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Larry Page, Google cofounder
Larry Page is stepping down as Alphabet CEO, turning over the role to Sundar Pichai, who has been Google’s chief executive since 2015.
A federal court dealt another blow to President Trump’s attempt to shield his financial information from Democrats, saying it would not stop Deutsche Bank or Capital One from turning over ten years of documents.
David Geffen already has his name on UCLA’s medical school—the result of a $200 million gift in 2000—but he’s still ponying up another $46 million for the institution.
Marshall Shepherd, one of the world’s top climate change scientists, has received one of his field’s most distinguished prizes. As he explains on Forbes, he’s refusing to go pick up his award.
Think your Thanksgiving dinner convo was awkward? Well, Facebook was worried enough about what it would be like for its workers that it created a chatbot they could turn to for answers about the company’s recent scandals.
“Ten years ago, Cyber Monday was about people getting back to the office after the long weekend” to shop online, says National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay, reflecting on the lessons that shops should draw from this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Now “you no longer need to wait till Monday.”
Four years ago, alcohol giant Constellation Brands paid $1 billion for the company that makes Ballast Point beer. Now it’s jettisoning Ballast Point, selling it to a small brewing business, Illinois-based Kings & Convicts for an undisclosed sum.
Picturing a trip to Art Basel Miami? This insider’s guide has all the tricks you need to enjoy The Magic City.
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A search-and-rescue instructor died on a mountain after a helicopter couldn’t land. Now a company cofounded by one of his trainees is using technology to stabilize these flights.
Everyone knows Donald Trump is rich. But how about the people jockeying to replace him as president?
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