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From Our NYT Files: Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.

From Our NYT Files: Google’s File on Me Was Huge. Here’s Why It Wasn’t as Creepy as My Facebook Data.

Google has far more data about us than Facebook. Yet unlike Mark Zuckerberg’s social networking empire, which has been under fire for improperly leaking user data, Google has sidestepped controversy.

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From Our NYT Files: 15 Pop Music Festivals to Catch This Summer

From Our NYT Files: 15 Pop Music Festivals to Catch This Summer

From SZA in New York to Post Malone in Chicago, concerts across the country you don’t want to miss this season. We also picked our favorite festivals in theater, dance and classical music.

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From Our NYT Files: How Much Is That Sneaker in the Window?

From Our NYT Files: How Much Is That Sneaker in the Window?

To walk into the 3,000-square-foot Stadium Goods store in SoHo is to be confronted by rows and rows of pristine, shrink-wrapped athletic footwear. Look closely and you might be a little stunned by the price tags.

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From Our NYT Files: From Super Bowl to David Bowie, V.I.P. Treatment Awaits

From Our NYT Files: From Super Bowl to David Bowie, V.I.P. Treatment Awaits

M.G. Orender rattles off a list of the great sporting events he has attended: the Super Bowl, the Olympic Games, the Kentucky Derby, the United States Open (tennis and golf), the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.

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From Our NYT Files: Casual Office Chatter Gets a Colleague in Trouble. Now What?

From Our NYT Files: Casual Office Chatter Gets a Colleague in Trouble. Now What?

An employee’s conversation about a colleague’s vacation accidentally put both of them in a sticky disciplinary situation. Here’s how to minimize the damage.

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From Our Ad Age Files: Google’s Removal of Doubleclick ID Presents Litany Of Issues For Brands, Agencies

From Our Ad Age Files: Google's Removal of Doubleclick ID Presents Litany Of Issues For Brands, Agencies

The walls around Google’s garden are about to get a lot taller.

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From Our NYT Files: The Sistine Chapel of Comic-Strip Art

From Our NYT Files: The Sistine Chapel of Comic-Strip Art

On a beer-splotched wall of a Midtown sports bar, a forgotten relic from the heyday of cartooning, featuring Beetle Bailey, Fred Flintsone and some jokers from Mad magazine. With cameos by James Thurber, Ernest Hemingway and Marilyn Monroe.

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From Our NYT Files: Five Ways to Make Spring Cleaning Easier

From Our NYT Files: Five Ways to Make Spring Cleaning Easier

It is normal to have a love-hate relationship with spring cleaning.

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From Our NYT Files: And for His Next Act, Ev Williams Will Fix the Internet

From Our NYT Files: And for His Next Act, Ev Williams Will Fix the Internet

For years, Ev Williams was saddled with doubts. As a co-founder of Blogger and Twitter and, more recently, as the chief executive of the digital publishing platform Medium, Mr. Williams transformed the way millions of people publish and consume information online.

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From Our NYT Files: The Billion-Dollar Bank Job

From Our NYT Files: The Billion-Dollar Bank Job

IN 2016, A MYSTERIOUS SYNDICATE TRIED TO STEAL $951 MILLION FROM BANGLADESH’S CENTRAL BANK – AND LAID BARE A PROFOUND WEAKNESS IN THE SYSTEM BY WHICH MONEY MOVES AROUND THE WORLD.

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