. oath breaker
    Verizon Renames Oath to Verizon Media GroupOath breaking.
  4. business
    How Mister Softee Got Driven Out of ChinaTurner Sparks brought the iconic New York ice-cream truck to Suzhou. It was a hit. Then the hammer fell.
  5. business
    Apple Has Completely Changed Up How It Reports iPhone Sales. Why?The world has changed a lot in the past ten years. The company has to find new ways to brag.
  6. the top line
    HBO Is Off Dish Network, for Now. Was Trump Right About the AT&T Merger?The Department of Justice argued the deal might hurt consumers. Now HBO is — for the moment anyway — off Dish Network.
  7. the economy
    Wage Growth Is Improving. Does President Trump Care?Where’s his tweet bragging about something that matters more to most Americans than what’s happening in the stock market?
  8. long vs short
    Long vs. Short: Does the New York Times’ Business Model Depend on Trump?The company has put up great growth numbers since November 2016, and its stock is soaring. Can it last?
  9. global tech
    To Woo Investors, German Start-ups Adopt Silicon Valley Mind-setsCultural stigma around failure has led many in Berlin’s tech industry to avoid risk-taking behavior. Now, they’re trying to adopt a new mind-set.
  10. the top line
    ‘Everyone’ Hates Chardonnay. So Why Is It Still America’s Best-selling Wine?The blockbuster beverage you won’t admit you love.
  11. the top line
    Elon Musk and Tesla Want You to Know They Are Normal NowJust another auto company mass-producing a profitable car.
  12. just asking questions
    Tech’s Biggest Enforcer Talks Facebook, Google, and What She’s LearnedMargrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, talks about fighting back against tech’s largest and most powerful companies.
  13. technology
    Why Silicon Valley Finds It Hard to Say No to Saudi Arabian DollarsThere’s too much at stake for the tech industry to forswear the Kingdom’s money piles altogether.
  14. business
    Caterpillar’s Tanking Stock Shows How the Trump Boom Is Self-limitingThe company doing well — but might be doing better if the president weren’t messing so aggressively with global trade.
  15. decisions
    Did I Make a Mistake Selling My Social-Media Darling to Yahoo?Yahoo was negotiating to buy Facebook and Del.icio.us at the same time. Zuckerberg famously said no. Del.icio.us CEO Joshua Schachter said yes.
  16. business
    Are Other People’s Credit-Card Rewards Costing You Money?Amazon, Target, and other retailers are going to war against the high-end cards they argue are driving up prices for everyone.
  17. business
    Will Corporate America Dump Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi?Trump may not want to punish them, but CEOs risk alienating customers, investors, and employees if they are seen as condoning the regime’s actions.
  18. business
    It Was Sears’s Time to GoThe retailer completed the circle of corporate life: it made lots of money for a long time, then competitors with different skills took its place.
  19. business
    How a CVS-Aetna Merger Might Actually Put Money in Your PocketCertain corporate combinations can produce real savings for consumers — and this vertically structured health-care deal is an example of that.
  20. global tech
    What Motivates China’s Entrepreneurs? A Conversation With Kai-Fu LeeTechnologist and venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee talks WeChat, AI, and how the Chinese government finally encouraged entrepreneurship.
  21. just asking questions
    The Quick Rise and Even Faster Fall of Groupon, Through the Eyes of Its CEOAndrew Mason tours us through his wild rise and fall.
  22. business
    American Airlines Wants to Be Nice But Doesn’t Know HowHow much are warm fuzzy feelings from customers worth? Perhaps not as much as American is spending to try to elicit them.
  23. q&a
    Does Casey Gerald Know How to Fix America?The entrepreneurial activist thinks very big-picture in his new memoir.
  24. business
    Is New York Cracking Down on Airbnb to Help Local Residents or Hotels?Supporters of new Airbnb regulation argue that it drives up rents, but opponents say the hotel industry–backed law will only deprive locals of income.
  25. 2008
    We Are Still Living in the Ruins of the 2008 CrashTen years after Wall Street’s doomsday, how the financial meltdown broke the modern world and left us living in this one.
  26. media
    Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff. What Happens When It Gets Called?For almost 25 years, Shane Smith’s plan was that, by the time the suckers caught on, he’d never be stuck owning the company he co-founded.
  27. business
    Trump Vows to Help Sanctioned Chinese Tech CompanyThe president says he will help the Chinese phonemaker ZTE, which is struggling after being banned from buying U.S. components.
  28. consolidation
    CVS Finalizes $69 Billion Deal to Buy AetnaThe merger, if approved, could dramatically reshape the health-care industry.
  29. Is the Trump Administration Objecting to a Big Merger to Punish CNN?The government may have legitimate reasons to want divestiture of CNN. But Trump’s hostility makes it a threat to the First Amendment anyway.
  30. Trump Announces $10 Billion Foxconn Plant in Paul Ryan’s DistrictThe plant will initially employee 3,000, with the potential to add 10,000 more jobs, and eat up billions in incentives.
  31. The Last of the New Jersey BondsmenFor criminal-justice advocates, bail reform has been a long sought victory; but for people like Ron Olszowy, it means the loss of a way of life.
  32. trump hotels
    Trump SoHo Hotel Not Doing Tremendous Business, Will Reportedly Lay Off StaffThe struggling hotel is preparing to fire about 12 workers, and cut back on its turndown service.
  33. out of business
    Meet the Man Behind a New Trump Hotel Deal — He Calls Himself ‘Turkish Trump’Mukemmel Sarimsakci, 50, is hoping to play a big role in the Trump sons’ plans to launch a new mid-priced hotel chain.
  34. A Competitor to the EpiPen Will Go Back on the Market in 2017Will it affect the price of the anti-allergy drug?
  35. AT&T to Purchase Time Warner in $85 Billion MegamergerThe reported deal unites AT&T’s communications infrastructure with Time Warner’s film and television empire.
  36. Wells Fargo CEO Goes Back to Washington for Another Public FloggingToday it was the House Financial Services Committee’s turn, and they had fun.
  37. Elizabeth Warren Tell ‘Gutless’ Wells Fargo CEO That He Belongs in JailThe bank’s recently revealed fraud has the senator red-hot.
  38. CEO Innovated Her Way to a Higher Salary by Disrupting Price of Drug for KidsOnly in America.
  39. today in donald trump
    Report: Trump’s Atlantic City Empire Was One Big FleeceWhat happened one of the last times Trump promised to make something great.
  40. the money
    How Valeant Went From Wall St. Darling to PariahInside the biggest and most bizarre business scandal of the past year.
  41. Donald Trump’s Campaign Proves That He Is Bad at BusinessTrump’s brand is no longer classy, according to the classy consumers his really classy enterprises depend on.
  42. Soon New Yorkers May No Longer Have to Choose Between Rite Aid and Duane ReadeSomeday there may be only one drugstore.
  43. Say Good-bye to NYC’s One-Stop Shop for Lebowski MerchThat about does ‘er, wraps ‘er all up.
  44. Can Steve Huffman Save Reddit From Itself?He co-founded Reddit. Sold Reddit. Watched Reddit grow. Watched Reddit flounder. Watched Reddit mutiny. Now he’s back, to try to pull Reddit back from the brink.
  45. Instacart and the On-Demand Middle ClassThe company is ditching the 1099 trend and hiring part-time employees. My failure as a personal shopper shows why that could be a good business move.
  46. In a Pivot-Happy World, We Need to Let Twitter Be TwitterIn praise of the uproarious confusion the company is now trying to tame.
  47. Goldman Tells Interns to Go Home at NightOr at least leave the office.
  48. the money
    Will the New Concierge Economy Mean the End of the Errand?Maybe outsourcing errands to an app will prove as liberating as a washing machine.
  49. everything old is new again
    What’s Behind the Great Podcast Renaissance?The mid-aughts audio scene is making a big comeback.
  50. With Rooms, Facebook Rides a Wave of Web 1.0 NostalgiaOn the internet, past is prologue.
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