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Hillary Clinton's Use of Private Email at State Department Raises Flags

nytimes.com Michael S. Schmidt (@MichaelSSchmidt) – Mar 2 – WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, State Department officials said, and may have violated federal requirements that officials' correspondence be…
The New York Times Hillary Clinton used personal email at State Department, possibly breaking rules t.co/cWvdFz9fiK
Nelson Wang I wonder what email address she used--hillaryforpresident2016@hotmail.com? t.co/6R3ZKpyNx6
Danielle Ivory "Mrs. Clinton did not have a government email address during her four-year tenure at the State Department" #WTF #FOIA t.co/f6XTNC12XB
Danielle Ivory Penalties for not complying w/ federal record-keeping laws are rare, bc Nat'l Archives has few enforcement abilities t.co/f6XTNC12XB
NYT First Draft RT @ec_schneider: Hillary Clinton's private email account at the State Department. Jeb tweets 'transparency matters,' Dems remain quiet t.co/yhwxxqZlpO
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Petraeus Close to Plea Deal Over Giving Classified Data to Lover

nytimes.com Michael S. Schmidt (@MichaelSSchmidt) – Mar 3 – WASHINGTON — David H. Petraeus, the best-known military commander of his generation, is close to reaching a plea deal with the Justice Department that will allow him to avoid an embarrassing trial over whether he provided classified…
DealBook Petraeus Reaches Plea Deal Over Giving Classified Data to Lover t.co/7GBjZtWxwg
MikeIsaac RT @owlese: Petraeus Reaches Plea Deal Over Giving Classified Data to Lover t.co/9L5nURydzu t.co/Ex8BWtr8po
Damon Darlin Compare the Petraeus plea bargain to the prosecution of Stephen Kim. t.co/R1ah0ytMmk t.co/LpUOZV386M
Matthew Keys David Petraeus could avoid jail time under plea agreement over mishandling classified information - t.co/gJn92Z1aux
Inside #DavidPetraeus reaches a plea deal for giving classified information to his mistress @nytimes @MichaelSSchmidt t.co/6RFhwLDGHS
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Jenna Wortham

Pi.co – Om Malik – Mar 2, 9:00 PM – Jenna Wortham is a staff writer at *The New York Times Magazine*. A graduate of the University of Virginia, she worked at *Wired* before joining the *Times* in 2008 and more recently, the New York Times magazine. Wortham is an important voice on…
Tim Peterson "When you sign up somewhere in the developed world, do you sign up for Facebook's version of the internet?" t.co/caAdRLbYRj
George Kelly RT @nitashatiku: Q&A between two of my most (everyone's most) treasured voices in tech @om and @jennydeluxe t.co/573rfvTlP8
Shira Ovide TIL @jennydeluxe is the most interesting person in the world. t.co/pvjXKpF0wC by @om
Om Malik RT @jennydeluxe: I let @om into my brain to talk about digital imperalism and covering technology as a woman of color. It lives here t.co/BiV7RRJds9
Jenna //// Wortham I let @om into my brain to talk about digital imperalism and covering technology as a woman of color. It lives here t.co/BiV7RRJds9
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Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson

nytimes.com – Matt Apuzzo – Mar 3 – WASHINGTON — Police officers in Ferguson, Mo., have routinely violated the constitutional rights of the city's black residents, the Justice Department has concluded in a scathing report that accuses the officers of using excessive force and…
Jack Patterns of Discrimination in Ferguson, via @nytimes t.co/kWEtxl0yyi
The New York Times Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson t.co/92DPXuWRXd
NYT First Draft Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson t.co/gAQ2PCxWHd
Jenna //// Wortham RT @nytimes: Breaking News: Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson t.co/zz46ukH5by
The New York Times Breaking News: Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson t.co/zz46ukH5by
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Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John

nytimes.com – Justin Wolfers – Mar 2 – Fewer large companies are run by women than by men named John, a sure indicator that the glass ceiling remains firmly in place in corporate America. Among chief executives of S.&P. 1500 firms, for each woman, there are four men named John, Robert…
Eileen Murphy Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John t.co/sdCajhkoad via @UpshotNYT
The Upshot Here's the Glass Ceiling Index to measure the progress of women in top decision-making jobs. t.co/l4AHW2YcR2 t.co/KDTPxH4PUa
The Upshot Here's the Glass Ceiling Index to measure the progress of women in top decision-making jobs. t.co/xqch7yaUG5 t.co/qeJLt5mna5
mhelft RT @ceciliakang: Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John t.co/zxq0ahOGih via @UpshotNYT
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NBC News Shakeup: Andrew Lack in Talks to Return in Top Role (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety – Cynthia Littleton – Mar 3, 6:56 AM – Former NBC News president Andrew Lack is in negotiations to return to a top post at the news division in a management shakeup following the debacle that led to the suspension of “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams and other recent…
NYTFridge RT @MattGarrahan: Variety reporting a shake-up imminent at NBC News. Deborah Turness' "role may change". t.co/OVDQ9mtCB5
VranicaWSJ RT @brianstelter: This Variety story is huge for TV newsers: t.co/lBoTRLdxNL Andy Lack, prez of NBC News from 1993 to 2001, may be coming back .
Jeff Jarvis RT @brianstelter: This Variety story is huge for TV newsers: t.co/lBoTRLdxNL Andy Lack, prez of NBC News from 1993 to 2001, may be coming back .
Peter Kafka RT @bristei: NBC News Shakeup: Andrew Lack in Talks to Return in Top Role (EXCLUSIVE) t.co/uN5BBB3Cjk via @Variety
Brian Stelter This Variety story is huge for TV newsers: t.co/lBoTRLdxNL Andy Lack, prez of NBC News from 1993 to 2001, may be coming back .
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Some Private Colleges Turn a Tidy Profit by Going Nonprofit

nytimes.com Patricia Cohen (@PatcohenNYT) – Mar 2 – After a recent government crackdown on the multibillion-dollar career-training industry, stricter limits on student aid and devastating publicity about students hobbled by debt and useless credentials, some for-profit schools simply shut down. But…
Catherine Rampell RT @danielle_ivory: After a government crackdown, some formerly for-profit colleges are finding the nonprofit arena to be very lucrative t.co/ZsTgTPKju1
Danielle Ivory After a government crackdown, some formerly for-profit colleges are finding the nonprofit arena to be very lucrative t.co/ZsTgTPKju1
Steven Greenhouse Some for-profit colleges change their spots & become nonprofits--but their execs still find way to rake in big bucks. t.co/hgvCyGkc0b
NYTFridge The rising appeal of nonprofit status. Via @nytimes. Some Owners of Private Colleges Profit by Going Nonprofit t.co/G6dLe77wf7
NYTFridge The rising appeal pf nonprofit status. Via @nytimes. Some Owners of Private Colleges Profit by Going Nonprofit t.co/G6dLe77wf7
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Exclusive: Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules

Reuters.com – Jeff Mason – Mar 2, 5:11 PM – WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Monday sharply criticized China's plans for new rules on U.S. tech companies, urging Beijing to change the policy if it wants to do business with the United States and saying he had raised it with…
profdeibert Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules t.co/YYehBxfSRp via @reuters
Trevor Timm Obama rips China for trying to force tech companies to install backdoors. Maybe he should talk to the FBI & NSA too. t.co/kgVfUnyem9
Christopher Soghoian Compare and contrast what China wants of US tech co's to what the US demands of foreign telcos t.co/WgBcMUjWdS t.co/ggEZpCbGwp
Marc Andreessen Textbook definition of "dripping with irony": t.co/M3lsJzGORn
John Doerr This is a serious confrontation with China. Thank you #POTUS and Valerie Jarrett t.co/YBclOUIKEc
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Fraud Comes to Apple Pay

WSJ – Daisuke Wakabayashi – Mar 3 – It didn't take long for fraud to find its way to Apple Pay. Some banks are seeing a growing incidence of fraud on Apple's mobile-payment service as criminals exploit vulnerabilities in the verification process of adding a credit card, according to…
Christopher Mims Apple Pay is leading to 60x higher rates of fraud than typical credit card transactions t.co/jS16QDe46F
WSJD RT @geoffreyfowler: Uh-oh: Fraud rates are about 6% for Apple Pay, compared to about 0.1% for regular plastic t.co/lvc6xunckn
Atul Arora RT @jenvalentino: It didn't take long for fraud to come to Apple Pay, as criminals exploit vulnerabilities in verification: t.co/hLWUe8ZuJu
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Two Theories on Berkshire Hathaway

nytimes.com – Neil Irwin – Mar 2 – Consider these two truthful sentences: Academics who study corporate finance overwhelmingly believe that conglomerates — giant companies that operate in a wide range of industries, often built through acquisitions — are an awfully…
The Upshot What is Warren Buffett doing that you aren't doing? Two theories on Berkshire Hathaway. t.co/DJiM56HINO
The Upshot Conglomerates are supposed to fail. So why didn't Warren Buffett? Two theories. t.co/kFKyOARe7q
NYT First Draft Letter From the Oracle: Two Theories on Berkshire Hathaway t.co/ThDIdoPMUi
The Upshot Conglomerates are supposed to fail. So why didn't Warren Buffett? Two theories. t.co/6NLTjnOhM3
Michael Learmonth ! RT @nytimes: Why Warren Buffett is worth $72 billion and you're not t.co/W1NWMCMImg
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