Rana Plaza Fund, Tracking E-Reader User Habits, Chinese Tycoon Wants to Buy NYT (and Improve It)

Fast fashion brand Mango is claiming a lack of a formalized commercial relationship with Bangladeshi factory Phantom Tac in its refusal to contribute to the $40 million compensation fund for Rana Plaza victims.

E-readers are collecting information on users’ reading habits in hopes of selling the data to authors and publishers.

A Chinese recycling tycoon has expressed interest in buying The New York Times, whose reporting he would then cleanse of “negative” and “not verified” things such as an old article on former Premier Wen Jiabao’s wealth.

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