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Starbucks' president reveals why the chain rolled out its controversial new rewards program

Facebook really hates people buying likes on Instagram and is suing a company which made millions selling fake engagement

Google launched a new internal portal to help employees report workplace issues, and it's hoping the number of reports goes up as a result

Starbucks still needs to solve a massive problem, as analysts worry about 'anemic' traffic

Amazon's Q1 report offered a mixed bag for investors — a huge earnings beat but disappointing guidance

The cashless revolution is fizzling out as trendy salad chain Sweetgreen and Amazon backtrack following backlash and regulation

Taco Bell's ex-CEO used these 6 strategies to spark Chipotle's incredible turnaround

MARKETING MASTERCLASS: Here's how the top CMOs in the world are driving results

A feature Facebook stole directly from Snapchat now has more than twice as many users as Snapchat

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook's future involves making billions from shopping, not just ads

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will spend the next 5 years carving its business in two

The $5 billion fine Facebook expects to pay the FTC is a joke — on all of us

The founder of Craigslist and other donors will 'reassess' their support for the Markup following the controversial firing of its editor-in-chief

Why Facebook is paying a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion

Lowe's is cementing its newfound relationship with the NFL with enough 4x6 boards for 140 football fields

Facebook is bracing for a record-breaking $5 billion fine from US regulators

Home Depot could have been called 'Bad Bernie's Buildall' if an early investor hadn't intervened

A New York Times story about YouTube's internal 'Condom Challenge' deliberations shows why keeping toxic content off the site is such a daunting challenge

Snap beat Wall Street's expectations for Q1 2019, but its user growth is still stalled

A yet-to-launch tech news site backed by Craigslist's founder is facing a staff exodus after its renowned editor-in-chief was forced out