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The Week: Business

Mark Zuckerberg isn't going anywhere

Mark Zuckerberg isn't going anywhere

In the face of a damning report from The New York Times, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is holding firm. Zuckerberg told CNN in an interview Tuesday that he has no plans to step down as Facebook
The magic of toy stores

The magic of toy stores

Across the plaza from where the Rockefeller Christmas Tree is still shrouded in scaffolding, a thin line of customers snaked around the front of New York City's newest toy store, waiting to get in.
Black Friday is the real war on Christmas

Black Friday is the real war on Christmas

There is no "war on Christmas" — at least, not the way you've heard. Christmas is not and cannot be ruined by store clerks saying "Happy Holidays" or Starbucks using plain red cups. Christmas is not
Glamour is going digital only, will stop publishing monthly print magazine

Glamour is going digital only, will stop publishing monthly print magazine

The January 2019 issue of Glamour will be the magazine's final monthly print edition, Condé Nast announced Tuesday. Launched in 1939 as Glamour of Hollywood, the magazine will be shifting to an
Don't eat any romaine lettuce, CDC warns

Don't eat any romaine lettuce, CDC warns

Toss that romaine right in the trash. Beyond its usual shtick of boring your tastebuds to death, romaine lettuce in any and all forms can actually infect you with E. coli now, the Centers for Disease
Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer is launching what looks like a presidential campaign

Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer is launching what looks like a presidential campaign

If Tom Steyer isn't running for president, he's doing a pretty good job of faking it. The liberal billionaire, who's unflinchingly called for the impeachment of President Trump, launched a new website
Stocks dive in tech-led selloff

Stocks dive in tech-led selloff

The main U.S. stock indexes plunged on Monday, weighed down by negative news about Apple and Facebook. Facebook shares fell by nearly 6 percent in continued fallout from a New York Times on the social
The great Black Friday swindle

The great Black Friday swindle

The Black Friday retail sales blitz has become an omnipresent fixture of American popular culture, its intensity and scale seemingly ratcheted up with every annual cycle. And tens of millions of us
Taylor Swift dumps Big Machine Records

Taylor Swift dumps Big Machine Records

Taylor Swift is moving on. The singer revealed on Monday that she will be switching record labels, from Big Machine Label Group to Universal Music Group and Republic Records. She will also now own her
Nissan moves to fire chairman over financial misconduct allegations

Nissan moves to fire chairman over financial misconduct allegations

Nissan said Monday it was taking steps to remove its chairman, Carlos Ghosn, for allegedly violating Japanese financial law, CNBC reports. The Japanese auto maker said Ghosn and board director Greg
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald just had the weakest U.S. debut of the entire Harry Potter franchise

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald just had the weakest U.S. debut of the entire Harry Potter franchise

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald's first weekend at the U.S. box office was not especially magical. The sequel to the Harry Potter prequel took in $62 million domestically this weekend,
Wealth cannot save you from climate change

Wealth cannot save you from climate change

Money and power can protect you from many things in life. In some cases, they can even protect you from individual climate change-fueled natural disasters like the fires ravaging California. The
How states can avoid being snookered by the next HQ2

How states can avoid being snookered by the next HQ2

Like a raging party that ends in a grinding hangover the next morning, the bidding war over Amazon's HQ2 has given way to shame and embarrassment. New York and Virginia ultimately won the contest, by
Steve Carrell as SNL's Jeff Bezos taunts Trump over Amazon's new headquarters

Steve Carrell as SNL's Jeff Bezos taunts Trump over Amazon's new headquarters

Steve Carrell hosted Saturday Night Live for the third time, and after much teasing over whether he'd ever reboot The Office, he got down to the business of the evening: mocking President Trump in
Pence vows more trade war 'until China changes its ways'

Pence vows more trade war 'until China changes its ways'

Vice President Mike Pence took a harsh line on China at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Papua New Guinea on Saturday, pledging Washington "will not change course" on trade
Elon Musk is building a brick store called The Brick Store, and he's hiring a 'knight' to guard it

Elon Musk is building a brick store called The Brick Store, and he's hiring a 'knight' to guard it

Elon Musk's tweets often seem like jokes. They never are. In September, the Tesla and SpaceX founder tweeted that he'd be opening a "brick store" in about two months. "Only 10 cents a brick!" he
Why companies are ditching performance reviews

Why companies are ditching performance reviews

Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial insight and advice, gathered from around the web: An end to the ratings game The traditional performance review is on a "deathwatch," said Lydia
When will self-driving cars take over?

When will self-driving cars take over?

The driverless-car revolution is way behind schedule. Is it still just a matter of time? Here's everything you need to know: What's gone wrong? Carmakers have been claiming that autonomous vehicles,
The Amazon HQ2 conundrum

The Amazon HQ2 conundrum

The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web: "The most exciting business news story of 2018 ended with a whimper," said Matthew Yglesias at Vox. Amazon's
Trump convinced Pfizer to keep its drug prices steady. Now, it's reversing course.

Trump convinced Pfizer to keep its drug prices steady. Now, it's reversing course.

President Trump once convinced drug manufacturer Pfizer to curb its price hikes. This time, he may not be so lucky. America's biggest drug manufacturer announced Friday it would increase prices on 10