Why I didn’t buy a Samsung or iPhone

The current design trend is the elimination of bezels (the frame around the display) to allow for the largest screen possible while still minimizing the form factor.

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Why the Fall of Harvey Weinstein Signals the End of Fashion’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Practices

Weinstein’s accusers were muffled for more than two decades, but today’s connected world won’t tolerate this sort of behaviour in any industry, including fashion.

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Op-Ed | Is Fashion Missing the Homeware Opportunity?

Too many luxury brands are still not thinking strategically about the category — at their own peril, argues Isabelle Dubern.

Too many luxury brands are still not thinking strategically about the category — at their own peril, argues Isabelle Dubern.

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In the Aesthetic Blender-Fashion Trends Recycle Past Trends

Whereas we were once required to make strong commitments to semiotic tribes, we now live in a ‘Supermarket of Style’ where young people cut-and-paste stylistic identity at will.

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Report: Sonic hit with data breach, millions of customers possibly affected

Fast-food chain Sonic Drive-In may have been the victim of a massive data breach affecting millions of customers, according to news reports. Millions could be affected by Sonic data breach The Oklahoma City-based company, which serves 3 million people a day, indicated that credit card customers were most likely at risk after the burger and shake…

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Viewpoints: The Last Happy Doctor; The Controversial Notion The Government Should Boost It’s Citizens’ Wellbeing

A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.

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Viewpoints: Mohammad Ali’s Experiences Offer Insights About Athletes And Brain Disease; What About That National Opioid Emergency?

A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.

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Parsing The Plan: Graham-Cassidy Is A ‘Horror’ And ‘Legislative Malpractice’

In between what appears to be a tendency among editorial writers to give the GOP repeal-and-replace plan a grim review, one writer offers a defense.

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Private Jets For Tom Price Grounded While Inspector General Investigates Travel Spending

“We’ve heard the criticism. We’ve heard the concerns. We take that very seriously and have taken it to heart,” says Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price about reports that he has spent $300,000 on private airplanes for government travel.

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Dismemberment Abortions are Still Legal in Texas Until Another Court Hearing in November

Last week we reported that U.S. District Court Lee Yeakel of the Western District of Texas had issued a temporary restraining order blocking Texas’ Dismemberment Abortion Ban– part of Senate Bill 8–while the full lawsuit brought by the abortion industry against the State of Texas moves forward. The TRO had been scheduled to expire in 14 […]

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