[NyTimes] : "President Trump's speech on Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference followed a familiar pattern: Blast the news media as “dishonest,” repeat a string of falsehood, and wrap up by promising to change the status quo.<p>“I want you all to know that we are fighting the fake news,” Mr. Trump …"
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[NyTimes] : "WASHINGTON — Journalists from The New York Times and two other news organizations were prohibited from attending a briefing by President Trump's press secretary on Friday, a highly unusual breach of relations between the White House and its press corps.<p>Reporters from The Times, CNN and Politico …"
[NyTimes] : "When Snap goes public next month, one of the biggest winners will be Lightspeed Venture Partners.<p>Lightspeed, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, was the first institution to invest in Snap, the company that popularized disappearing messages, and it is now set to reap more than $1 billion from …"
[NyTimes] : "SAN FRANCISCO — When new employees join Uber, they are asked to subscribe to 14 core company values, including making bold bets, being “obsessed” with the customer, and “always be hustlin'.” The ride-hailing service particularly emphasizes “meritocracy,” the idea that the best and brightest will …"
[NyTimes] : "If there is a wild, out-there script to becoming a billionaire, Mark Cuban could lay claim to following it.<p>Mr. Cuban, worth $3.4 billion, now owns the Dallas Mavericks, which won the N.B.A. championship in 2011, and is a star of “Shark Tank,” a reality television show where successful entrepreneurs …"
[NyTimes] : "Most of us came of age in the last half of the 20th century and had our perceptions of “normal” formed in that era. It was, all things considered, an unusually happy period. No world wars, no Great Depressions, fewer civil wars, fewer plagues.<p>It's looking like we're not going to get to enjoy one of …"
[NyTimes] : "Since Election Day, for-profit college companies have been on a hot streak. DeVry Education Group's stock has leapt more than 40 percent. Strayer's jumped 35 percent and Grand Canyon Education's more than 28 percent.<p>You do not need an M.B.A. to figure out why. Top officials in Washington who …"
[NyTimes] : "If you don't like your job, you aren't alone. In fact, two out of three working Americans do not feel engaged at work, according to a Gallup survey. And many of these people spend more of their waking time working than doing anything else.<p>As a psychology professor at a business school, I have …"
[NyTimes] : "James Niehues is not a typical landscape artist. Yes, he uses watercolors to depict mountains and valleys, the sun and shadows and trees and waterways. But though the results are gorgeous, they are also entirely practical: He paints trail maps for ski resorts.<p>Since 1987, he's captured almost 200 of …"
[NyTimes] : "KERN COUNTY, Calif. — A soft light was just beginning to outline the Tejon Hills as Bret Adee counted rows of wizened almond trees under his breath.<p>He placed a small white flag at the end of every 16th row to show his employees where they should place his beehives. Every so often, he fingered the …"
[NyTimes] : "Perhaps the most memorable line from last year's presidential debates was Donald J. Trump's characterization of Hillary Clinton after she alluded to his tax issues.<p>“Such a nasty woman” immediately entered the national lexicon, inspiring feminist Halloween costumes, T-shirts and sundry other …"
[NyTimes] : "SAN FRANCISCO — Snap, the parent company of the ephemeral-message application Snapchat, on Friday revealed its own story: the video presentation it will use to pitch investors as it prepares to go public in a few weeks.<p>The more than 35-minute video walks viewers through the history of Snap, its …"
[NyTimes] : "President Trump, in an extraordinary rebuke of the nation's press organizations, wrote on Twitter on Friday that the nation's news media “is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people.”<p>Even by the standards of a president who routinely castigates journalists — on Thursday he devoted much …"
[NyTimes] : "Some microscopes today are so powerful that they can create a picture of the gap between brain cells, which is thousands of times smaller than the width of a human hair. They can even reveal the tiny sacs carrying even tinier nuggets of information to cross over that gap to form memories. And in …"