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Charles Duhigg

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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.

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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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…

Is Apple a Tax Cheat?

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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