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Lands' End Pulls Gloria Steinem Interview
Clothing retailer Lands’ End has issued a formal apology for featuring an interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinem in its spring catalog after backlash from the anti-abortion movement. “We understand that some of our customers were offended by the inclusion of an interview in a recent catalog with Gloria Steinem on her quest for women's equality,” the company said in a statement.

Why Venmo, and Every App Like It, is So Annoying to Use
It shouldn’t be so difficult to pay people over the Internet. In a world where you can order any conceivable product, video-chat people in other hemispheres and change the temperature in your apartment before you even get home, why is it so hard to split the check at a restaurant? There are lots of companies trying to change this, but somehow...

Meditation Made This CEO a Better Boss
He said just 10 minutes of mindful meditation every night helps him stay present and subdue distracting thoughts or emotions that prevent him from paying attention during each of his obligations in a given day. That, he said, makes a huge difference in how he leads the San Jose-based company’s roughly 6,300 employees. “When I meet with people all day, especially internal people..."

Why Trader Joe's Big Move On Eggs Is So Important
Trader Joe's has thrown its weight behind the growing cage-free egg movement, making it one of the few prominent grocery chains to do so. The company on Feb. 12 announced it would begin selling only cage-free eggs in all stores by 2025. Locations in California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado could see the switch as early as 2020.

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