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The 7 biggest revelations from the huge trove of Facebook emails

The UK Parliament published a trove of top-secret Facebook executive emails on Wednesday. Read the key takeaways from the documents below.

A marijuana tax could help fix New York's crumbling subway system

New York City's subway system has been in a "state of emergency" for more than a year now, as Gov. Cuomo once described.

Fed spells out why millennials are killing countless industries

Millennial spending habits have wreaked havoc on companies from golf equipment makers to razor manufacturers. Millennials have been blamed for killing plenty of industries. But, according to the Federal Reserve, it's not their fault.

Facebook looks like it's preparing for war with Trump

Facebook looks as if it's preparing for war with US President Donald Trump. The company recently hired Kate Patchen, the chief of the Department of Justice's antitrust division in San Francisco.

Americans' shopping habits are fundamentally changing

Black Friday has morphed into something more than a one-day event. It's now nearly an entire week of shopping and deals. Ray Wimer, an assistant professor of retail practice at Syracuse University, says the holiday has lost a bit of its "uniqueness."

Facebook comms staffers reportedly fuming at COO Sheryl Sandberg

Communications employees at Facebook are fuming at the company's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, after they were thrown under the bus over a smear campaign targeting the company's critics, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday night.

Amazon unveiled its HQ2 selections, and some locals are furious

The company will build offices in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, New York, and the newly formed National Landing area of Arlington, Virginia.

One of the biggest video game companies sued for 'bro-culture'

League of Legends developer Riot Games is facing a class-action lawsuit claiming the company harbored a sexist work environment with women suffering from unequal pay and regular harassment.

Reddit founder says 'hustle porn' is toxic to tech community

Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian wants you to know that "hustle porn" — the fetishization of extremely long working hours — is bad.

Canada’s legal marijuana rollout plagued with distribution issues

Canada officially legalized marijuana, but people across the country have had a tough time accessing the product legally.

Apple metallurgists can make MacBook Air from recycled aluminum

Vice President of Hardware Engineering Laura Legros said the new MacBook Air would be its "greenest Mac ever" because its enclosure is made of 100% recycled aluminum.

Mall owners try to bar Sears 'going out of business' signs

A group of Sears' landlords laid out in a court filing a set of requests for the retailer's upcoming store closures, asking the bankruptcy court to limit the size, wording, and style of the stores' liquidation sale signs.

Sundar Pichai spoke about Google's China plans for the first time

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai commented publicly for the first time on the company's efforts to launch a censored search engine in China.

Google's new phone software aims to end telemarketer calls

The feature lets you use Google Assistant to answer phone calls — it instantly transcribes the phone call and lets you choose if you want to pick up.

Tesla just turned in an epic quarter for deliveries

Analysts aren't yet overly concerned about Tesla overproducing for the US market, an inversion of the worry they usually have for established automakers.

Raising the minimum wage helped Walmart boost sales

Walmart, Amazon's biggest rival in online shopping, increased its minimum wage back in 2016. That same year, the retailer saw a boost in sales, which the CEO attributed to the pay raise.

Google started logging people into Chrome without their consent

A security expert has discovered that Google had quietly made important changes to Chrome's login requirements. Matthew Green spotted that Google was logging users into Chrome without their knowledge.

Google ex-CEO Eric Schmidt says Internet to split in two by 2028

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he believes the internet will split in two within a decade. He told an audience at a private event in San Francisco that he foresees a break between the Chinese-led internet and the non-Chinese led internet.

iPhone XS reviews are starting to come in — with few complaints

This article originally appeared on Business Insider. The first wave of reviews of Apple's latest iPhone XS and XS Max are in, and they're widely favorable.

IKEA and Accenture are following in Google's footsteps

Home Depot, IKEA, and Accenture are examples of major companies with innovation labs. Alphabet, Google's parent company, has a famous innovation lab called X.
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