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Employees Jump at Genetic Testing. Is That a Good Thing?

Employees Jump at Genetic Testing. Is That a Good Thing?

The start-up Color Genomics has quickly become a leader in employee genetic screening and counseling. It tests for harmful genetic mutations that could increase the risk of developing certain hereditary cancers or high cholesterol.

YouTube Shooting Puts a Focus on Workplace Security

YouTube Shooting Puts a Focus on Workplace Security

Small groups of employees were allowed to reenter YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, Calif., on Wednesday, a day after a woman shot three people in an office courtyard and killed herself. The attack has some companies scrutinizing their security policies.

As Google Maps Renames Neighborhoods, Residents Fume

As Google Maps Renames Neighborhoods, Residents Fume

A district south of downtown San Francisco was long known as Rincon Hill, South Beach or South of Market. This spring, it was renamed on Google Maps as the East Cut, a name that has spilled into the physical world.

Nintendo’s Switch Brings Some Magic Back

Nintendo’s Switch Brings Some Magic Back

The Nintendo Switch, which players tested at the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this year, has helped turn the company around.

‘Weaponized Ad Technology’: Facebook’s Moneymaker Gets a Critical Eye

‘Weaponized Ad Technology’: Facebook’s Moneymaker Gets a Critical Eye

Government officials, researchers and advertising executives have warned that microtargeting tools, like the kind Facebook offers, can be exploited to polarize and manipulate voters.

The Biggest Spender of Political Ads on Facebook? President Trump

The Biggest Spender of Political Ads on Facebook? President Trump

President Trump’s operation has run dozens of ads on Facebook recently that seek to rally support to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the vacant spot on the Supreme Court.

As Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air, Frauds and Flaws Rise to Surface

As Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air, Frauds and Flaws Rise to Surface

Checking the values of virtual currencies in January. Such currencies have slid more than 50 percent in value from their peaks early that month, bringing various problems to the fore.

Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit.

Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit.

Julie Bloom, a deputy editor on the national desk, communicates with her reporters in multiple ways: via text message, Slack, the Signal app, Gchat and phone calls.

Uber Is Target of Federal Sex Discrimination Inquiry

Uber Is Target of Federal Sex Discrimination Inquiry

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is said to be investigating whether Uber systematically paid women less than men and discriminated against women in the hiring process.

Apple Cuts Revenue Forecast Because of Slow iPhone Sales in China

Apple Cuts Revenue Forecast Because of Slow iPhone Sales in China

An Apple store in Beijing. In a letter to shareholders, Apple’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, said poor sales in China had forced the company to reduce expectations for its most recent quarter.

Why Made in China 2025 Will Succeed, Despite Trump

Why Made in China 2025 Will Succeed, Despite Trump

The rush toward automation in China’s manufacturing center suggests Made in China 2025 will succeed, in part because the effort is bigger than Beijing.

Intel C.E.O. Brian Krzanich Resigns After Relationship With Employee

Intel C.E.O. Brian Krzanich Resigns After Relationship With Employee

Brian Krzanich, Intel’s chief executive, last year. Mr. Krzanich resigned from his executive and board member positions on Thursday.

How to Go Back to the Old Gmail

How to Go Back to the Old Gmail

In the new version of Gmail, top, click the gear icon to get to the option to return to the old version, bottom.

A Generation Grows Up in China Without Google, Facebook or Twitter

A Generation Grows Up in China Without Google, Facebook or Twitter

Wen Shengjian, 14, of Dongying, China, said he knew the names of Google, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, but “I don’t need them.”

California Passes Sweeping Law to Protect Online Privacy

California Passes Sweeping Law to Protect Online Privacy

A new privacy law in California, believed to be the toughest in the United States, gives consumers new rights over their personal data.


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