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Apple iPhones and iPads are still missing a feature that’s critical for parents and workers. And it’s even more baffling now that it’s available on Apple TV.

Apple CEO Tim CookJustin Sullivan/Getty Images Apple’s latest version of iOS and its new iPadOS still lack a key feature – support for multiple user profiles. The company announced on Monday that it’s bringing the feature to Apple TV – but not to iPhones and iPads. This reporter has for …

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Apple is taking on Facebook and Google by doubling down on privacy, but the plan could backfire in an epic way

Apple CEO Tim Cook.Lucy Nicholson/Reuters If you’ve been paying attention to Apple over the past year, you probably weren’t surprised to see it tout its privacy bona fides at its annual developers conference on Monday, or to see it gleefully disparage the failings of other tech companies. Privacy has been …

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The incredible story of Ferrari 72-year journey from an up-start racing team to a $27 billion-dollar luxury brand

Ferrari Ferrari is one of the most valuable brands in the world. Ferrari – the Italian supercar maker and Formula One racing operation – is worth $27 billion. Unlike many of its rivals, Ferrari is a racing operation first and car company second. Ferrari was founded as a racing team …

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I spent 3 hours walking up Miami’s old ‘Millionaires’ Row,’ and I was completely underwhelmed. Here’s what it looks like.

Katie Warren/Business Insider Miami’s “Millionaires’ Row” is a stretch of waterfront in Miami Beach that was once a celebrity hotspot, home to coveted oceanfront mansions and luxury hotels. But the wealthy are no longer moving to this once-glamorous neighborhood, which spans Collins Avenue between 41st Street and 62nd Street. Instead, …

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A Hamptons mansion on a 58-acre estate just sold for more than 50% off, and it’s a sign of the area’s flailing luxury real-estate market

Google Maps A mansion that sits on a 58-acre estate in the Hamptons just sold for more than 50% off, the New York Post reported. The property in Bridgehampton, called Three Ponds Farm, went into contract for about $35 million – $40 million less than its original 2003 asking price …

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Facebook’s shareholder meeting was a sad display of impotent groveling, and it’s the future in store for many other investors

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.AP Facebook shareholders expressed frustration with Mark Zuckerberg’s running of the company at its annual shareholder meeting Thursday. They could do little about the situation, though, because Zuckerberg’s shares give him the ability to determine the outcome of any shareholder vote and to control Facebook’s board. The …

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Mark Zuckerberg dodged a barrage of calls for him to give up some power at Facebook, and instead said governments need to step up to the plate

Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Calls for management changes dominated Facebook’s annual shareholder meeting on Thursday. Several attendees asked CEO Mark Zuckerberg to cede some control. The shareholders said the changes were needed so that the company can more capably combat the spread of misinformation and hate speech on the …

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An unnamed Saudi buyer spent $52.2 million on a 20,000-square-foot Los Angeles mansion and a neighboring house for his staff. Take a look inside the compound.

Simon Berlyn A wealthy Saudi buyer has snapped up two neighboring Los Angeles mansions to create a $52.5 million compound, The Wall Street Journal reported. The larger home, which has seven bedrooms and about 20,000 square feet of living space, sold for $45 million, making it the most expensive home …

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