“If it was true, I was pretty sure immediately I couldn’t continue working there,” one former Google employee told BuzzFeed News.
“Work hard. Have fun. Make history.”
The city of San Francisco has awarded permits to just two scooter companies, Scoot and Skip.
Already dealing with backlash from employees who object to working with government agencies, major tech companies are now facing criticism from a new source — prospective hires.
Iowa-based West Liberty Foods is suing Blue Apron, claiming the company reneged on its promise to pay for half of the costs pertaining to a joint free-range chicken venture.
Google executives abruptly changed the topic at an all-hands meeting when it became apparent some employees were sharing information with the press.
Here’s What The DEA Said About Allegations Tesla Hid An Investigation Into Meth Trafficking At Its Gigafactory
The Drug Enforcement Administration says it doesn’t inform the subjects of investigations that they’re being investigated.
Following a series of crises at Google, disparate worker organizing efforts within the company are coalescing, part of a growing workers’ movement in the tech industry.
When tech companies including Uber, Airbnb, DoorDash, and Bird end up in hot water with local regulators, they turn to their customers to bail them out.
The future of work was supposed to be flexible and fun, but on Upwork, some freelancers feel tethered to their computers by software that takes screenshots and tracks their keystrokes.
"Choose a side: Cancel your contracts with ICE, or be remembered as a company, and individually as people, that abetted human rights abuses condemned around the world."
A proposed ban on corporate cafeterias meant to force tech workers out of the office for lunch could have unintended consequences for low-wage workers in San Francisco.
Video recorded last week outside Amazon's facility near Madrid shows police arresting protesters, hitting one man with a baton, and kneeing another to the ground as they arrest him.
The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) said it wouldn’t accept the money unless Salesforce canceled its contract with Customs and Border Protection, which Salesforce says it won't do.
“The sound sensors can capture audio data based on interactions between the employee and the guests, interactions between the guests, and sounds resulting from movement and/or actions of the employees and/or guests.”
As tech companies face protests over border security contracts with immigration agencies, corporations have been forced to address security threats both internal and external.
Federal agencies are asking whether Facebook’s disclosures about the breach were accurate and timely.
Employees at Salesforce follow those at Microsoft, Amazon, and Google in pushing back against their companies' contracts with military and government agencies.
Some say Musk’s paranoia and late-night Twitter rants reveal a billionaire cracking under pressure. But those who know him best say this is nothing new.
In data-hungry, tech-happy chain restaurants, customers are rating their servers using tabletop tablets, not realizing those ratings can put jobs at risk.