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The CEO insists that Apple had an "incredible quarter" compared with other companies.
A startup called GetHuman offers to handle your most-dreaded customer service calls for $5 to $25 a pop.
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Money from streaming services gave the record industry a massive boost in 2015, though we're still not spending as much as we did on music in the old days.
The former Reddit chief is one of eight women uniting for Project Include to encourage tech companies to have more inclusive workforces.
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Testing this smart wine bottle at a winery.