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"Inside Facebook’s (Totally Insane, Unintentionally Gigantic, Hyperpartisan) Political-Media Machine/How a strange new class of media outlet has arisen to take over our news feeds."

That's the headline at the New York Times. Think about why the NYT wants to alarm us about that terrible money-making company, Facebook. My hypothesis is that the NYT is losing readers and advertising money to the "strange new classShow More Summary

WhatsApp will start sharing your data with Facebook

WhatsApp announced a major change that we suspected was coming today by adding terms that allow it to share user data with its parent company Facebook. Via: The New York Times Source: WhatsApp

EpiPens: An Example of Health Care Cost Insanity

Pediatrics professor Aaron Carroll, New York Times: The EpiPen isn't new; it has been in use since 1977. Research and development costs were recouped long ago. Nine years ago, it was bought by the pharmaceutical company Mylan, which then began to sell the device. Show More Summary

News: Report: Apple passes on Lyft acquisition

3 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple was reportedly one of several companies that held talks over the last few months to consider buying ride-hailing company Lyft, but didn’t end up making an offer, The New York Times reports. Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing...Show More Summary

The Spillover Effect

The New York Times has a piece today about how bay area tech companies are giving the Phoenix Arizona economy a boost. I think this is a trend we are just seeing the start of. A big theme of board meetings I’ve been in over the past year is the crazy high cost of talent […]

New York Times boss: Jeremy Clarkson is 'deeply objectionable' — but the BBC was mad to let him leave

The BBC was nuts to let former "Top Gear" presenter Jeremy Clarkson leave, according to the British broadcaster's former director general. Mark Thompson, now chief executive of the New York Times Company, said the BBC could "ill afford"...Show More Summary

Lyft tried (and failed) to get Apple, GM and others to buy it

In June, Lyft sought advice from investment firm Qatalyst, reportedly in an attempt to get another company to buy it. Now we know which companies Lyft was targeting. According to a report in The New York Times, Lyft held acquisition talks with General Motors, Apple, Google, Amazon, Uber and Didi Chuxing. Show More Summary

NY Times: Trump empire massively in debt, especially to China

A New York Times investigation reveals massive debt owed by the Trump empire, especially to China, a country he continues to degrade. …companies he owns have at least $650 million in debt — twice the amount that can be gleaned from public filings he has made as part of his bid for the White House. [...]

NYT: Trump Companies Are “at Least $650 Million in Debt”

Donald Trump’s companies have taken on much more debt than the candidate has admitted in public records, and some of that money is owed to institutions he has harshly criticized on the campaign trail, according to the New York Times....Show More Summary

Trump companies owe $650 million: NY Times

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Companies belonging to Donald Trump have at least $650 million in debt, more than twice the amount shown in public filings made by his presidential campaign, the New York Times reported Saturday. The paper employed a property information firm to search publicly available data on more than 30 US...

A New York Times investigation found that Donald Trump's US business empire holds at least $650 million in debt

A New York Times investigation into Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's US real estate holdings revealed that companies he owns have at least $650 million in debt — twice the amount that Trump's public filings, made as part...Show More Summary

Lyft cancels car-pool feature amid report company has sought a buyer

Lyft hit pause on its commuter carpool feature on Friday, citing the lack of driver opt-in for its failure. The news, first reported by Forbes, came just hours after the New York Times reported that the ride-hailing company had in recent months sought and failed to secure a buyer. "There is no...

Report: Trump looking to buy a media company

The New York Times reports what Trump really wants to do after November, and it isn’t sitting in the Oval Office. In recent months, Mr. Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have quietly explored becoming involved with a media holding, either by investing in one or by taking one over, according to a person close [...]

Lyft reportedly tried to sell itself to Uber and several other companies — and failed

Lyft tried to sell itself to several companies but came up short, according to the New York Times. Lyft reportedly approached General Motors, Apple, Google, Amazon, Uber, and Didi Chuxing about selling the ride-hailing company. The most...Show More Summary

Ford Plans Commercial Autonomous Car for 2021: ‘No Steering Wheel, No Gas Pedal, No Brake Pedal’

New York Times: Ford Promises Fleets of Driverless Cars Within Five Years In the race to develop driverless cars, several automakers and technology companies are already testing vehicles that pilot themselves on public roads. And others...Show More Summary

Trump Looking at Buying a Media Company

New York Times: “As comfortable as Mr. Trump may feel with Mr. Bannon’s style of politics, their unconventional alliance, and the possibility that the coming weeks could resemble a conservative publicity tour more than a conventional White House run, fueled [...]

New York Times shuts down smartphone app

The New York Times is shutting down its NYT Now smartphone app because the company says it hasn't lived up to its hopes in the two years since it was launched in an effort to reach a younger... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York Times shuts down NYT Now smartphone app

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times is shutting down its NYT Now smartphone app because the company says it hasn't lived up to its hopes in the two years since it was launched in an effort to reach a younger audience. NYT Now offers morning and evening news briefings and a curated list of articles in a mobile friendly format.

Univision won't continue running

Univision, which bought Gawker Media for $135 million in a government-ordered auction, will not operate, the company's flagship site, moving forward, sources tell Forbes and The New York Times. Univision will still maintain Gawker's other properties, like Gizmodo, Lifehacker, Jezebel, Deadspin, and so on. Show More Summary

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