Phil Wahba on 03/18/2019

Victoria’s Secret Formally Returns to Swimwear Market

The declining brand is turning to an old category.Victoria’s Secret on Monday unveiled its new swimwear items, returning to a category it decided to leave three years in a move that backfired on the once venerable lingerie label.The brand, part of L Brands, lb, cited in a statement “overwhelming dem

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Erin Corbett on 03/18/2019

Without Fanfare, Apple Introduces Two iPads Compatible With Apple Pencil

Starting price for iPad Air is $499.Apple today introduced its newest iPad Air and iPad mini, which made their debut, atypically, in a news release.The latest iPad mini is the first update to the device since 2015, and all new models will support the Apple Pencil, allowing users to draw and take not

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Natasha Bach on 03/18/2019

Moby’s Latest Album Is Currently Exclusive to Meditation App ‘Calm’

The artist's new album was released over the weekend.Meditation app Calm is breaking into album exclusives. Pioneered by the likes of Tidal, Calm is taking album exclusives to the world of meditation too. Moby's new album, which dropped over the weekend, is available exclusively on Calm for the firs

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Erin Corbett on 03/18/2019

The First Day of Spring Is This Week. Before You Balance That Egg, Read This

Spring has (almost) sprung!Millions of people across the Midwest and Central U.S. felt the cold of another winter storm just last week, but Americans can look forward to the first day of spring very soon.When is the first day of spring? On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at 5:58 p.m. ET, the spring equin

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Natasha Bach on 03/18/2019

Who Is Seiichi Miyake? What to Know About the Tenji Block Inventor

Making navigating public spaces easier for the visually impaired since 1965.The inventor featured in Monday's Google Doodle may not immediately ring a bell, but your feet likely known his invention.Seiichi Miyake is the inventor of the tactile, or Tenji blocks, which are used in public spaces like s

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Natasha Bach on 03/18/2019

Top Facebook Executive Departures Could Be Contagious, Warns Analyst

"This implies accelerating value destruction until senior executive turnover ends." Facebook could have a rough road ahead. Wall Street brokerage firm Needham & Company downgraded the social media giant to a hold rating on Monday, amid worries of a continued management exodus, Laura Martin, a Needha

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Chris Morris on 03/18/2019

Make Your March Madness Bracket Pick With Big Data’s Help

Adobe opens up its analytics tool to help you win the NCAA basketball tournament office pool.Creating winning brackets for March Madness--the NCAA basketball tournament--is notoriously difficult. One Cinderella team can blow your chances of prevailing in the office pool, one of the few times corpora

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Katia Dmitrieva, Bloomberg on 03/18/2019

Princeton Economist Alan Krueger, Ex-Obama Adviser, Dies at 58

Princeton University economist Alan Krueger, who served as chairman of President Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers and was one of the profession's top experts on the labor market, died over the weekend. He was 58.The New Jersey school announced his death in a statement on its website Monda

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Adam Lashinsky, Jonathan Vanian on 03/18/2019

Data Sheet—Intel’s A.I. Plan Vs. Donald Trump’s

This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Sunday, March 17, 2019.This is the web version of Data Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter on the top tech news. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here.A month ago Donald Trump issued an executive order designed to maintain America's greatness on

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Polina Marinova on 03/18/2019

Term Sheet — Monday, March 18

On deals and dealmakers.ON THE ROADRide-hailing company Lyft begins its road show today, and it's aiming high. The startup hopes to raise a maximum of $2.4 billion from its public debut at a valuation that could reach $23 billion. The company will offer a little more than 30 million shares, and the

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Grace Dobush on 03/18/2019

Facebook Faces an Ad Boycott After Livestream of the New Zealand Mosque Shooting

Companies are yanking their ad dollars from Facebook after the airing and sharing of the video.A consortium of New Zealand’s major companies has pledged to pull their advertising from Facebook fb following the live-streaming of Friday’s mosque shootings in Christchurch, the New Zealand Herald report

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Aaron Pressman, Adam Lashinsky on 03/18/2019

Data Sheet—How Elon Musk Is Ruining His Own Reputation

This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Monday, March 18, 2019.This is the web version of Data Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter on the top tech news. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here.How is it that Elon Musk has traveled so quickly from slavishly admired disruptive visionary to

A Aaron Pressman, Adam Lashinsky
Don Reisinger on 03/18/2019

Lyft Prices IPO in Bid to Raise Up to $2.1 Billion

Lyft's share price could top $68.Ride hailing service Lyft is one step closer to going public.In a filing on Monday, Lyft said that it will price its shares between $62 and $68. At the top of the range, the company could raise $2.1 billion, paving the way for the company to grow its business with th

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Emma Hinchliffe on 03/18/2019

Chelsea Clinton, Gillibrand 2020, Lilly Singh: Broadsheet March 18

The Broadsheet for March 18Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Emma Hinchliffe here to kick off the week. Kirsten Gillibrand makes 2020 official, Jacinda Ardern is in a more somber spotlight, and a #MeToo case marks a milestone for Wall Street. Have a mindful Monday. EVERYONE'S TALKING[bs_bullet_prima

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Don Reisinger on 03/18/2019

Opioid Prescriptions Are Down—But Patients Are Using Them Longer

The longer the use, the higher the risk of overdose.Doctors are prescribing fewer opioids, but that doesn’t necessarily mean translate to good news in the fight against opioid addiction.Between 2006 and 2017, 223.7 million opioid prescriptions were filled each year, according to a new study in the J

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Beth Kowitt on 03/18/2019

Exclusive: PepsiCo Has a New CEO of Latin America—And a New Most Powerful Woman

When Indra Nooyi stepped down as CEO of PepsiCo last year after a 12-year run, it was a depressing reminder of how few women make it to the highest levels of corporate America. Her departure in October depleted the ranks of female Fortune 500 CEOs to a mere 24.Nooyi’s exit from the snacking and beve

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