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As many readers likely know, this week New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill called S6340A/A8704C, which will levy heavy fines on individuals who advertise short-term rentals of residential multiple dwelling units in New York.
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I like to say that I write about media generally and journalism specifically because the industry is a canary in the coal mine when it comes to the impact of the Internet: text shifted from newsprint to the web seamlessly, completely upending the industry’s business model along the way.
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China has now overtaken the U.S. to become the largest market in the world for App Store revenue, according to a new report out this morning from app intelligence firm App Annie. The country earned over $1.7 billion in Q3 2016, which puts it ahead of the U.S. by over 15 percent. The U.S.
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NEW YORK AT&T Inc (T.N) has reached an agreement in principle to buy Time Warner Inc (TWX.
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Visa has announced new details about a forthcoming business-to-business payments service developed in partnership with blockchain startup Chain.
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Every day, we get caught up in busyness — reacting to what comes at us, lost in the thousands of tasks and emails we have to deal with, and we are so busy dealing with all of it that we get stuck on autopilot. What if we could get out of that trap, and live a more deliberate life?
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In an internal memo recently distributed to Facebook employees, Zuckerberg answered “questions and concerns” about Thiel’s involvement in politics.
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Sometimes the best answer to a challenging issue is the exact opposite of what the conventional wisdom is. We just spent a week in Mexico City and, as I always do when we travel to Mexico, I came away impressed with the character and work ethic of the Mexican people.
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Brian Krebs is a popular reporter on the cybersecurity beat. He regularly exposes cybercriminals and their tactics, and consequently is regularly a target of their ire. Last month, he wrote about an online attack-for-hire service that resulted in the arrest of the two proprietors.
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Over the years, I’ve heard a lot of people talk about algorithmic business and how big data will improve business strategy. For most, I strongly suspect it won’t. To explain why, I’m going to have say certain things that many will find uncomfortable.
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Line made its debut this year with a market valuation of nearly US$10 billion, solidifying its place as a leading technology company.
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Digital publishers may be pouring time and energy into cranking up their video operations, but for a lot of their potential viewers, text is still the way to go. New data from Pew Research finds that, when it comes to the news, younger adults still prefer words over moving images.
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How long is two years in editor years? Leading any daily newspaper in this age is challenging, but leading The New York Times is an exercise unto itself.
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