Google Employees Launch Their Own Workers Union
Technology

Google Employees Launch Their Own Workers Union

The union is the latest bold step by tech workers to organize for better working conditions. Most have in recent years lamented unfair labor practices by large tech monopolies.
Google and Apple to Ban Tracking Tech in Apps
Technology

Google and Apple to Ban Tracking Tech in Apps

Both tech giants have issued a statement to all app developers that they must remove a common bit of code from their apps that collects location data from users in order to create marketing campaigns.
How Silicon Valley Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests
Technology

How Silicon Valley Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests

Notable names in Silicon Valley express their support for the protests, including Elon Musk, Melinda Gates, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, and others.
Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years
Business

Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years

Uber officially files for an initial public offering, and this week interest parties had a sneak preview of the company's strategy moving forward.
How Much Would You Have Today If You Had Invested $100 Early in Stocks
Business

How Much Would You Have Today If You Had Invested $100 Early in Stocks

Think as high as you want, these numbers might still surprise you.
Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees
Technology

Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees

Google announced that it will phase out the mandatory arbitration process that employees had to go through to solve internal disputes with the company. The change will go into effect on March 21 and it will affect both current and future employees.

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