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You no longer need to stand in line to use Robinhood, the millennials-focused commission-free stock-trading app. Since the company started in 2013, its app has been so popular that the company set up waitlist.
From the layout to the little old lady who hands out samples, we explain the psychological tricks the supermarket uses to get you to buy food you don't want This is the first part of a two-part series
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Here's a list of the questions and our quick summaries of his thoughts: 1. Will the US economy continue to grow above trend? Yes. Domestic strength should offset weakness from other economies. 2. Will
The good, the bad, the everything 1. Working from home is great. No, seriously, it is a dream come true. There's no commute, you can eat cereal all the time, and there's a TV right down the hall. Or next
Abacus lets you file your expenses–and get paid back–in real time from your phone. Ted Power had just gotten his dream job at Google, but the first thing he experienced with the company was more like out
One of the biggest issues plaguing the early iPhone team was how to get the keyboard functioning right. Then-Apple SVP Scott Forstall turned to an unlikely source of inspiration: The Simpsons. Today, keyboards
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A fresh and subtly soul-wrenching visualization adds to the whole is-social-media-antisocial debate. It’s nothing we haven’t heard before: the modern human presented as a slave to Facebook likeage, afraid
When two British lawyers, Faith Zaman and Thomas Derbyshire, signed on in 2004 to manage the affairs of Prince Jefri Bolkiah, notorious playboy brother of the Sultan of Brunei, they entered a world of