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Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

NFL's Pushback on Blackout Ruling Amounts to Empty Threats

The FCC is set to vote down a long-standing blackout rule, and the league's claims it could cause games to move to pay TV are overblown.

 

The FCC May Redefine 'Television' to Include the Internet

The proposal could create new competition to cable providers like Comcast.

Large Oil Company Bolts From ALEC

Occidental Petroleum is cutting ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council amid backlash against the organization's stance on climate change.

Political TV Ads Will Soon Reach Facebook-Level Creepiness

The creepy personalized ads that show up on your Facebook feed could be coming to your TV screen soon.

Silicon Valley Thinks It Has the Answer to Its Diversity Problem

Hiring managers continue to fall far short of diversity goals. Enter big data.

FBI Questions Apple and Google Over Privacy Features

The companies will prevent the government from accessing phone data—even with a warrant.

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Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.

The city has transformed into a thriving financial hub. But as its population gets more diverse, Des Moines struggles with poverty among some minorities.

NFL's Pushback on Blackout Ruling Amounts to Empty Threats

The FCC is set to vote down a long-standing blackout rule, and the league's claims it could cause games to move to pay TV are overblown.

 

The FCC May Redefine 'Television' to Include the Internet

The proposal could create new competition to cable providers like Comcast.

Large Oil Company Bolts From ALEC

Occidental Petroleum is cutting ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council amid backlash against the organization's stance on climate change.

Political TV Ads Will Soon Reach Facebook-Level Creepiness

The creepy personalized ads that show up on your Facebook feed could be coming to your TV screen soon.

Silicon Valley Thinks It Has the Answer to Its Diversity Problem

Hiring managers continue to fall far short of diversity goals. Enter big data.

FBI Questions Apple and Google Over Privacy Features

The companies will prevent the government from accessing phone data—even with a warrant.

Show More
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