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NYT Business 10m
Previous scrutiny of Facebook largely focused on its business model and how its platform promotes viral posts and ads, but the latest fallout is directed specifically at Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and his No.2, Sheryl Sandberg
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NYT Business 45m
Shareholders said they were concerned about Mark Zuckerberg’s concentration of power at Facebook. Last month, several shareholders filed a joint resolution to remove him as board chairman.
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NYT Business 1h
Our writes that it may be harder for advertisers to stay quiet about hate speech on Facebook in the wake of an investigation in The New York Times that detailed how the company's top executives prioritized growth, while ignoring warning signs.
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NYT Business 2h
Our and write that documents pushed out by a small firm called Definers Public Affairs provided reporters with the ammunition they would need to suggest the senators grilling Sheryl Sandberg were hypocrites for criticizing Facebook.
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NYT Business 2h
Flu season is here, and there are at least six types of vaccine to choose from. Our reporter writes that it’s worth studying the options to determine which is likely to protect you the most.
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NYT Business 2h
Our writes that Amazon missed an opportunity to generate good will and bridge the divide between red and blue America by picking a city in the heartland.
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NYT Business 3h
Our reporters spent much of this week in Crystal City, Va., and Long Island City in Queens to capture life there as Amazon named them the winners of a 14-month-long beauty contest for its new headquarters. Here’s what they found:
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NYT Business 3h
Republicans and Democrats are threatening to restrain Facebook through competition laws and to open investigations into possible campaign finance violations. Shareholders also ramped up calls to oust Mark Zuckerberg as Facebook’s chairman.
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NYT Business 4h
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive and chairman, held a conference call with reporters to discuss how the social network manages problematic posts and its community standards. The call quickly went sideways. Our reporters detail what happened:
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NYT Business 4h
These two places could help make Amazon one of the largest private tech employers on the East Coast
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NYT Business 5h
The revelations may be “the straw that breaks the camel’s back,” said Rishad Tobaccowala, chief growth officer for the Publicis Groupe. “Now we know Facebook will do whatever it takes to make money — they have absolutely no morals.”
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NYT Business 5h
“The reality of running a company of more than 10,000 people is that you’re not going to know everything that’s going on,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive.
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NYT Business 6h
We spent much of this week in Crystal City and Long Island City to capture life there as Amazon named them the winners of a 14-month-long beauty contest for its new headquarters
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NYT Business 8h
The advice column is baaaack
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NYT Business 9h
In Vol. 2 of our new advice column: egregious slurpers; how to feed and water your millennial coworkers; and acute Slack anxiety.
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NYT Business 9h
What Is the Slide in Britain’s Pound Saying About Brexit?
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NYT Business 9h
A job at Facebook is plum. But at a recent university hackathon, some students displayed a changing attitude toward working at the social network.
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NYT Business 9h
The pound, an indicator of stability amid the Brexit debate, fell sharply on the news that Britain's chief negotiator for leaving the bloc had resigned
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NYT Business 10h
Jeff Bezos' announcement reflected the self-reinforcing tendencies that are driving creative, well-educated workers to the two coasts, with just a handful of high-tech, hipster enclaves (like Austin and Denver, two Amazon finalists) in between
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NYT Business 10h
"I very tentatively attempt to read a section of my neglected novel-in-progress and soon realize all the chapters are out of order," says Megan Abbott, the prolific novelist. "The thought of restructuring is so overwhelming, I fall asleep."
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