Boston hosted a record-breaking Pride event this weekend, against an all-too-fitting backdrop of plans for a ‘Straight Pride’ parade.
Read highlights from Apple’s WWDC keynote announcements, including evolutionary updates to all of their software platforms, a new UI framework for programmers, an ultra-high-end workstation, and a privacy-focused identity solution.
Away closed Series D at a $1.4B valuation, Thumbtack is raising Series H, Bird is in talks to buy Scoot, and Peloton filed for their IPO.
CPGD — a directory of all those many many new-age consumer-direct brands.
Kirkland & Ellis is now the world’s highest-earning law firm, on the back of PE dealmaking.
Nobody goes anymore, it’s too popular: how a growing global middle class and cheaper travel options has made tourism so big that it strains local hotspots.
James Holzhauer’s Jeopardy! run ends just shy of Jenning’s earnings record.
The NCAA is moving the college 3-point line out to the FIBA-standard next year.
A typeface to mimc signs at US National Parks.
From Esquire, the Best Bars in America.
The Washington Post laments the downfall of San Francisco.