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A job at Facebook is plum. But at a recent university hackathon, some young engineers showed a changing attitude toward working at the social network.
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Law and medicine still rely on the device. Maybe they shouldn’t.
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The director of The Man From Earth and The Man From Earth: Holocene has done a complete 180 on the benefits of movie piracy.
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Google is increasingly divided over supporting the news industry, either through direct funding, or with a set of initiatives directly aimed at imp...
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All Rise

David Kushner · Esquire 0 words

Viagra was one of the most successful and emulated launches of all time, and the basis for today’s $3 billion erectile-dysfunction industry. Now, o...
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Norma Rae was a lie.
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The head of Elliott Management has developed a uniquely adversarial, and immensely profitable, way of doing business, Sheelah Kolhatkar writes.
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How CEO Daniel Ek plans to beat Apple, Amazon, and Google at the music game.
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Inside the growth of the most controversial brand in the wellness industry.
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Jiayang Fan on how JD.com is expanding its consumer base with drone delivery and local recruits who can exploit villages’ tight-knit social networks.
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Inhuman Resources

David Dayen · Highline 0 words

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A history of modern capitalism from the perspective of the straw. Seriously.
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Hell on Wheels

Kiera Feldman · ProPublica 0 words

Fatal accidents, off-the-books workers, a union once run by a mobster. The rogue world of one of New York’s major trash haulers.
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Twenty years ago, Microsoft tried to eliminate its competition in the race for the future of the internet. The government had other ideas.
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