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THE AUTONOMOUS TRUCKING REPORT: How self-driving technology is disrupting the way goods are delivered and creating opportunities for retailers and shipping firms

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Trucking is set to transform radically in the coming years, with innovative technologies enabling trucks to take over more and more

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THE MOBILE CARRIER LANDSCAPE: How AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are overcoming slow user growth amid a fierce price war

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It hasn’t been smooth sailing for telecoms in recent years. Native voice and messaging services, which once accounted for the vast majority

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Oscar Health is making a big bet on personalized care that people traditionally spend as much as $40,000 on

Oscar Health, the $2.7 billion health insurance startup, wants to have all of its members using concierge medical care in 2018.
The plan to create ‘Concierge for All’ relies on teams of doctors and other healthcare professionals who work with Oscar to help you

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wore these strange shoes during a talk with Lloyd Blankfein — and broke a workplace style rule

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey wore a strange pair of black sandals during a talk with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
In doing so, he broke one of the cardinal rules of dressing professionally.

 
Jack Dorsey is known for his style prowess, but not

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Peter Thiel is betting on magic mushrooms to treat depression — and he's not the only one

A for-profit company that Peter Thiel invests in has plans to start clinical trials of magic mushrooms for depression within the first three months of 2018.
Psychedelics appear to disrupt the brain’s activity patterns in a positive and life-changing way.
Several research institutions are studying

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The team behind one of 2016's best games just announced a gorgeous new project

In 2016, a game named “Firewatch” was a breakout hit.
On Thursday night, the team behind “Firewatch” revealed a new game named “In the Valley of Gods.”
It’s not planned for release until 2019.

A gorgeous new game was revealed on Thursday evening — it’s called

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The 50 best places to work in 2018, according to employees

Time for a new job?
If the coming change in calendar year has you itching to do something different, jobs and recruiting site Glassdoor has you covered with this year’s Employees’ Choice Awards, which features the 100 best places to work in 2018 across

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Here are the top 5 banks offering the mobile banking features consumers say they want most

When it comes to offering cutting-edge mobile banking features that consumers most value, Wells Fargo tops the list, according to BI Intelligence’s Mobile Banking Competitive Edge study. Banks are increasingly putting mobile first to keep up with consumers’ growing reliance on digital channels, as a

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Infiniti unveiled an SUV with a breakthrough new engine and no, it's not electric

Infiniti unveiled its newest SUV, the QX50, at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Tuesday night.
It features Infiniti’s new, variable compression ratio engine, better known as the VC-Turbo.
The company says the VC-Turbo combines the thrust of a small turbocharged gas-powered engine with the

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Expensify CEO says its 'automated' service is 'proud' to use humans to process receipts

Expense-tracking software maker Expensify advertises its system as “automated,” but it also relies on humans to classify receipts, a fact that became widely known last week.
Expensify considers its use of humans to be an asset and never intended to hide it, CEO

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