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Saying Goodbye To Old Technology — And A Legendary NYC Repair Shop

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Why The Airline Industry Could Keep Suffering System Failures Like Delta's

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Why Taylor Swift Is Asking Congress To Update Copyright Laws

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Is There A Double Standard When Female CEOs In Tech Stumble?

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Sophisticated ways of tracking reading habits give publishers hard data that reveals the kinds of books people want to read. But a veteran editor says numbers only go so far in telling the story. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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Publishers' Dilemma: Judge A Book By Its Data Or Trust The Editor's Gut?

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CEO Marissa Mayer Treated Yahoo Like A Think Tank, Not A Sinking Ship

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Making The Cloud Green: Tech Firms Push For Renewable Energy Sources

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Firms Are Buying, Sharing Your Online Info. What Can You Do About It?

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Bodybuilders Beef Over A Workout Supplement — And A Stanford Patent

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Semi-Automatic Weapons Without A Background Check Can Be Just A Click Away

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Under Pressure, Lawyer For Uber Drivers Slashes Her Fees

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