A pared-down version of President Trump’s “travel ban” took effect Thursday night, barring immigrants and refugees from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States unless they can prove a relationship with a U.S. citizen or entity; late adjustments to the administration’s rules included fiancés but not grandparents and other “extended” family. In an emergency filing, the state of Hawaii asked a federal court to clarify the scope of the ban, saying the government’s latest restrictions go further than the Supreme Court allowed. [Tony Romm / Recode]
This week’s international malware attack has raised concerns that the National Security Agency has rushed to create digital weapons that it cannot keep safe or disable. [The New York Times]
Airbnb is launching a new service for luxury vacation rentals at mega-homes, mansions and penthouses. Airbnb Lux will begin testing in some markets at the end of the year. [Bloomberg]
Meal-kit delivery company Blue Apron raised $300 million in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange, opening at about $10 a share. The five-year-old New York City-based company slashed its IPO price amid questions about the long-term feasibility of its model. [Jason Del Rey / Recode]
Blue Apron CEO Matt Salzberg will join Bonobos CEO Andy Dunn and Williams-Sonoma CEO Laura Alber at September’s Code Commerce event in New York City, where retail and commerce industry leaders will explore the convergence of digital and physical in the realm of buying and selling stuff. [Jason Del Rey / Recode]
No single device will have as much impact as the iPhone in the next 10 years. Here’s a look at which products in the market today might have a comparable effect over the next decade. [Jan Dawson / Recode]
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This lucky couple won a glamorous, all-expenses-paid wedding at Taco Bell’s chic Las Vegas Cantina location, catered with Doubledillas, Gorditas and a hot-sauce-packet bouquet. They weren’t the first; the fast-food company is now offering anyone the chance to get married at the Vegas franchise for $600. [Eric Vilas-Boas / Thrillist]
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