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Our reporter writes that if the National Flood Insurance Program worked as intended, more people would have coverage. But it doesn’t work as intended. Here’s why:
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When Time magazine runs another cover that satirizes President Trump, employees and shareholders of Salesforce might want to brace for a tweetstorm from the White House
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Tom Rothman, Sony's movie chief, remains a divisive figure in Hollywood. But he has also led an against-all-odds turnaround at the studio.
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Two House members sent a letter to Google, expressing concern that the collection practices of YouTube may not comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
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The slate of films that Tom Rothman served up during Sony's last fiscal year generated the highest profit of any Sony slate in over a decade
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Two congressmen to Google: Tell us all about how you collect the personal data of kids who watch YouTube
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Why America Should Embrace Market Surveillance in Sports Betting Before It’s Too Late
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Our reporter writes that regardless of the standard that’s settled on, vehicles will be able to directly communicate with one another, allowing them to warn of collisions even when drivers cannot see each other.
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The federal government has been slow to push an existing standard. “That’s how we got into this mess we have today," one state transportation official said.
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TPG executives said Rise’s biggest achievement was figuring out a way to measure an investment’s benefits for society, while generating returns similar to traditional investment funds
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“You’ve got public agencies who want to deploy, but we don’t have a standard, so what do I buy?” asked Kirk Steudle, director of Michigan’s Department of Transportation and a supporter of the DSRC standard. “Betamax, or a VHS?”
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If you’re one of the millions of people without a smart speaker in your home, Amazon wants to talk to you. Our reporter explains why:
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“That was a big barrier, you learning how to talk to Alexa versus Alexa learning how you speak, which is how it should be,” an analyst with Creative Strategies said.
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Be prepared to pay more for your first checked bag. Airlines are facing higher fuel and labor costs, and they're looking for ways to increase revenue.
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The auto industry has a choice to make: Which language will cars speak when they talk to one another? Our reporter writes that the federal government has held back on enforcing a standard. Our reporter explains why:
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Since Amazon first introduced its Alexa smart assistant four years ago, the company has not shied from trying out new forms and uses. Here's what they're up to now:
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When TPG raised a $2 billion fund for so-called social impact investing in 2016, some on Wall Street questioned whether the investment firm could succeed — especially at that scale. Our explains why:
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Just because Leslie Moonves was forced out as CBS’s chairman and chief executive doesn’t mean he is going to quietly walk away from $120 million. Our reporter has the latest:
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is facing a new controversy over conflicts of interest. Staff pathologists are objecting to a deal made between the cancer center and an artificial intelligence startup that was founded by three hospital insiders.
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Checked bag fees are going up as airlines face rising fuel and labor costs.
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