[OPINION EDITORIALS] Black employees at the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative call out co-CEOs Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg for perpetuating an “All Lives Matter” approach to racial justice,...
[BUSINESS NEWS] Google claps back at the Australian government with an open-letter to Australian consumers, opposing the proposed News Media Bargaining Code law.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Online retail giant Wish moves to push products through small businesses in the US since a UN shipping subsidy was cut. Could piggybacking e-commerce...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Ad tech company Mediaocean prioritizes employment in a crisis, and as a result saves jobs while bolstering business capacity. An example for all.
(BUSINESS NEWS) The Midwest produces 20% of USA GDP but only receives 5% of venture capital funding, so why is it the most overlooked region for...
Australia seeks to require Facebook and Google to pay royalties to media companies for use of news content on their platforms.
(POLITICS) CEOs of Alphabet, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon set to testify in House Judiciary Committee antitrust investigation hearing today.
(BUSINESS ENTREPRENEUR) Pierre Laguerre, CEO of Fleeting, is the first Black man to raise $1.07 million SEC max from regulation crowd funding.
(BUSINESS ENTREPRENEUR) PopCom raises $1.3 million in equity crowd funding to launch smart vending machines that will securely sell regulated products like cannabis and alcohol.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Americans must come together on a new social contract if we have any hope of permanently reopening the economy and saving lives.
(POLITICS) Conservative SCOTUS justices rely on textualism to hand down landmark ruling in favor of LGBTQ rights in Bostock v. Clayton County
(BUSINESS ENTREPRENEUR) Founders Forum survey seeks to understand how early-stage startups are changing their workplace strategy to adapt to our new COVID-19 controlled world.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Analysis suggests reopening economies in phases in each country. How will we find harmony between economic, epidemiological, and political leaders?
(BUSINESS NEWS) Facebook survey captures tumult of spring 2020 on small and medium business, with a dash of optimism going into the summer.
(BUSINESS NEWS) WW fires thousands of employees over Zoom, no questions asked or answered. So much for Wellness that Works, live up to your motto.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Mark Zuckerberg might reduce remote worker salaries if they move to cheaper locations. Do you include using Facebook’s private jets in your cost of...
(BUSINESS MARKETING) Applebee’s and Chuck E. Cheese appear on delivery apps under aliases. Is this a shifty marketing scheme or a legitimate practice?
(BUSINESS MARKETING) TikTok product developers hustle to roll out a new augmented reality brand effect to compete with Snapchat and Instagram.
(BUSINESS MARKETING) Botto Bistro Restaurant owner gives absolutely no f***s and recruits negative Yelp reviews for sport. Maybe yelp should be "persuaded" to chill.
(BUSINESS MARKETING) Lead generation agency, Belkins, develops web application to mass-extract contact info from LinkedIn. How badly do you want leads?
(BUSINESS MARKETING) We live in the information age, everything can be broken down into data and used to understand the world around us, but how can...
(TECH NEWS) AR cut-and-paste allows users to cut images of real-world objects to paste directly into Photoshop cutting down on file conversions and editing.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Has buying items online become the new norm because of COVID-19? Purchases in stores have slowed but will they return once shops are opened...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Amazon workers organize locally, nationally, and globally in an attempt to get Jeff Bezos’ attention to gain safe working conditions at warehouses.
(BUSINESS NEWS) In shocking consistency with pernicious moral corruption, insurance companies are refusing to pay restaurants for coronavirus disaster claims.
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