Only dogs will be considered as legitimate "service animals" on flights, according to a new US rule.
The reversal came after the company said they were concerned about looting and unrest.
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Former Employees At Central Casting, Hollywood’s Legendary Agency, Say Actors Were Tired Of Being Typecast Into Stereotypical Roles
“There are people who rely on them, and Central Casting couldn't care less about what goes on there as long as they are getting their money.”
To avoid paying a 30% cut, Indian tech companies are looking for new ways to get apps in the hands of consumers.
It also released a new Ring car alarm, a car cam to monitor break-ins, a new version of the Echo, and more.
Childcare programs are closing nationwide, many parents can’t afford care, and those who work in the industry hardly earn enough to make the job worth doing.
Years of careful financial planning might not mean much right now. BuzzFeed News wants to hear from you.
There's also a service bundle called Apple One that lets you get all Apple services for a flat fee.
Parents who continue in-person work through the pandemic have a bleak choice: risk exposing your family to the coronavirus, or face financial devastation.
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“I don’t know what the damn problem is at Facebook with anti-Muslim hate, but I would just say at this point that they don’t seem to care.”
Ankhi Das expressed regret in an internal Facebook post — but some Muslim employees think the company needs to go further.
The social media platform has allowed millions of Kenyans to be exposed to fraud — and seems powerless to stop it.
Solidcore Employees Alleged Their CEO Created A Toxic Culture. Now They're Calling For Her To Step Down.
A group of Solidcore coaches launched a petition calling for Anne Mahlum to resign or be removed by the company's board after a BuzzFeed News article detailing allegations of verbal abuse and sexual harassment.
Ankhi Das reportedly protected right-wing politicians from punishment for violating the social network’s rules — and is now facing death threats.
Decades of stagnation and complacency at California’s labor department has left it poorly equipped to handle the state's unemployment crisis.
Five employees at a Texas real estate company told us what it’s like working for a right-wing conspiracy theorist boss who lashes out if they try to wear masks.
Facing uncooperative customers and what they say are unrealistic cleaning expectations, California Lululemon employees are highlighting the toll the pandemic is taking on retail workers.
Mike Edwards' resignation comes after BuzzFeed News reported on concerns among staff about diversity problems at the popular children's clothing company.
The people are not trying to spread coronavirus misinformation — but to fight against it.
PPP loans were supposed to be a lifeline for small businesses during lockdown. But as the pandemic drags on, small business owners say they're not getting support.
Names, credit card data, addresses, and information on transactions as recent as yesterday are being sold online.
Hackers took over some of Twitter's biggest accounts to solicit bitcoin on Wednesday.
Citing "security risks," the company had said TikTok must be deleted for Amazon employees to access their work email accounts.
Following the Indian government's ban of 59 apps owned by Chinese companies, the video app company is reminding people it's American.
For four days in July, Facebook ran an ad from a page called “White Wellbeing Australia.”
"I finally realized I'm not crazy — this is crazy."
Following a BuzzFeed News investigation into donor confusion between the California-based foundation and the Black Lives Matter movement, authorities are stepping in.