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This Is What It Sounds Like When Brands Cry

By Lauren Oyler

A Burger King commercial reveals the perils of corporate relatability.

Taking Steps to Maximize Privacy While Covering the Lack of It

By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries

Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, an investigative reporter who has delved into issues of online privacy, is “under no illusions” that protecting our digital selves is fully possible.

Taking Steps to Maximize Privacy While Covering the Lack of It

By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries

Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, an investigative reporter who has delved into issues of online privacy, is “under no illusions” that protecting our digital selves is fully possible.

Google Changes Abortion Ad Policy

By TIFFANY HSU

Advertisers must be certified as providing or not providing abortions, and Google will include disclosures on ads about ending pregnancy.

Google Changes Abortion Ad Policy

By Tiffany Hsu

Advertisers must be certified as providing or not providing abortions, and Google will include disclosures on ads about ending pregnancy.

New Coke Was a Debacle. It’s Coming Back. Blame Netflix.

By JOHN KOBLIN

The creators of “Stranger Things” wrote the failed beverage into the coming season as part of a big marketing push. With memories of a 1985 backlash faded, Coca-Cola dug out the old recipe.

New Coke Was a Debacle. It’s Coming Back. Blame β€˜Stranger Things.’

By John Koblin

The creators of the hit Netflix series wrote the failed beverage into the coming season as part of a big marketing push. With memories of a 1985 backlash faded, Coca-Cola dug out the old recipe.

Alibaba Reports Slower Growth as U.S.-China Trade War Intensifies

By RAYMOND ZHONG

The e-commerce firm became a giant by catering to China’s emerging middle class. But these are anxious times for Chinese consumers and businesses.

Attention, Amazon Shoppers: Google Wants Some of Your Spending Money

By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI and KAREN WEISE

Amazon wants to sell ads. Google wants to woo shoppers. Their ambitions are putting the tech giants on a collision course.

Attention, Amazon Shoppers: Google Wants Some of Your Spending Money

By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI and KAREN WEISE

Amazon wants to sell ads. Google wants to woo shoppers. Their ambitions are putting the tech giants on a collision course.

New Report Shows How a Pro-Iran Group Spread Fake News Online

By SCOTT SHANE and RONEN BERGMAN

A research group at the University of Toronto has untangled look-alike websites and bogus news stories that appear to echo the Iranian government’s positions.

New Report Shows How a Pro-Iran Group Spread Fake News Online

By SCOTT SHANE and RONEN BERGMAN

A research group at the University of Toronto has untangled look-alike websites and bogus news stories that appear to echo the Iranian government’s positions.

As TV Industry’s $20 Billion Week Starts, Signs That Streaming Isn’t King Yet

By EDMUND LEE

The so-called upfronts are traditional television’s annual hype-fest, and a way of locking advertisers into lucrative deals. They’re also a reminder of the medium’s continuing relevance.

Michel Roux, Whose Vodka Success Was Absolut, Is Dead at 78

By RICHARD SANDOMIR

With the help of Andy Warhol, Kurt Vonnegut and others, Mr. Roux turned a little-known Swedish brand into the top imported vodka in the United States.

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