California Clashes With Ride-Sharing Companies and This Week's Other Must-Read Headlines

Can't keep up with the latest headlines? Our weekly digest is designed to keep you in the know. Here's what you might have missed: 
  • Senior writer Cat Clifford covers the latest tiff between regulators and innovators. California says carpooling services offered by Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are against the law.
  • Martha Stewart slams Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In movement saying it discourages entrepreneurship. Our staff writer Geoff Weiss has the story.
  • As Apple's new phone hit stores, the company announced that not even police will be able to access personal data on these mobile devices. 
  • And a new study from Billionaires Census reveals one common trait shared by the world’s billionaires. Do you have what it takes? 


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