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State of the Art: Twitter, It’s Time to End Your Anything-Goes Paradise

Twitter should scrap a founding principle — everyone gains equal footing and any behavior is tolerated — and create a new system that rewards positive contributions.

Skin Deep: His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours

How teenage boys and young men wearing makeup are affecting beauty norms.

Atelier Swarovski Turns to Man-Made Gems

The line’s first high jewelry collection features diamonds and emeralds grown in laboratories.

Uber Reveals 2016 Data Hacking Affecting 57 Million Accounts

The ride-hailing company said it was hacked last October and that the breach was kept secret. In the aftermath, Uber fired its top security executive.

Economic Scene: Patent ‘Trolls’ Recede as Threat to Innovation. Will Justices Change That?

Created to keep invalid claims from hurting companies, consumers and the economy, a government panel faces an existential threat in a case before the Supreme Court.

I-Square expansion: Town Board votes to rezone parcels

The fully built-out I-Square project would reach 92,000 square feet.         

F.C.C. Plans Net Neutrality Repeal in a Victory for Telecoms

A rollback of net neutrality regulations would represent a significant victory for companies like AT&T and Comcast and would amount to a strike against consumers.

Meg Whitman to Step Down as Hewlett Packard Enterprise C.E.O.

After building eBay into an internet giant, Ms. Whitman took over Hewlett-Packard and split the Silicon Valley icon in two, with mixed results.

Warning Signs About Another Giant Bitcoin Exchange

On some days, Bitfinex claims to be doing more trades than some stock exchanges. But it has lost millions in two hackings and has no government oversight.

Net Neutrality Repeal: What Could Happen and How It Could Affect You

For you and me, the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to repeal net neutrality rules can be boiled down to two questions: What might happen? And who do you trust?