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Is Business School Worth It? How MBA Programs Are Revamping in 2019 | WSJ
Applications to MBA programs across the U.S. are declining. 13 Sep 2019, 16:26
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Roommates vs. Living Alone | My Money Dilemma | WSJ
The added expenses of living alone can come as a shock if not budgeted properly. These two Washington, D.C., area professionals compare the monthly costs of living alone versus living with roommates. 12 Sep 2019, 16:45
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Restorers Try to Get Lunar Module Guidance Computer Up and Running | WSJ
In 1976 in a warehouse in Texas, Jimmie Loocke bought two tons of scrapped NASA equipment. 11 Sep 2019, 16:12
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What Facebook, Google and Others Can Learn From Microsoft’s Antitrust Case | WSJ
The Department of Justice is investigating the U.S.'s largest tech firms for allegedly monopolistic behavior. Roughly 20 years ago, a similar case threatened to destabilize Microsoft. WSJ explains. 10 Sep 2019, 16:57
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Why Making Apple iPhones in America Is So Hard | WSJ
As Apple tries to escape tariffs and the trade war, it is moving production out of China—but not to the U.S. Here’s how the tech giant has become so reliant on a global supply chain. 9 Sep 2019, 16:03
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Expert Butler Explains the Best Way to Pack Your Carry-On Bag | WSJ
Shoes, slacks, shirts–which goes in the bag first? Barbara Maly, a butler at New York's St. Regis Hotel, is a packing pro. She shows you how it's done. 6 Sep 2019, 16:45
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Maria Sharapova on the Loneliness of Losing and Winning | WSJ
Five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova talks to Veronica Dagher about managing her money, career, and other people's expectations. 5 Sep 2019, 16:10
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Oldest, Most Strategic U.S. Base for Deterring North Korea Shuts Down | WSJ
After more than 60 years, the U.S. is closing a military base in Seoul that has kept the region safe from North Korean threats. 4 Sep 2019, 16:59
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How China's Tariffs Could Disrupt Tesla's Recent Progress | WSJ
Higher import tariffs in China and other challenges could offset Tesla’s recent ratings upgrade and its improved outlook for Model 3 production. 3 Sep 2019, 16:15
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Touring A Cascades Home Designed to Feel Like Summer Camp | WSJ
Bill Broadhead says his family's second home – what he calls "Mid-Century mountain" – works best when it is full of guests. 30 Aug 2019, 17:21
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Why WeWork's Business Model Is Risky | WSJ
The We Co.’s public offering is expected to come as early as next month. But some investors are saying it might not be worth the risk. Here’s why. Photo: Getty #WSJ #WeWork | 29 Aug 2019, 15:42
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DJ Steve Aoki Discusses Vegas Paydays, Benihana and His Latest Venture | WSJ
DJ, record producer and music executive Steve Aoki talks to WSJ's Lee Hawkins about how casinos justify paying some big-name DJs $500,000 a night or more, and how he leveraged his fame as a DJ to | 28 Aug 2019, 17:55
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Home DNA Tests Can Disrupt Family Dynamics. Here's How | WSJ
More people are taking home DNA tests to learn about their background. For some, the results can be not only unexpected, but can radically change their lives. WSJ’s Amy Dockser Marcus explains. 27 Aug 2019, 16:51
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How The RealReal Cashes In on Pre-Owned Luxury Brands | WSJ
Resellers of designer clothing and apparel say there’s no reason to be closeted about buying and selling pre-owned luxury wearables. The RealReal consignment company is cashing in on the trend. 26 Aug 2019, 16:04
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The Hidden Safety Risks of Your Amazon Order | WSJ
Amazon's pursuit of boundless selection has led it to become a massive marketplace with millions of sellers. But has this business strategy put customers at risk? 23 Aug 2019, 16:16
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How Radicalization Online Can (And Can't) Be Stopped | WSJ
In the wake of the El Paso, Texas, mass shooting, web-infrastructure company Cloudflare took down the online message board where the killer posted his manifesto. 22 Aug 2019, 16:10
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Why You’re Probably Paying For Faster Internet Speeds Than You Use | WSJ
In the age of high-speed internet, encountering a spinning wheel when you try to stream a video can be maddening. 21 Aug 2019, 16:36
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What Hong Kong Protesters Want | WSJ
What started off as a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill has become a series of massive protests with broad political demands. 20 Aug 2019, 16:00
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How Job Stress Affects Your Health | WSJ
In this episode, digital science editor Daniela Hernandez participates in a week-long experiment to find out how work-related stress impacts our bodies and to measure her own resilience. 19 Aug 2019, 16:03
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Meet the Couple Making Six Figures by Reselling | WSJ
Ryan and Allison Roots are full-time resellers -- they take new and used items, mark them up, and sell them online for a profit. 16 Aug 2019, 16:17
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How Facial Recognition Will Get You to Your Gate Faster | WSJ
Airlines and TSA are starting to scan faces to get people through security and the boarding gate faster. 15 Aug 2019, 16:00
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Huawei Staff Help Governments to Spy on People: WSJ Investigation
On the ground in Uganda, our reporters uncovered how Chinese telecom giant Huawei is providing surveillance tools that African governments use to stifle dissent. Video: Clément Bürge. 14 Aug 2019, 16:11
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Why Wall Street Is Placing A Big Bet On Meatless Meat | WSJ
Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, and other traditional food companies are all betting the rise of meatless alternatives could permanently change the way people look at meat. But are they right? 13 Aug 2019, 17:23
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Why Breaking Into the Chinese Beer Market Is Almost Impossible | WSJ
As global beer sales have stalled, major brewers such as AB InBev and Carlsberg are flocking to China. 12 Aug 2019, 16:43
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Sobriety Is Trending. This Is How Businesses Are Catching On | WSJ
As more people cut back on booze, non-alcoholic breweries, bars and spirits alternatives and are popping up to give the so-called sober curious a range of options beyond conspicuous non-consumption. 9 Aug 2019, 16:38
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Behind the Wheel of the First Car Ever Called Porsche | WSJ
The world’s first Porsche, built in Nazi-era Germany, is going up at auction. WSJ’s Dan Neil got to take the 1939 Type 64 Berlin-Rome Rennwagon for a drive. 8 Aug 2019, 16:15
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The Evolution of the Aerial Dogfight | WSJ
Advances in technology are allowing fighter pilots to kill each other from as far away as possible. 7 Aug 2019, 16:05
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Why Are Wages Low in the Growing Job Market? | WSJ
The U.S. labor market has added jobs for 106 straight months. But wages aren’t growing as fast as expected. WSJ markets reporter Akane Otani explains. Photo: Getty #WSJ #economics | 6 Aug 2019, 16:46
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Smart Lights Can Offer Both Perks and Hassles for Your Home | WSJ
The promise of smart lights is you don't have to get out of bed to turn off the lights. 5 Aug 2019, 20:05
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When 'Made in Vietnam' Products Are Actually From China
Some Chinese manufacturers are dodging U.S. tariffs by rerouting goods to Vietnam and other countries. Here’s a look at why transshipment is on the rise, and how U.S. 1 Aug 2019, 17:44
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