The Wall Street Journal: Google CEO warns staff to stay nonpartisan or face actions

Alphabet’s Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai warns employees in a memo against letting their personal politics affect their work as the internet giant fends off criticism that its widely used products could be biased.

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Key Words: Arizona Rep. Gosar’s 6 siblings rewrite the script for negative ads (Spoiler: They’re for the other guy)

Family testimonials in an ad against Congressman Paul Gosar of Arizona left plenty of Republicans and Democrats cringing, some simply over the awkwardness. Others cheered the principles behind this unusual negative political ad.

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Key Words: All pot stocks aren’t Tilray — and that’s a good thing, says CEO of rival Canopy Growth

The fledgling sector is much more stable than Tilray’s headlines would imply, Canopy’s Bruce Linton insists.

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Market Snapshot: Dow posts back-to-back records, but tech woes weigh on broader market

The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday notches a second straight all-time high, but a slump in megacapitalization technology and internet-related stocks weigh on the broader market, pressuring the Nasdaq.

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Tilray stock slammed as cannabis sector finishes turbulent week

Tilray Inc. stock tumbled Friday and closed down 30%, making for a dramatic end to a turbulent week that saw the entire cannabis sector post strong gains and losses, sometimes in the same session.

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The Wall Street Journal: U.K.’s May says Brexit talks have reached ‘an impasse’

Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday warned that Brexit talks had hit an impasse and called on European leaders to present new proposals as negotiations between the two sides turn increasingly acrimonious.

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Outside the Box: It’s time for companies to end the obsession with millennials and hire older workers with skills and expertise

Age discrimination leads to a less productive workforce.

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The Ratings Game: iPhone lines were shorter this year, though that might not mean much for Apple

Waiting in line for an iPhone doesn’t seem to hold the allure it once did, but a dwindling band of analysts still camp out with Apple Inc.’s superfans and try to glean insight from their presence and preferences.

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Key Words: Anthony Bourdain in trailer for show’s final season: ‘I pinch myself’

The final season of the late culinary and travel personality’s show “Parts Unknown” is set to premiere Sunday on CNN, and, in a trailer released this week, the late host is heard saying that, after the cameras are off and he and the crew are unwinding over drinks, he would at times pinch himself.

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It’s not just the breadsticks and pasta pass: Olive Garden is popular for bathrooms, too

Olive Garden gets high ratings on nondining features including its bathrooms and advertising, according to data from Technomic.

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