Apple is working on a major change for future iPhones, and Samsung is in...

By Zach Epstein Samsung turned in a huge holiday quarter last year despite the Galaxy Note 7 debacle that cost the company billions in lost sales and cleanup expenses....

When a 200,000-Year-Old Culture Encountered the Modern Economy

By James Suzman Tsumkwe is the closest thing to a town in Namibia's Nyae Nyae district, the epitome of remoteness in a country where almost everywhere is remote. Tsumkwe...

A Developer at Slack on the Importance of Diversity in Tech

By Elisha Brown While tech giants such as Google and Facebook have been transparent about sharing their diversity statistics and efforts to increase minority representation, the low numbers of...

Yes, the iPhone 8 is probably delayed. So what?

By Zach Epstein Rumors that inevitably swirl ahead of each new iPhone launch. Among them, there are always rumblings of supply shortages at launch, and some reports inevitably state...

Antitrust watchdog investigates Amazon for allegedly lying about deal prices

By Chris Smith The Federal Trade Commission just set its sights on Amazon's deal pricing schemes, responding to complaints that the giant online retailer misleads customers with its discounts....

T-Mobile can’t stop making money

By Chris Mills T-Mobile, the little magenta phone company that could, isn't so little any more. On Wednesday, it posted yet another stellar set of quarterly results, blowing away...

The Limits of ‘Made in America’ Economics

By Annie Lowrey The White House has branded this, the 29th week of the year, Made in America Week. As part of the week, administration officials are promoting American...

Why Exxon Was Fined $2 Million

By Krishnadev Calamur The U.S. Treasury Department slapped a $2 million fine on Exxon Mobil for violating Russia-related sanctions in 2014 when Rex Tillerson, who is now the U.S....

The Mystery of Why Japanese People Are Having So Few Babies

By Alana Semuels TOKYO—Japan's population is shrinking. For the first time since the government started keeping track more than a century ago, there were fewer than 1 million births...

How green entrepreneurs are using WeChat to tackle China’s trash trouble

By Masha Borak In “A Beijing Recycler's Life”, a short documentary by Chen Liwen, Ma Dianjin and his wife which have been...

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