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If common sense prevails, Mr. Trump’s email thread may serve as the final nail in the coffin of email as the universal office communicator. People in business and ...
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Airbnb — the sharing-economy start-up born with a crash-on-my-couch informality — is now trying to professionalize its more than two million “hosts” around the world. Continue reading the ...
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Eric Wu, a founder and the chief executive of Opendoor, at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. Credit Christie Hemm Klok for The New York Times Lean ...
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The French electorate heads to the polls in the second round of presidential elections on May 7, followed by votes in Britain and Germany in the coming months. ...
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A poster at Liberty University steering students away from their smart screens. Credit Liberty University Sylvia Hart Frejd’s mission is to help students balance tech time and ...
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Verizon technicians installing cables in New York in 2008. The city says Verizon failed to honor an agreement to build a citywide Fios network. Credit Jin Lee/Bloomberg, ...
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FEBRUARY 17, 2017 By Rick Gladstone and Rogene Jacquette When North Korea tested a missile that fell harmlessly into the sea this month, it was more than just ...
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Samsung has a main culprit in its combustible battery fiasco, and the problem is among the hardest to fix. It is Samsung itself. As Choe Sang-Hun and Paul ...
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Netflix has 10 short New Year’s Eve countdown shows for children that can be played by parents at any hour. Credit Netflix Netflix has a trick for ...
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B.J. Novak at home in Los Angeles. Credit Jake Michaels for The New York Times As if working on a laugh line until it’s just right, B. ...
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