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Virtual currencies sold by start-ups are luring investors, despite efforts by regulators to chill the red-hot market nyti.ms/2vC4BQU
For the world's makers of luxury handbags and watches, the reality is hard to ignore: Chinese love shopping online nyti.ms/2viqZiC
Alphabet's business is firing on all cylinders. Antitrust scrutiny may be the only thing that can derail it. nyti.ms/2tx8133
Goodbye Paint! After more than three decades and billions of dollars, Microsoft plans to stop developing the program nyti.ms/2txgpQc
Electric cars of the future will have zero tailpipe emissions but spew copious amounts of data. Automakers prepare. nyti.ms/2sFPjGP
Why does Volkswagen need a quantum computer? Ask 10,000 Beijing taxi drivers. nyti.ms/2sFxbwC
German carmakers build "big data" capabilities to meet challenge of self-driving, connected vehicles. nyti.ms/2sYselJ
The high-tech device that's like a bouncer for mosquitoes nyti.ms/2rwCGfL
It listens to each mosquito's wing beats, then catches them one by one nyti.ms/2sP2Qym
Want to work for Jaguar Land Rover? You could improve your chances by downloading an app nyti.ms/2sQggdh
Jaguar Land Rover wants aspiring applicants to download an app and solve puzzles nyti.ms/2sITdks
New mosquito traps overcome one of the most frustrating aspects of insect surveillance nyti.ms/2rwzpx7
The Mexican government has spent millions on spyware to fight crime. Why is it targeting the phones of journalists? nyti.ms/2ruvQaM
Britain's government is once again focusing on a controversial plan: to police the internet nyti.ms/2sOKvRZ
Britain is promoting some of the most wide-ranging plans anywhere in the western world to police the web nyti.ms/2rIEJBM
Amazon just did something completely unsurprising: It surprised everyone. Again. nyti.ms/2sJW8cJ
.@Airbnb, born with a crash-on-my-couch informality, is trying to professionalize its more than 2 million hosts nyti.ms/2sJIUgb
Amazon powers your favorite websites and delivers toilet paper to your door. It wants to do so much more. nyti.ms/2sIehYq
Being interrupted, talked over or shut down is nearly a universal experience for women outnumbered by men nyti.ms/2rt55HK
Uber's brash approach is beginning to backfire, as executives leave the company and employees buck leadership nyti.ms/2rhHoOw
Even as Uber promised to reform itself, an exchange between board members highlighted the company’s challenges nyti.ms/2sAquhU
An Uber board member is resigning after he made a disparaging remark about women at an Uber meeting. nyti.ms/2syIJEh
Costly cellphone roaming charges are coming to an end in Europe. Some cheer. Others say 'meh' nytimes.com/2017/06/14/tec…
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A member of Uber’s board apologized for a sexist remark he made at a meeting with employees nyti.ms/2tjGiCs
This exchange is from a meeting to discuss Uber’s aggressive culture, including sexual harassment nyti.ms/2syqe34
 
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