Big data could ‘stop famines from ever happening again,’ says World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim
"Famine by definition is large numbers of people who are starving to death. There’s no reason for that to ever happen."
In Apple’s hometown of Cupertino, a debate over the fate of an old mall epitomizes Silicon Valley’s class divide
Who gets to live in one of Silicon Valley’s richest cities?
Plus, Facebook Dating could become a multi-billion dollar business; Linux creator Linus Torvalds steps aside to get help after years of abusive emails; lobsters prefer getting baked before being boiled.
Amazon’s blockbuster Alexa event made zero mention of privacy concerns — and that may say more about us than about them
Alexa, how secure is my data?
Why Walmart will beat Amazon at groceries.
That number will surprise some people, like the person typing up this article.
Business of Fashion Editor in Chief Imran Amed explains how the industry is becoming more explicitly political on the latest Recode Media.