Review: Meroma Is the Best Restaurant in Mexico…

The pivotal moment at Meroma came six months in, triggered by a couple from the Netherlands. Shortly after they arrived at the restaurant in the Mexico City’s gentrifying Roma Norte neighborhood, a waiter hurried into…

These Are the Best Jobs of 2019, According…

Ever wondered what the best jobs are out there? Sure, to some extent “best” is a subjective characterization, but there are some factors that make a job more—or less—appealing. Job search site Indeed.com has its…

Neiman Marcus Plants Its Flag in New Yorks…

At the tender age of 112, Neiman Marcus is a newbie again. The Dallas-based high-end department store chain is opening its first full-fledged store in New York on Friday. The 188,000 square foot store will…

Facebooks About-Face

Mark Zuckerberg wants to talk about how Facebook is changing. It is early February, and the 34-year-old CEO sits on a couch in his glass-walled conference room in Facebook’s newest complex, a Frank Gehry–designed structure…

How One Female Executive Used LinkedIn to Land…

Last year, Medidata Solutions realized it had a problem. The pharmaceutical software company had a seven-person board of directors—and all seven were men. Chairman and CEO Tarek Sherif knew he needed to diversify the group.…

As the World Wide Web Turns 30, Its…

Happy Birthday, World Wide Web. It was 30 years ago that British engineer Sir Tim Berners-Lee effectively created the medium that has made communication instantaneous and cheap, spawned a generation of content surfers, launched many…

DoorDash Has Pulled Ahead of GrubHub, Uber Eats…

DoorDash is now the top on-demand food delivery service after knocking off legacy leader GrubHub in consumer spending market share, according to data released on Monday by third-party research firm Edison Trends. When it comes…

Would You Trade Gmail for This Personal Email…

Can we stop big tech companies from feasting on our data? Despite years of outcry from privacy advocates, lawmakers have done little to rein in Facebook and Google, which today suck up more information than…

As North Korea Appears to Be Rebuilding Launch…

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton warned North Korea it must be willing to completely give up its nuclear weapons program or perhaps face even tougher sanctions. “If they’re not willing to do it, President…

Do You Have a Work Wife? These Founders…

"Work Wife" by Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur. Credit: Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur are the co-founders behind Of a Kind, the fashion e-commerce business that was acquired by Bed, Bath & Beyond in 2015—but…

Saks Takes Back Fifth Avenue

Ascending a sleek new multi-colored escalator, designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, Saks Fifth Avenue president Marc Metrick is a man vibrating with excitement ahead of its grand unveiling. The escalator’s bright red and blue…

The 70 Best Companies to Work For in…

This year’s list of best companies to work for in the Bay Area features a large number of tech companies, as one would expect. But the annual list, compiled by Fortune research partner Great Place…

These Companies Are the Best Workplaces in the…

When Maryanne Caughey was hired at San Francisco-based software and services firm Gusto about three and a half years ago, company co-founder Josh Reeves started to explain her maternity benefits. Caughey interrupted. She and her…

The Grand Canyon Turns 100 Years Old Today.…

The Grand Canyon is celebrating a big milestone this year, as it is officially 100 years old. Related On Feb. 26, 1919, Congress passed legislation backed by President Woodrow Wilson recognizing the canyon as a…

How Washington Will Tame Tech’s Behemoths

William Barr, in his January confirmation hearings to become the U.S. attorney general, entered into the lexicon a valuable, if redundant, expression to describe the biggest technology companies in the land. “I think a lot…

A Game of Thrones in the Boardroom

It is said in George R.R. Martin’s fantasy saga, A Song of Ice and Fire, that when you play the Game of Thrones, you win or die—there is no middle ground. In real life, mercifully,…

Big Tech Vs. Big Privacy Lawsuits

Jay Edelson grew up poor among rich kids outside Boston. He seethes at the recollection of other boys smashing their $200 tennis rackets he could not afford, and of his parents scolding him for trying…