Instagram's Founders Say It's Time for a New Social App
The rise of AI and the fall of Twitter could create opportunities for upstarts
Running in Circles
A subscription running shoe program aims to fight footwear waste
What I Learned Working at a Hawaiien Mega-Resort
Nine wild secrets from the staff at Turtle Bay, who have to manage everyone from haughty honeymooners to go-go-dancing golfers.
How Noma Will Blossom In Kyoto
The best restaurant in the world just began its second pop-up in Japan. Here's what's cooking
The Last-Mover Problem
A startup called Sennder is trying to bring an extremely tech-resistant industry into the age of apps
Tick Tock, TikTok
The US thinks the Chinese-owned social media app is a major national security risk. TikTok is running out of ways to avoid a ban
Cleaner Clothing Dye, Made From Bacteria
A UK company produces colors with less water than conventional methods and no toxic chemicals
Pumping Heat in Hamburg
The German port city plans to store hot water underground and bring it up to heat homes in the winter
Sustainability: Calamari's Climate Edge
Squid's ability to flourish in warmer waters makes it fitting for a diet for the changing environment
New Money, New Problems
In Naples, an influx of wealthy is displacing out-of-towners lower-income workers
The Perils of Protectionism
Trump's tariffs couldn't save the California olive industry
Brazil Yanks the Welcome Mat for Oil Investors
Foreign oil majors have filed an injunction to halt a new tax on crude exports
POINT OF FAILURE
Silicon Valley Bank's collapse exposed a weakness in tech and in the broader economy
How Do Policymakers Solve a Problem Like ChatGPT?
The rise of chatbots is an added challenge to officials trying to develop rules for Al
Free Online Tax Returns, Brought to You by the IRS
A government competitor to Intuit’s TurboTax may be more likely now than it’s ever been
Glencore Stays the Course With Coal
The commodities giant’s CEO says the fossil fuel is still necessary, even as he pursues minerals needed for the energy transition
Foxconn Takes the Slow Lane in Ohio
The iPhone maker's EV dreams are running into the reality of recalls and fledgling partners
Hollywood Braces For a Strike
Without a deal by May 1, production of dozens of shows and movies may come to a standstill
History shows that when the Federal Reserve is raising rates, an unexpected shock can trigger a recession
Google's ChatGPT Response? Stuff Al Into Everything
○ A company widely seen as a leader in the field scrambles to regain the initiative
Where the Ax Will Fall Next
Another week, another round of job cuts—this time Meta Platforms Inc. is adding to the 11,000 people it fired in November with thousands more, Bloomberg News has reported.
The Case for Ditching Your Wallet
Bellroy's clever phone carrier keeps those last crucial cards close.
There's an Art To This Game
A reality show pits artist against artist, fighting over a prize that's already been won.
Building a Better Backpack
Self-proclaimed \"bag nerds\" have created a market for ultra-functional carryalls, made with elite materials By Ryan Cavataro Photograph by Linda Xiao
Chill Out, Look Up
A trip to Sweden's Arctic Retreat finds days packed with physical fun and nights aglow with the northern lights
Through snow and mud and mountains, the Ferrari Purosangue SUV is a speed machine By Hannah Elliott Photographs by Alberto Bernasconi
Silicon Valley's OBSESSION with the AI APOCALYPSE
EFFECTIVE ALTRUISM became a punchline after Sam Bankman Fried’s implosion, but its philosophy of maximum do-gooding is part of a wider web of tech industry thinking, funding, living, zealotry—and alleged abuse.
China's Covid Scars
After imposing three years of sacrifice, Xi Jinping's government let Covid tear through the population in two months. Moving on won't be easy
KEEPERS OF THE FLAME
Culture warriors, foodies and affluent homeowners are clutching their gas stoves. Can Americans finally be persuaded to switch to induction?
Wooing the Unemployed
Business schools see a crowded pool of applicants in laid-off (or worried) tech workers