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The Future Of Online Ed Isn't Heading Where You Expect

A workforce-based initiative on a twin island nation shows the true potential of free online education.
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Google's White Male-Heavy Staff Underlines Tech's Diversity Problem

After years of stalling, Google released a demographic breakdown of its staff that shows the company as 70 percent male and 61 percent white.
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For $3 Billion, Apple Buys Dr. Dre's Beats Electronics

The deal brings hip-hop producers Dr. Dre and Jimmy lovine into the Apple fold. And it also marks a strategic shift for the company, which has always eschewed splashy acquisitions.
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Apple Buys Dr. Dre's Beats Electronics For $3 Billion

Apple's acquisition of the audio equipment and subscription streaming music service co-founded by Dre and record-producer Jimmy Iovine is the computer-maker's largest-ever such purchase.
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Google's Attempt To Make A Self-Driving Car: Big Idea Or Bad Idea?

Google is getting into the automobile business. Since the industry is littered with failed upstarts and revolutionary ideas, NPR's Sonari Glinton asks: Why would anyone want to do that?
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The Anatomy Of A Corporate Tweet: 140 Characters In 45 Days

Business Insider reporter Aaron Taube recently took a look at the world of corporate social media, where writing a 140-character tweet can take up to 45 days. He explains the long and careful process.
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SnapChat CEO's Emails Didn't Disappear, Come Back To Shame Him

The CEO of the self-destructing messaging platform Snapchat says he's "mortified" his misogynistic fraternity emails were made public.
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#YesAllWomen Puts Spotlight On Misogyny

As details emerge about a Santa Barbara college student who killed six people, Americans are raising questions on social media about misogyny, sex and entitlement. The Beauty Shop ladies weigh in.
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Google's New Car Lacks A Steering Wheel (And Brakes)

The tech company built three prototypes from scratch, creating compact cars that look like they're on an extreme no-options diet. For now, their top speed is 25 mph.
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Google Is Becoming A Car Manufacturer

The company that started as a search engine is making a big leap into the auto industry. Scientists at Google X are building self-driving cars they plan to debut (at least in test mode) this summer.

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