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Stories from wsj.com - Digg Digg Skip to content , or skip to search . Home Video Editions Store Search Search Search Sign In / Sign Up Advertising Animals Animation Architecture Archive Art Audio Aviation Beliefs Books Booze Business Cars Cities Comics Crime Culture Curious Cute Design Digg Dialog Digg Original Documentary Drugs Economics Education Election 2016 Explainer Fame Food Funny Gaming Gender Gross Histories Health How-To Human Nature Internet Language Late Night Law LGBT Long Reads Maps Media Movies Music Nature News Photos Politics Race Science Sex Short Film Sleep Space Sports Studies Style Technology Toys TV Video Warfare World wsj.com RSS   wsj.com A HARSH REALITY Millennials Don't Care About Fabric Softener 5 diggs wsj.com Business Curious Economics 1w Shailesh Jejurikar, P&G’s head of global fabric care, told analysts recently that most millennials “don’t know what the product is for.” 5 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain BETTER LATTE THAN NEVER Howard Schultz To Step Down As Starbucks CEO 7 diggs wsj.com Business News 3w Starbucks Corp. Howard Schultz is stepping down as chief executive of the Starbucks Corp so he can devote all of his time to a new strategic initiative of opening high-end coffee shops for the 45-year-old company. 7 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain $100 MILLION DOWN THE DRAIN Rupert Murdoch, Other Big Names Took Huge Hits On Theranos 0 diggs wsj.com News 3w Several large investments from families and individuals helped infuse Theranos with $632 million in its latest funding round, which stretched from 2014 to 2015, including $100 million from Rupert Murdoch. digg Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain BLOOD TIES The Whistleblower That Took Down Theranos 39 diggs wsj.com Long Reads Business 5w After working at Theranos for eight months, Tyler Shultz decided he had seen enough. And when management wouldn't listen to his concerns, he turned elsewhere. 39 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain PICKING UP THE SLACK Group Chat Emerges As The Hottest Thing in IT 12 diggs wsj.com Business Internet Technology 7 Nov Forget artificial intelligence. Forget the cloud. Forget everything you think you know about what will separate the winners and losers among business-technology vendors. The defining turf war of the next decade will be group chat. 12 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain FANGS FOR THE HELP The New Must-Have Yard Accessory: A Feral Cat 14 diggs wsj.com Animals 27 Oct Homeowners in rat-plagued Chicago are acquiring packs of killer felines. 14 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain TELL US HOW YOU REALLY THIEL Facebook Employees Pushed To Remove Trump’s Posts As Hate Speech 7 diggs wsj.com Internet Election 2016 Media Politics Donald Trump 21 Oct Some of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s posts on Facebook have set off an intense debate inside the social media company over the past year, with some employees arguing certain posts about banning Muslims from entering the US should be removed for violating the site’s rules on hate speech, according to people familiar with the matter. 7 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain VICTIMS OF THE FUTURE The Patients Hurt By Theranos 4 diggs wsj.com Health Business Science 22 Oct Blood-test results caused alarm and prompted changes in treatment; some patients weren’t told for months about unreliable results. 4 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain SO PERVASIVE EVEN THE CATTLE TAKE IT Tramadol: The Opioid Crisis For The Rest Of The World 21 diggs wsj.com Drugs Long Reads World 20 Oct Inexpensive, imported tramadol is so heavily abused in northern Cameroon that it seeps from human and animal waste into the groundwater and soil, where vegetation absorbs it. 21 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain WE'RE SHOWERS, NOT GROWERS Why The Economy Doesn’t Roar Anymore 15 diggs wsj.com Economics 16 Oct Whoever sits in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find that faster productivity growth — the key to faster economic growth — isn’t something a president can decree. It might be wiser to accept the truth: The US economy isn’t behaving badly. It is just being ordinary. 15 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain RIP Robin Williams’s Kaleidoscope of Bicycles 4 diggs wsj.com Sports Fame 14 Oct The late comedian was a fanatical cyclist and his expansive and eccentric collection of bicycles is now up for sale. 4 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain SERVICE JOURNALISM You Bought A Vineyard. Now, Meet Your Staff 2 diggs wsj.com Curious 14 Oct Wine lovers who follow their dreams of owning a French château often find an unexpected amenity included: its staff. 2 diggs Save Share Tweet 'nana Blacklist story Blacklist domain PRIME MOVIN' IN Amazon To Expand Grocery Business With New Conven