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12 Jun 11:57pm A Canadian Store Tried to Bag-Shame Its Customers. Nice Try.
A Vancouver store introduced plastic bags with embarrassing messages to persuade customers to bring reusable alternatives. The bags became a surprise hit on social media instead.
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Why Women, but Not Men, Are Judged for a Messy House 12 Jun 11:55pm Updated Why Women, but Not Men, Are Judged for a Messy House
They’re still held to a higher social standard, which explains why they’re doing so much housework, studies show.
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The Resurrection of Dolce & Gabbana 12 Jun 11:13pm Updated The Resurrection of Dolce & Gabbana
After last year’s debacle in China, the brand went dark. Now it may be on its way back.
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Martin Feldstein, 79, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Dies 12 Jun 10:40pm Updated Martin Feldstein, 79, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Dies
He took a leave from Harvard to be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and, as a deficit hawk, never shied from challenging his White House colleagues.
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Martin Feldstein, 77, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Is Dead 12 Jun 6:26pm Martin Feldstein, 77, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Is Dead
He took a leave from Harvard to be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and, as a deficit hawk, never shied from challenging his White House colleagues.
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Martin Feldstein, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Dies at 79 12 Jun 6:19pm Martin Feldstein, a Chief Economist Under Reagan, Dies at 79
He took a leave from Harvard to be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and, as a deficit hawk, never shied from challenging his White House colleagues.
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Trump Isn’t Alone. These Millennials on the Left Want Low Interest Rates, Too. 12 Jun 6:06pm Updated Trump Isn’t Alone. These Millennials on the Left Want Low Interest Rates, Too.
Sam Bell and his colleagues at Employ America want the central bank to cut interest rates now, and to lift them less quickly after the next recession, to create more jobs.
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Florida Company Sued Over Sales of Skimpy Health Plans 12 Jun 5:26pm Florida Company Sued Over Sales of Skimpy Health Plans
A lawsuit accuses Health Insurance Innovations of defrauding consumers who were misled into buying plans that left them with thousands of dollars in medical bills.
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Renault Leader, Acknowledging ‘Tense Climate,’ Seeks Stronger Ties With Nissan 12 Jun 4:52pm Updated Renault Leader, Acknowledging ‘Tense Climate,’ Seeks Stronger Ties With Nissan
The pledge to shore up the world’s largest auto alliance comes a week after Fiat Chrysler abruptly withdrew a proposal to merge with Renault.
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The Safest Place in a Car Crash Isn’t the Back Seat Anymore 12 Jun 4:22pm Updated The Safest Place in a Car Crash Isn’t the Back Seat Anymore
Researchers have new recommendations for where to sit (in the front, for adults; kids still get the back) and what features to look for.
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House Opens Tech Antitrust Inquiry With Look at Threat to News Media 12 Jun 1:25pm Updated House Opens Tech Antitrust Inquiry With Look at Threat to News Media
Local journalism has been pushed “to the verge of extinction,” said a member of a committee that plans 18 months of hearings and other scrutiny of the big technology platforms.
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Has SoHo Become One Big Wellness Pop-Up? 12 Jun 1:11pm Updated Has SoHo Become One Big Wellness Pop-Up?
CBD stores and face-mask pushers are going to destroy us all.
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DealBook Briefing: T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal Is in Big Trouble 12 Jun 6:32am DealBook Briefing: T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal Is in Big Trouble
A lawsuit by 10 state attorneys general to block the $26 billion takeover could kill the transaction — or at least tie it up in the courts for ages.
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As Protesters Fill Hong Kong’s Streets, Businesses Watch Quietly With Alarm 12 Jun 5:03am Updated As Protesters Fill Hong Kong’s Streets, Businesses Watch Quietly With Alarm
A wave of concern has spread through a community of foreign consultants, investors and executives who have made the territory their home and regional headquarters.
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A Fake Zuckerberg Video Challenges Facebook’s Rules 12 Jun 4:24am Updated A Fake Zuckerberg Video Challenges Facebook’s Rules
Last month, the social media company would not remove a doctored video of Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Facebook said the video of Mr. Zuckerberg will get the same treatment.
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As Trade War With U.S. Grinds On, Chinese Tourists Stay Away 12 Jun 3:00am As Trade War With U.S. Grinds On, Chinese Tourists Stay Away
The number of Chinese tourists is falling. And that’s especially painful to businesses they favor, because they tend to spend more than other visitors.
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Book Publishers Adopt a New Office Image: Openness 12 Jun 12:22am Updated Book Publishers Adopt a New Office Image: Openness
Despite a reputation for being bound by tradition, companies are embracing changes that have modernized other workplaces.
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Like Comic Books? This Platform Picks Titles for You 12 Jun 12:20am Updated Like Comic Books? This Platform Picks Titles for You
Graphite, a free digital service, will use artificial intelligence to suggest content based on the taste of its users.
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Amazon to End Its Restaurant Delivery Service 12 Jun 12:19am Updated Amazon to End Its Restaurant Delivery Service
Amazon Restaurants, which was available in nearly 200 American cities, will officially close on June 24. The company says it will focus on grocery delivery.
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4 Questions Hovering Over the Raytheon-United Technologies Deal to Create a Defense Giant 12 Jun 12:19am Updated 4 Questions Hovering Over the Raytheon-United Technologies Deal to Create a Defense Giant
The two companies say joining forces will be good for America. But President Trump and antitrust experts worry that the deal could reduce competition.
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China Moves to Close Gap in Trade Expertise as Clash With Trump Intensifies 12 Jun 12:15am Updated China Moves to Close Gap in Trade Expertise as Clash With Trump Intensifies
Beijing called in one of its most experienced negotiators on trade policy shortly before talks with the United States collapsed, adding a veteran voice at a critical moment.
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The New 42nd Street, a Theater Nonprofit, Names Its Next Leader 12 Jun 12:07am Updated The New 42nd Street, a Theater Nonprofit, Names Its Next Leader
Russell Granet will be the new president and chief executive of the organization, taking over as Cora Cahan steps down.
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