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  1. Caught up in a riot? Uber can charge you up to $250 for damage to their cars

    Ridesharing giant charges passenger $250 for a door scratched by a cyclist.

    By Dan Raile , written on

    From the Sharing Economy desk

  2. A brief history of American gun nuts

    Neither Obama nor the other gun restrictions advocates grasp what they’re really dealing with.

    By Mark Ames , written on

    From the Second Amendment desk

  3. How the legends who built Boston's tech industry are still outpacing their younger rivals

    You don’t have to be a drone-flying, Apple Watch wearing, Blue Bottle drinking twenty-something to be a player in the startup world

    By Dennis Keohane , written on

    From the Venture Capital desk

  4. By Brad Jonas , written on

    From the Comics desk

  5. Facebook finally told us what word made them ban our story about homelessness

    After two days of arguing with robots about profanity, we're finally able to give Facebook our money.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the Press Fucking Freedom desk

  6. Flagged for deletion: Why tech companies shouldn't ban racist flags

    Don’t try to find a legal, or even logical, explanation for why Swastikas are verboten on Amazon but Jeff Bezos will gladly sell you a copy of Mein Kampf in hardback, paperback, or for your Kindle.

    By Paul Carr , written on

    From the Confederacy desk

  7. Why Circa was doomed from the start

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: One of the most promising young companies of the new journalism revolution just ran out of money and closed its doors -- likely forever.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the Inside Baseball desk

  8. Will Massachusetts finally ban non-compete agreements?

    Lawmakers in Massachusetts gather to decide if to defy powerful lobbyists and allow tech poaching in the state.

    By Dennis Keohane , written on

    From the Employment desk

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