Charles Duhigg

New York Times

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Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times and co-author of its "iEconomy" series exploring the American economy through the lens of Apple and other technology firms; author of The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business

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Last week  thieves stole  the financial information of some 40 million Target shoppers who swiped their cards inside the big box stores.

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Last week  thieves stole  the financial information of some 40 million Target shoppers who swiped their cards inside the big box stores.

Identity Theft: How Companies Learn, Lose, Your Secrets

Last week thieves stole the financial information of some 40 million Target shoppers who swiped their cards inside the big box stores.

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A Senate committee today heard details of Apple's web of subsidiaries, in the US and around the world — some with no employees but total exemption from taxes or even laws requiring…

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