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Today β€” December 13th 2018Your RSS feeds

High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

By KAREN WEISE

The city and state sent loads of data to Amazon during its search for a new headquarters, offering a peek into the valuable information the company collected during the process.

Apple to Build $1 Billion Texas Campus and Thousands of Jobs Across U.S.

By AMIE TSANG

The company said it would expand its presence in the Austin area, while creating thousands of jobs across the country, as tech companies seek to expand beyond their West Coast roots.

Apple to Build $1 Billion Texas Campus and Thousands of Jobs Across U.S.

By AMIE TSANG

The company said it would expand its presence in the Austin area, while creating thousands of jobs across the country, as tech companies seek to expand beyond their West Coast roots.

High-Tech Degrees and the Price of an Avocado: The Data New York Gave to Amazon

By KAREN WEISE

The city and state sent loads of data to Amazon during its search for a new headquarters, offering a peek into the valuable information the company collected during the process.

No psychiatric hospital employee responsible for escape

By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER

Officials said they are ready Wednesday to discuss the findings of an investigation into how a man escaped from a Hawaii psychiatric hospital and ended up in California.

Why N.B.A. Stars Are Trading In Their Nikes

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH and KEVIN DRAPER

An insurgency against the traditional basketball shoe powers is underfoot as companies like Puma, New Balance and Under Armour compete for a share of N.B.A. culture.

Yesterday β€” December 12th 2018Your RSS feeds

Tabloid Publisher’s Deal in Hush-Money Inquiry Adds to Trump’s Danger

By MIKE McINTIRE, CHARLIE SAVAGE and JIM RUTENBERG

Prosecutors took a major step forward in their case that payouts to two women before the 2016 election violated campaign finance laws.

Why N.B.A. Stars Are Trading In Their Nikes

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH and KEVIN DRAPER

An insurgency against the traditional basketball shoe powers is underfoot as companies like Puma, New Balance and Under Armour compete for a share of N.B.A. culture.

Amazon Went to City Hall. Things Got Loud, Quickly.

By J. DAVID GOODMAN

Two Amazon executives faced jeers and pointed questions during three hours of testimony at a hearing about the plan to build a new outpost in Queens.

Encounters: Wait Wait … for NPR Host Peter Sagal

By JOANNE KAUFMAN

Classic midlife crisis leads to obsessive running, a new book and a new marriage.

Podcasts Are Getting Newsier. Here Are 8 New Ones Worth a Listen.

By JACLYN PEISER

Before ‘The Daily,’ five-day-a-week podcasts on current events were a rarity. Now ABC News, Vox, The Washington Post and other news organizations have gotten in on the game.

Books of The Times: A Memoir That Might Inspire You to Break a Sweat

By DWIGHT GARNER

Peter Sagal, the host of “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!” on NPR, writes about the rigors and rewards of his life as a runner in “The Incomplete Book of Running.”

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Amazon Takes On Ocasio-Cortez and Her Supporters

By AZI PAYBARAH

Tensions may flare at a hearing on the city’s development deal with Amazon. Also: One reason you’re seeing Ariana Grande everywhere.

You Should Have the Right to Sue Apple

By REBECCA KELLY SLAUGHTER

In Apple v. Pepper, the Supreme Court will decide whether iPhone App Store customers are entitled to make their case against the tech giant.

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