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The Missing Piece in the Push for Boardroom Diversity

Last summer, major public companies across the country pledged to increase diversity in their boardrooms, one of the actions taken…

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Lawsuits Over ‘Misleading’ Food Labels Surge as Groups Cite Lax U.S. Oversight

Jennifer Jacquet, an associate professor of environmental studies at New York University, said legal activism has become the single-most effective…

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Crypto Banking and Decentralized Finance, Explained

DeFi platforms are structured to become independent from their developers and backers over time and to ultimately be governed by…

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Network Effects Are Overrated

When the model shifted toward streaming starting in 2008, the sources of advantage remained the same although the fixed costs…

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What is Apple Thinking?

The jury for Elizabeth Holmes’s trial is sworn in. Seven men and five women were chosen to decide the Theranos…

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Locast, a nonprofit streaming service for local TV, is shutting down

Locast, a nonprofit streaming service that piped local broadcast signals over the internet, is shutting down after a federal judge…

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The Business of Voting in Texas

Companies in Texas look to Washington The Republican-controlled Texas Legislature this week passed a major bill overhauling election laws in…

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When Will Offices Be Full Again?

Companies keep delaying their return dates and altering other workplace policies as the pandemic persists. Source

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The Silent Partner Cleaning Up Facebook for $500 Million a Year

In 2010, Accenture scored an accounting contract with Facebook. By 2012, that had expanded to include a deal for moderating…

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Elizabeth Holmes on Trial

The reckoning begins Jury selection begins today in the federal criminal case against Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the blood-testing…

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