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Wow Air’s collapse has seriously affected Iceland’s economy

Love lime green makeup all of a sudden? Blame Instagram, of course.

Lil Nas X and Wrangler collaborated on a clothing line. Some Wrangler customers aren't having it.

The Harriet Tubman $20 bill was due in 2020. Now it might wait years more.

When I couldn’t tell the world I wanted to transition, I went to Dressbarn

How AirPods became an unlikely status symbol

Disruption comes for death

A Silicon Valley startup is trying to rebrand payday loans

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Airbnb is partnering with 23andMe to send people on “heritage” vacations

Urban Outfitters is introducing a clothing rental service

Paying to promote your tweets won’t do much for your personal brand

Why Marie Kondo’s method is ideal for my ADHD

Can a man earn a living on sperm donation alone? This guy did.

Online ads can be targeted based on your emotions

The best $199 I ever spent: an NBA League pass

What Sansa Stark’s coronation hairstyle says about her character development

Little Caesars is the latest chain where you can try out meatless meat

Why is art so expensive?

The rise and fall of the tankini

Target was the first chain to master high-end fashion collaborations. Here’s how it pulled it off.

The best of everything

So many products today claim to be the best. Why — and why can’t we stop buying them?

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Inside a bunker filled with no food but Cheez-Its

How one man makes a living making the Sims kill each other

Texas may pass a “Save Chick-fil-A” bill

Brand names have gotten weirder. A professional namer explains why.

We’ve Entered the Era of the Large Adult Meatball

Why people are so mad about Kylie Jenner’s new skin care line

Why did a coconut water brand threaten to send a Twitter user a bottle of pee?

The 3 biggest US tuna companies use fishing techniques that hurt and kill dolphins, new lawsuits claim

Uber’s premium customers can now push a button to tell their drivers to be quiet

What the 2020 presidential candidates’ logos tell us, explained by design experts

There’s a reason Apple gives Android users a green bubble in iMessage

Walking dogs, driving Lyfts, collecting scooters: an interview with a guy who makes his living entirely through apps

Grocery startup Instacart says it’s fixed its payment problems. This gig worker says it hasn’t.

Angry Birds and the end of privacy

Metal straws, mason jars, bamboo forks: do you have to buy more stuff to go zero waste?

People say they care about privacy but they continue to buy devices that can spy on them

All those rewards apps on your phone are a prime target for hackers

The evolution of Sansa Stark, explained by her costumes