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Surprise! Two-thirds of U.S. residents would have been happy to have their city win Amazon’s HQ2.

Most don’t think the split second headquarters is a big deal.

Here’s what happens when the big media companies take their content off Netflix

The streaming media pioneer could lose about a fifth of its content hours.

Peloton now has more U.S. customers than SoulCycle, new data suggests

Tech-based home fitness companies are having a heyday.

Recent East Coast hurricanes have gotten more media coverage than California wildfires

It’s not your imagination: Fires get written about less.

Don’t be the jerk who brings up bitcoin this Thanksgiving

Cryptocurrency has no place at the table.

Here’s what Amazon HQ2 employees will face in Long Island City when it comes to transportation, housing and ... sewage

A lot of change is on the horizon for the Queens neighborhood.

How Amazon’s HQ2 and HQ3 locations compare with Seattle and the U.S. overall

"National Landing" and Long Island City have high office vacancy rates and are both cheaper places to buy homes than Seattle.

Social media growth is over in the U.S. — which is its most valuable market

There’s room for growth around the world, but advertising revenue overseas is significantly lower.

Silicon Valley’s Democrats aren’t galvanized by Trump any more than Republicans are — if you look at their donation history

Bay Area donations to Democrats and liberal causes, however, still rose by $54 million compared to totals in 2014.

Tech employees are much more liberal than their employers — at least as far as the candidates they support

Corporate political action committees aren’t as motivated by partisan politics as individuals tend to be.

Twitter is now consistently profitable

It took more than a decade, but Twitter just turned a profit for the fourth quarter in a row.

One way to track the rise of tech — check the expense reports

Amazon, Uber and Lyft are among the Top 10 most frequently expensed U.S. vendors this quarter.

Brandless wants to create the next great consumer packaged goods brand — but it hasn’t built customer loyalty yet

Third-party data puts its sales and customer retention below its peers.

Amazon’s HQ2 announcement is imminent. Here’s a look at the final contenders.

Sort them by tech talent, rent and commute times.

Elon Musk’s summer of bad behavior hasn’t affected Tesla’s sales, but it has hurt its reputation

The new and used market for Teslas is booming.

Facebook will soon rely on Instagram for the majority of its ad revenue growth

As Instagram’s founders depart, execution can’t skip a beat.

SodaStream’s path to its $3.2 billion Pepsi deal

The future of soda is carbonated water.

10 charts that sum up 2018 (so far)

News cycles come and go, but data is forever.

It’s official: Apple is the first U.S. public company to reach a $1 trillion market value

$2 trillion, though, will be tricky.

Fortnite is generating more revenue than any other free game ever

It hit a record $318 million last month.

People spend almost as much time on Instagram as they do on Facebook

Snapchat isn’t far behind.

Americans seem to like ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. But it’s hard to say exactly how many use them.

Is it 24 percent? Is it 43 percent? Answers vary.

Tech companies are taking out record amounts of convertible debt. Here’s why.

Twitter is the latest in a long line of tech companies issuing record amounts of convertible bonds.

Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today

It probably won’t look like this for long.