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The world's easiest "spot the difference" quiz.
Uber and Lyft are cutting payments to drivers, so we're making it free for those drivers to read our coverage of the companies (and everything else.)
As the UN rules in favor of Julian Assange, Mark Ames examines the dark history of non-disclosure agreements used by the US government (and even Assange himself).
They’re going to be so sorry when they find out who Nilay Patel is.
Meantime some $90 billion in capital sits in the IPO pipeline wringing its hands.
The post where I argue Uber isn’t (merely) an evil company.
If you have to remind people of that, you have the kind problems a new logo definitely won't fix.
Under Mayer's tenure, Yahoo's history could be seen not as so much as a tale of an innovator finding its footing in a mobile economy as much as a hedge fund doing its damnedest to avoid paying taxes.
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