If Silicon Valley Wants to Be Decent, It Should Give Up NDAs

The disruptors of the world have deigned to be decent. They are upset—upset—about allegations that Justin Caldbeck, at Binary Capital, a

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China Robots Displace Workers as Wage Spiral Pressures Profits

As he marches through a gritty factory that makes baby strollers and wheels, Hu Chengpeng says finding workers is his

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Why Big Pharma Is Struggling to Profit From the Obesity Epidemic

In a decades-long struggle to control her weight, Carolyn Mills joined the YMCA many times, signed up for the Jenny

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Are Trendy Robot Funds Making Suckers of Us All?

Robots are seen as an inescapable part of our future, whether you're automated out of a job. So, as with lots of

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Jeff Sessions Is Dismantling Obamas Legal Legacy

In mid-May, as the Russia investigation all things Russia, Sessions’s recusal has allowed him to implement his tough-on-crime agenda and

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This iPhone Designer Says No More Screens

In June 2016, Tony Fadell, the chief executive officer of Nest and one of the most important hardware executives of

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Suddenly the U.S. Is Exporting More Crude Than a Bunch of OPEC Members

Move over, Equatorial Guinea. Slide aside, Gabon. Make room, Ecuador. There's a new major oil exporter on the world stage,

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This Woman Tracks Icebergs for the International Ice Patrol

Gabrielle McGrath, U.S. Coast Guard Ice Patrol Age 42 Job title Commanding officer Industry U.S. military Location Connecticut Years at Coast Guard 21 This is embarrassing,

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U.S. Courts Arent Interested in Chevrons Pollution Case, But Other Nations May Be

Chevron Corp. won a big victory Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up a case that began

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Should Members of Congress Carry Guns?

The congressional shootings Wednesday prompted some Republicans to call for lawmakers to be armed. Would that be a good idea—more

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