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Tesla Becomes Cheapest Source of Electricity in Hawaii
Tesla

Tesla Becomes Cheapest Source of Electricity in Hawaii

A solar array and storage batteries on the island of Kauai is producing renewable energy for less per kilowatt hour than fossil fuel power stations.
Uber Says It Will No Longer Use Tech to Target Law Enforcement
Uber

Uber Says It Will No Longer Use Tech to Target Law Enforcement

It had a 'playbook' to thwart sting operations, according to The New York Times.
Nina Zipkin
What Entrepreneurs Can Do to Be Prepared for Changes to Healthcare Legislation
Healthcare

What Entrepreneurs Can Do to Be Prepared for Changes to Healthcare Legislation

Uncertainty abounds, but there are ways you can be more involved.
Nina Zipkin
Everyone Is Talking About WikiLeaks' Massive CIA Data Dump -- Here's What's Going On
Security

Everyone Is Talking About WikiLeaks' Massive CIA Data Dump -- Here's What's Going On

WikiLeaks on Tuesday published a large cache of documents that it said are from the CIA that relate to its hacking tools.
Kif Leswing
There's a Secret Tinder for Models and Rich People
Tinder

There's a Secret Tinder for Models and Rich People

The dating app is reportedly catering to the rich and famous with a new, members-only version of the service dubbed Select.
In Defense of Uber, Amazon and Meritocracy
Uber

In Defense of Uber, Amazon and Meritocracy

Uber's highly competitive culture has come under fire, just as Amazon's did two years ago. Their critics have it wrong.
Steve Tobak
CEO Travis Kalanick Is Officially Looking for Someone to Help Him Run Uber
Travis Kalanick

CEO Travis Kalanick Is Officially Looking for Someone to Help Him Run Uber

He's looking to hire a COO to be a peer and partner in Uber's future.
Biz Carson
A San Francisco Startup 3-D Printed a Whole House in 24 Hours
3D Printers

A San Francisco Startup 3-D Printed a Whole House in 24 Hours

It's no mansion, but it looks perfect for people who prefer tiny homes.
The More You're on Social Media, the More Isolated You Feel, Study Says
Social Media

The More You're on Social Media, the More Isolated You Feel, Study Says

Researchers found that participants who visited social media services more than two hours a day had twice the odds for 'social isolation' compared to peers who spent less than half an hour.
A Lesson on Striving for Gender Equality Learned at Home
Workplace Diversity

A Lesson on Striving for Gender Equality Learned at Home

My daughter inspires me to focus on fostering workplace diversity.
Toby Southgate
6 Ways Millennials Have Changed Business Practices
Millennials

6 Ways Millennials Have Changed Business Practices

These tech savvy workers are changing the way we work, for the better.
Richard Maize
Los Angeles Referendum Set for New Marijuana Regulations
Cannabis

Los Angeles Referendum Set for New Marijuana Regulations

LA voters consider how to transition from prohibition and mass incarceration to shared prosperity and respect for adult personal choice.
dispensaries.com
White House Statement Copied an Entire Paragraph From an Exxon Mobil Press Release
White House

White House Statement Copied an Entire Paragraph From an Exxon Mobil Press Release

The White House statement included minor deviations from the original, such as changing 'U.S.' to 'United States.'
Mark Abadi
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