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Saturday 24th of June 2017
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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian
The videos could be half as big and twice as fast.
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Fortune
By: John Patrick Pullen
After 3,000 questions, one voice assistant emerged as the clear winner.
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Fast Company
By: Joel Arbaje
Watch Leiomy Maldonado vogue like nobody else can in Nike’s #BeTrue ad for Pride Week. WHAT: #BeTrue, a Nike ad that casts a spotlight on the undersung athleticism that goes into voguing.Read Full Story
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Fast Company
By: Adele Peters
Want people to eat a little less meat? Fill the burger with something else (that tastes as good). The menu at Sonic Drive-In–a fast food chain that launched in the 1950s, where some servers still deliver food on roller skates–contains...
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Fortune
By: Reuters
Moscow is threatening to block the app unless Telegram turns over information about the company.
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Small Business Trends
By: Charles Franklin
Understanding the importance of proactively managing your brand, and not letting it die, is the core message of Preventing BrandSlaughter.
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Fortune
By: Aaron Johnson
The U.S. can’t change its safety standards.
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Fortune
By: Mahita Gajanan
Dogs across the nation worked really hard.
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Entrepreneur
By: Jessica Abo
If you are a brand trying to work with influencers, or an influencer trying to sign with a brand, experiential expert Claudine DeSola shared her advice with Jessica Abo.
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Entrepreneur
By: Kc Agu
Do these five things every day and you can make more money this year.
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Fortune
By: Ellen McGirt
What if you could bring your true self to work? Accenture aims to find out.
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Fortune
By: Luke A. Nichter
All presidents should, actually.
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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian
Don't get your hopes up for "smart" chat-bots anytime soon.
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Entrepreneur
By: Richard Agu
Are you doing everything you can to keep your business safe?
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Fortune
By: Tom Huddleston, Jr.
Reddit is revamping its advertising business. Will it upset users?
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Fortune
By: Shawn Tully
In this version of Trumpcare, the government would still have to cover rising premiums.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
The oral treatment is made by Portola Pharmaceuticals.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
Settlement terms are confidential, but it resolve hundreds of state court claims
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Fortune
By: Aric Jenkins
It's easy to poke fun at, but Lyft Shuttle answers to a real need.
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Arstechnica
By: Sean Gallagher

Enlarge / Hardly anyone is buying these. (credit: Crackberry) BlackBerry Ltd, the company that once led the world's "smartphone" market and ruled the corporate mobile e-mail world, posted its financials today for the most recent three months, and...

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Fortune
By: Lisa Marie Segarra
Apple has not said when the $27 million store will open
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Cnet
By: Chris Cox

The roof of Chicago’s new Apple Store has been revealed. The real question is: Is it an Air or a Pro?

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Fortune
By: Grace Donnelly
135 black and Latinx engineers just began 10-week tech internships.
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Small Business Trends
By: Annie Pilon
The way customers shop is changing. And it’s not just about buying products online anymore. Virtual reality shopping is coming.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
Shares down 13% due to a drop in sales and services but CEO expects growth
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Billboard
By: Kat Bein

After seven years of electronic experimentation and creative fermentation, L.A.-based dance duo Oliver are ready for their close-up. The disco lovers...

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Fortune
By: Matthew Prescott
The free market is freeing animals.
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Entrepreneur
By: Billie Carn
Trying to reach both kinds of summits can leave you exhausted and gasping for air but also a whole lot wiser.
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Fortune
By: Aaron Pressman
Software is key to the company's future.
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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian
Google's cloud chief spearheaded the decision.
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Cnet
By: Lynn La

The tech giant will stop combing through emails to tailor ads. But it’s not like they don’t have all your info anyway.

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Google will stop its long-standing practice of scanning the contents of individual Gmail users for advertising purposes, according to a report from the Financial Times. The practice, something Google has done nearly since the launch of its email...

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Tech Crunch
By: Frederic Lardinois

 Here’s a surprise announcement from Google: It will stop scanning the inboxes of Gmail’s free users for ad personalization at some point later this year. Google already doesn’t do this for business users who subscribe to its...

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Gmail is the de facto standard for personal email accounts, with more than more than 1.2 billion people using the free service. One criticism, however, is that Google scans your email for keywords so it can better target ads directly to you. Not...

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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott

Google is going to stop Scroogling its Gmail users: It will no longer scan email to generate personalized ads. The post Scroogled No More: Google Will Stop Scanning Gmail for Ads appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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Arstechnica
By: Ron Amadeo

Enlarge / Microsoft's description of Gmail scanning from the "Scroogled" ad campaign. (credit: Microsoft) Google has announced it will no longer scan e-mail messages for ad personalization. Previously, in the consumer version of Gmail, Google's...

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Entrepreneur
By: Jayson DeMers
Companies debuting games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo illustrated effective use of hype, timing and brand sincerity.
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Fortune
By: Iain Begg
Both sides realize the need for patience.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
But the California company wanted to fight it out stateside.
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Inc
By: Quora
Appreciate what is, rather than complaining about what "should be."
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Inc
By: Ken Sterling
If you want to engage your email reader, be direct, drop that weak vocabulary and use action language.
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Inc
By: Linda Naiman
Learn how to create an amazing experience that keeps everyone on your team engaged and motivated to deliver a successful innovation project.
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Fast Company
By: KC Ifeanyi
In partnership with the MAC AIDS Fund, “Transparent” director Silas Howard takes an intimate look into the lives of transpeople in his doc “More Than T.” Since its inception in 1994, the MAC AIDS Fund, the...
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Entrepreneur
By: Nina Zipkin
Develop an area of expertise, but understand what you lack, too.
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Entrepreneur
By: Phil Lodico
In a changing internet environment, new generic top level domains are on the rise. Here's how to snag one that'll make an impression.
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Fortune
By: Lisa Marie Segarra
Swift took her music off most streaming sites in 2014.
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Fortune
By: Clifton Leaf
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may have found a way out of the GOP’s healthcare mess.
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Fortune
By: Sally C. Pipes

Republicans failed to repeal and replace the law.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

"They'd like to get certain changes. And we'll see if we can take care of that," Trump said.

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Fortune
By: Sy Mukherjee

"Millions will lose care and tens of thousands will die so I can get a huge tax cut."

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Fortune
By: Alana Abramson

The fate of the Republican health bill could lie in their hands

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The New York Times
By: JONATHAN MARTIN

Senator Dean Heller of Nevada became the latest Republican to say he cannot support a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act in its current form.

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Fortune
By: Reuters
New technology aims to keep hands on the wheel.
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Small Business Trends
By: Small Business Editor
Opportunities to reach new customers around the world are opening up for small businesses. Check out the companies doing that this week in our small business news and information roundup.
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Inc
By: Christina DesMarais
It takes intention to be healthy in mind, body and spirit.
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Fast Company
By: Eillie Anzilotti
A new documentary called From the Ashes, aims to generate support for millennial entrepreneurs working to open up a new, clean energy focused economy. Shepherdstown, West Virginia, as Brandon Dennison is quick to tell me, “is nothing like the ...
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Entrepreneur
By: Matthew McCreary
The best of the best from 'Entrepreneur's Franchise 500' list.
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Entrepreneur
By: Alan Taylor
Achieve a work-life balance, be fearless and live authentically. David Meltzer of Sports 1 Marketing and Sean Whalen of Lions Not Sheep, explain how.
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Entrepreneur
By: Nancy Harris
Establishing a mentorship program can help businesses grow, employees succeed and executives lead more effectively
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Entrepreneur
By: Entrepreneur Staff
June 23 is Take Your Dog to Work Day.
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Entrepreneur
By: Jason Saltzman
Jamyn Edis of Dash Labs chats with Jason Saltzman about dealing with competition in business.