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The same advertisers that fled Bill O’Reilly are sponsoring his Sean Hannity guest spot

<b>Sean Hannity; Bill O'Reilly (AP/Carolyn Kaster/Getty/Ilya S. Savenok)</b><p>Companies from ADT and Advil, to Wayfair and WeatherTech ditched O’Reilly, but seem happy to welcome him to Hannity<p>Matthew Rozsa<p>September 26, 2017 4:05pm (UTC)<p>Many of the same advertisers who pulled their sponsorship from Bill …

This is how much value America’s grocers lost in a single day because of Amazon

It hit just before 2pm US eastern time on an otherwise calm Thursday (Aug. 24) afternoon. Amazon announced plans to roll out lower prices at Whole Foods Market locations, and it sent the supermarket chains into a tailspin. This is what losing close to $12 billion in market capitalization looked …

Market Capitalization

A "Genius" Rental Kitchen Solution That's Incredibly Simple

(Image credit: Melanie Rieders )<p>For most renters, all decorating efforts come to a screeching halt in the kitchen. Whether it's dated countertops, …

Mother, Wife, Slave

Lola and the universality of women’s exploitation<p><i>This article is part of a series of responses to Alex Tizon’s</i> Atlantic <i>article “My Family’s Slave.” The full series can be found here.</i><p>“Having a slave gave me grave doubts about what kind of people we were, what kind of place we came from,” Alex Tizon …

A theory from two Harvard professors explains why American voters prefer incompetence

Do voters want competence from their elected officials?<p>In an intriguing new paper (pdf), a pair of Harvard business professors argue that a certain segment of voters—primarily lower educated and rural—will choose incompetent candidates over competent ones<i>,</i> in order to protect themselves from …

Voting

The Neuroscience Behind Bad Decisions

Irrationality may be a consequence of the brain’s ravenous energy needs. Humans often make bad decisions. If you like Snickers more than Milky Way, …