New York’s Anti-Amazon Movement Is Now a Blueprint for Critics of Big Tech
Amazon Cancels Plans for HQ2 in New York
Apple’s “Netflix for News” Could Save Online Journalism—or Strangle It
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Amazon Workers Are Denouncing Unions by Using Suspiciously Similar Tweets, but It’s Apparently Not Coordinated
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Why Spotify Is Buying Gimlet
I Quit Facebook … Again. But This Time, It Feels Different.
Facebook’s Endless Scandals Haven’t Stopped It. But Now We Know Who Could.
BuzzFeed’s Layoffs Were Painful for Its Staffers—and Fatal to Its Self-Mythology
The Crisis Facing American Journalism Did Not Start With the Internet
These Startups Want to Protect You From Fake News. Can You Trust Them?
Jack Dorsey Says Mark Zuckerberg Once Killed a Goat and Served It to Him for Dinner
Why Did Spotify Tell D.C. Customers That They’d Have to Pay Iowa Sales Tax?
It’s Been a Bad Week to Work for Elon Musk
A New Head of Antitrust in the House Could Mean Big Changes for Big Tech
Germany Has Ruled Amazon’s Dash Buttons Illegal, and So Should You
The iPhone’s Reign Is Coming to an End. What’s Next?
If You Delete Facebook, Do You Also Have to Delete Instagram and WhatsApp?
Facebook’s Workers Are Holding the Company Accountable. Right Now, They’re the Only Ones Who Can.