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Would You Like Fries With That? McDonald’s Already Knows the Answer

By David Yaffe-Bellany

The fast-food chain is turning to artificial intelligence and machine learning in the hopes of predicting what customers want before they decide.

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Silicon Valley Is Trying Out a New Mantra: Make a Profit

By Erin Griffith

Start-up investors are warning of a reckoning after the stumbles of some high-profile “unicorns.” Now turning a profit is in.

From Your Mouth to Your Screen, Transcribing Takes the Next Step

By John Markoff

Improvements in automatic speech transcription are beginning to have a significant impact on the workplace.

Silicon Valley Is Trying Out a New Mantra: Make a Profit

By Erin Griffith

Start-up investors are warning of a reckoning after the stumbles of some high-profile “unicorns.” Now turning a profit is in.

Was WeWork Ever Going to Work?

By Ginia Bellafante

Tech investors are often the last to see what’s so problematic about the disrupters.

What if You Could Rent an Apartment Without a Security Deposit?

By Luis FerrΓ©-SadurnΓ­

Start-ups are disrupting the practice of shelling out thousands of dollars to rent a home.

From Your Mouth to Your Screen, Transcribing Takes the Next Step

By John Markoff

Improvements in automatic speech transcription are beginning to have a significant impact on the workplace.

What if You Could Rent an Apartment Without a Security Deposit?

By Luis FerrΓ©-SadurnΓ­

Start-ups are disrupting the practice of shelling out thousands of dollars to rent a home.

Wall Street Deflates America’s Favorite Start-Ups

By Matt Phillips, Stephen Grocer and Erin Griffith

Companies like WeWork and Uber were expected to become a new generation of corporate giants. But investors have backed away.

Wall Street Pokes at Start-Up Bubble

By Matt Phillips, Stephen Grocer and Erin Griffith

Companies like WeWork and Uber were expected to become a new generation of corporate giants. But investors have backed away.

SoftBank Bet Big on Disruptive Companies. Many Have Not Paid Off.

By Peter Eavis and Michael J. de la Merced

The Japanese technology company’s investments in WeWork, Uber, Sprint and other businesses have produced disappointing results, raising questions about how it picks companies.

SoftBank Bet Big on Disruptive Companies. Many Have Not Paid Off.

By Peter Eavis and Michael J. de la Merced

The Japanese technology company’s investments in WeWork, Uber, Sprint and other businesses have produced disappointing results, raising questions about how it picks companies.

Open Offices Are a Capitalist Dead End

By Farhad Manjoo

One story from WeWork’s inevitable blow-up: Our offices offer few spaces for deep work.

Inside Airbnb, Employees Eager for Big Payouts Pushed It to Go Public

By Erin Griffith

Tension has grown among a 6,000-person work force as it waits to sell company shares, people with knowledge of the situation said.

Hard Times in Silicon Valley? Not for the Payments Start-Up Stripe

By Nathaniel Popper

Known for its quiet and steady growth, Stripe said on Thursday that it received new funding that made it worth $35 billion.

Airbnb Says It Plans to Go Public in 2020

By Erin Griffith

Making a public statement about a stock market debut in a particular year is unusual among technology start-ups, which typically keep their plans secret.

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