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More players, more problems.


Would they let their kids play? Would they play again themselves? How do they think about the game today? Their answers might surprise you.

Explore how technology is transforming entertainment and where the most innovative entertainment companies are going next.

Rihanna for PumaPharrell for adidasTyler, the Creator for Converse. The list of musicians collaborating with sneaker brands has grown so long that it’s practically earned its own news vertical. What started in 1986 with Run-DMC’s special edition adidas Superstar has become a rite of passage for popular musicians, an achievement indicating a certain degree of stardom and cultural relevance.

The foundation of Donald Trump’s presidency is the negation of Barack Obama’s legacy.

“I have never, nor would I ever, put the kind of trapdoors and booby traps in my music to make the listener feel dumb… [My] songs and arrangements were complex and convoluted at times, but they were sincere attempts at connecting.”


A multibillion-dollar market started by Gatorade has become a proving ground for the science of hydration.

Nissa Scott started working at the cavernous Amazon warehouse in southern New Jersey late last year, stacking plastic bins the size of small ottomans. It was not, she says, the most stimulating activity. And lifting the bins, which often weigh 25 pounds each, was also tiring over 10-hour shifts.

Now Ms. Scott, 21, watches her replacement — a giant, bright yellow mechanical arm — do the stacking.

The CEO of the e-commerce giant is said to have tasked Amazon Studios chief Roy Price with honing the focus on high-end drama series with global appeal.

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