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Tuesday, Feb 3

20

BJ's Wholesale Club's Laura Sen: How Did I Get Here?

The career path of the warehouse club's CEO

16

Spotify Hits 10 Million Paid Users. Now Can It Make Money?

The streaming music service has been great at getting people to pay for subscriptions—and not at all successful at turning a profit

The Secrets of Bezos: How Amazon Became the Everything Store

The surprising story of how Amazon.com became one of the most successful companies in the world

14

Europe Dreads America's Chlorinated Chickens

This doesn't reflect snobbish disdain for all-American poultry. Chlorinated chicken is a genuine U.S. product

Monday, Feb 2

23

Dov Charney's Sleazy Struggle for Control of American Apparel

The inside story of Dov Charney’s overthrow and the chaotic battle for control of American Apparel

Friday, Jan 30

18

Super Bowl Ad Insanity Explained in Six Charts

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Although Super Bowl viewership has more than tripled since 1967, growth in ad sales has far outpaced it, and viewers pay close attention to the commercials

17

Drowning Kiribati

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An entire country is about to be wiped out by climate change. It won't be the last

13

Porsche Builds Macan Crossover to Win Over Women

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The storied brand aims a smaller SUV at new buyers in a bid to repeat the kind of success it’s had with the Cayenne

12

Jay-Z Is Right: Most Rappers Are Lying About Their Money

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How Pitbull and Nicki Minaj embellish on their fortunes

11

Taming the Workplace Bully

Persecuted professionals are battling back. But do offices, like grade schools, really need a no-bully zone?

07

Tim Durham, the Madoff of the Midwest

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The leveraged buyout CEO, perhaps in an epic midlife crisis, may have crafted a Ponzi scheme even more complicated than Madoff’s

06

Inside Google's Secret Lab

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Google X, home to the self-driving car and Google Glass, is the search giant's factory for scientific bets that require generous amounts of capital and massive leaps of faith

Thursday, Jan 29

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Can Rebekka Bay Fix the Gap?

Gap's creative director has set out to restore an American icon

16

Coke Confronts Its Big Fat Problem

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Coca-Cola’s North America president, Sandy Douglas, oversees a relaunch of America’s No. 1 soft drink

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Office Etiquette: The Farewell E-Mail

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It's better to be forgotten than mocked for sending a cringe-inducing goodbye e-mail

09

It's Getting Harder to Make Money on YouTube

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More than a million video makers have signed up for the site's ad revenue-sharing program, but ad rates have been falling

HBS, Stanford, Insead, and London Business School Have the Most-Wanted MBAs

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Recruiters say Harvard Business School MBAs have the best employer reputations in the areas of strategy and leadership, among other specializations

06

Missed Alarms and 40 Million Stolen Credit Card Numbers: How Target Blew It

Target ignored its own alarms—and turned its customers into victims of an epic hack

The Plot to Destroy America's Beer

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AB InBev is gobbling up the world's beers—and drinkers aren't happy

05

Housing's 30-Percent-of-Income Rule Is Nearly Useless

The enduring rule of thumb is arbitrary and almost meaningless in today’s market

03

The Truth About Tinder and Women Is Even Worse Than You Think

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The lawsuit by Whitney Wolfe, a co-founder, alleges all sorts of immature shenanigans

Wednesday, Jan 28

12

Xiaomi's Phones Have Conquered China. Now It's Aiming for the Rest of the World

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Lei Jun runs Xiaomi, the world's fastest-growing cell phone maker

06

Inside the Massive Project to Uncover the Holocaust's Nameless Victims

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Seventy years after the freeing of Auschwitz, Israel is still trying to solve the mystery of 2 million unidentified Holocaust victims

04

Singapore Dollar Slumps Most Since 2010 on Monetary Policy Shift

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Singapore’s central bank unexpectedly eased monetary policy, sending the currency to the weakest since 2010 as the country joined global policy makers in shoring up growth amid dwindling inflation. The Monetary Authority of Singapore,…

Yahoo's Alibaba Spinoff Lays Bare Weakness in Core Business - Businessweek

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By spinning off its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA:US), Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO:US) will remove a key reason for investors to hold the stock -- increasing pressure on Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer to revive growth from other…

03

Sanctions Aren't Enough to Stop Putin, and He Knows It

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Measures against Russia that Europe is weighing won't end the bloodshed in Ukraine and could even entrench the insurgents

Obama to Oil Industry: Drill There, Not Here

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The president in one week slams the door on a generation-old environmental fight and opens up the next one

Tuesday, Jan 27

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When the East Coast Becomes a No-Fly Zone

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This chart shows where flyers are feeling blizzard-induced delays and cancelations the worst