Save Your Starbucks!Soon there will be 600 fewer places to get a Frappucino. Slate wants to hear the symptoms of your withdrawal.
UnzippedHigh gas prices threaten the car-sharing model—yet more companies than ever want in on the action.
Jim Cramer Doesn't Want To Poke YouWhy social networks can't mix with investors—unless they're not social.
Hitting "Platypus Bottom"Forget bears and bulls. There's a new animal metaphor on Wall Street.
eBay's Identity Is Going, Going …Online auctions are past their prime. Neither the market leader nor Wall Street knows what that means for the future.
Meet Bear Stearns' ProsecutorA relatively obscure U.S. attorney brings the subprime mortgage saga into a new, criminal phase.
Can Wal-Mart Save Local Newspapers?Craigslist, take note: It takes one monolithic villain to beat another.
Rock the CashbackMicrosoft's new advertising scheme is clever but fatally flawed. Somebody better tell Yahoo.
Amen, Canada! The Canadian Supreme Court, unlike the United States’ Supreme Court, understands that sectarian prayer is sectarian.
Stop Vilifying Almonds Yes, they use up a lot of water in drought-afflicted California. But the story gets a lot more complicated from there.
What Happened at Slate This Week? Chad Lorenz talks about running the home page, writing headlines, and his favorite picks from the magazine this week.
Golden Status The Warriors are the best team since Jordan’s Bulls. Why aren’t they respected as such?