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June 4, 2013

Hot Pizza Delivered By A Drone

The DomiCopter will be delivering hot Domino's pizza to your neighborhood if a franchise in the United Kingdom has its way.

Inside Silicon Valley's Original "Lean In" Circle

Sheryl Sandberg's book has inspired women to start consciousness-raising groups for career women. This elite Bay Area group, the first in the country, agreed to let me in.

Splitsville

Troubled gaming company Zynga was forced to lay off 520 employees, or 18 percent of its staff, Monday. The company has lost about $5 billion in value since going public.

Scenes From Zynga After The Fall

Earlier today, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus said he would lay off 520 employees and shut down offices in New York and other places. Here's what it was like for the employees who got their pink slips.

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