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The New York Times instituted a paywall on its website last year, a controversial move that has yielded great results.

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The New York Times instituted a paywall on its website last year, a controversial move that has yielded great results.

The New York Times Paywall Is Working Better Than Anyone Had Guessed

Ever sinceĀ the New York Times rolled out its so-called paywall in March 2011, a perennial dispute has waged. Anxious publishers say they can’t afford to give away their content for free, while the blogger set claim paywalls tend to turn...

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Played at a high volume, the Pill has much less distortion than the Jambox.

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Played at a high volume, the Pill has much less distortion than the Jambox.

Beats Moves From Headphones to Listening Out Loud — Really Loud

Ever since its release, Jawbone’s Jambox has set the standard for grab ‘n’ go mobile-device speakers. Now it has a new competitor: the PillĀ from Beats Electronics, purveyors of the ubiquitous Dr. Dre-endorsed stereo headphones. It’s an interesting time for Beats,...

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Russell Reynolds's analysis of 135 tech companies found that former Yahoo employees account for more current CEOs than any other company.

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Russell Reynolds's analysis of 135 tech companies found that former Yahoo employees account for more current CEOs than any other company.

Yahoo Beats Google, Microsoft in Alumni Becoming CEOs: Report

For a company that has struggled to keep a chief executive officer in place, Yahoo! has spawned more than its share of technology leaders from its ranks who have gone on to run other companies. More of today’s leading technology...

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About 43 percent of teens would like to disconnect sometimes, according to a national survey of more than 1,000 people aged 13 to 17.

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About 43 percent of teens would like to disconnect sometimes, according to a national survey of more than 1,000 people aged 13 to 17.

Social Media Survey Finds Many Teens Feel the Need to Unplug

Today’s teens may love their Facebook and mobile phones, but even they feel the need to unplug and smell the roses. About 43 percent of teens would like to disconnect sometimes, according to a national survey of more than 1,000...

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PayScale's report examines tech companies' pay, perks and job satisfaction, among other things.

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PayScale's report examines tech companies' pay, perks and job satisfaction, among other things.

Geek Alert: Tech Companies That Stand Out in the Battle for Talent

Among the largest tech companies, which one do you think offers the best starting pay? Apple? Maybe Google? Try Nvidia. The maker of graphics processors offers median starting pay of $99,400, according to data from online compensation data provider PayScale...

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Ben Verwaayen, chief executive officer of Alcatel-Lucent SA, speaks during an interview in New York in March.

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Ben Verwaayen, chief executive officer of Alcatel-Lucent SA, speaks during an interview in New York in March.

Silicon Valley: Stronger Than Ever?

Here’s one thing I didn’t expect to hear from the chief executive officer of one of Europe’s largest tech companies: “Everything happening today shows you have to be in Silicon Valley to really know what’s going on.” That was Ben...

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The elephant in the room may be your smartphone. Put it down and have some real face time.

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The elephant in the room may be your smartphone. Put it down and have some real face time.

How to Behave at Work, And Reduce Stress, But Not at the Same Time

Congratulations, you made it to Friday. So let’s end the week with Bloomberg TV’s Betty Liu, who spoke with LinkedIn Executive Editor Daniel Roth about the top stories being shared on the social network. At the top of the list...

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A sold sticker  in Palo Alto in 2011. One home seller there recently got 38 offers on a house.

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A sold sticker in Palo Alto in 2011. One home seller there recently got 38 offers on a house.

For Silicon Valley Houses, the Boom Always Comes Around Again

A story today from Bloomberg News reporters Prashant Gopal and John Gittelsohn looks at the rise of real estate bidding wars as some of the overhang in the U.S. housing market gets cleared away. Those wars may be most intense...

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