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  • Starbucks leaders on Trump's travel ban, providing health care for employees and future plans
    Starbucks leaders on Trump's travel ban, providing health care for employees and future plans
    Yahoo Finance • 20h

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on pledging to hire 10,000 refugees after Trump issued travel ban.

  • Instacart will pay $4.6 million to settle a class action lawsuit with its workers
    Instacart will pay $4.6 million to settle a class action lawsuit with its workers
    Recode • 5h

    The grocery delivery startup Instacart has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit for $4.6 million and to make changes to how it explains its fees to customers. As part of the suit, independent contractors who pick out and deliver groceries for Instacart ...

  • The Outer Suburbs Are Once Again Outgrowing Cities
    The Outer Suburbs Are Once Again Outgrowing Cities
    The Wall Street Journal Blogs • 15h

    Last year saw the strongest evidence yet that Americans are returning to traditional patterns in where they move—from cities to suburbs and from North to South—after a recession-driven pause of nearly a decade. Central counties of metropolitan areas ...

  • Can A Location-Based VR Startup Help Revive Shopping Malls and Cinemas?
    Can A Location-Based VR Startup Help Revive Shopping Malls and Cinemas?
    Fast Company • 11h

    I’m standing on top of a building, desperate to cross a wide gap to another rooftop (so I can thwart evil) and to do so, I have to make my way gingerly over a narrow and extremely rickety plank. It’s a long fall on either side. This is scary stuff.

  • YouTube Advertiser Exodus Highlights Perils of Online Ads
    YouTube Advertiser Exodus Highlights Perils of Online Ads
    New York Times • 3h

    When Google acquired YouTube in 2006 for $1.65 billion, it was considered a pricey gamble, one made with the belief that an online service known for pirated videos and vapid user-generated content could appeal to major advertisers. The bet paid off.

  • What traders are watching as health-care vote looms
    What traders are watching as health-care vote looms
    Market Watch • 1d

    Investors and traders in stocks and other financial markets are focused on the looming House vote on Thursday to repeal Obamacare, convinced it will set at least the near-term direction. The vote, which remains too close to call, comes with major indexes ...

  • Why Generating Business Momentum Is More Important Than Making Progress
    Why Generating Business Momentum Is More Important Than Making Progress
    Entrepreneur • 9h

    You cannot build and sustain momentum in an organization without being able to see the next opportunities of greatest potential, sow them, grow them, share them and then resow them into new opportunities. That can never happen successfully without ...

  • ‘Bro, I’m Going Rogue’: The Wall Street Informant Who Double-Crossed the FBI
    ‘Bro, I’m Going Rogue’: The Wall Street Informant Who Double-Crossed the FBI
    Bloomberg • 7h

    On the night he cut a deal with the FBI, Guy Gentile was on his way to a Connecticut casino for his cousin’s bachelor party. He’d jetted up from the Bahamas, where he was running an online stock brokerage that cleared a million dollars a year without ...

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