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.
From a mechanic whose six-figure salary has been halved to a hairstylist who has lost her home, readers across the US gave us a look at their financial reality.
The government ordered 59 Chinese-owned apps to be blocked following border clashes with China that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.
Shiny new updates for your shiny Apple toys.
It’s the latest example of Facebook suing people it says have abused its platform.
The Trump Administration Will Soon Deny Work Permits For Asylum-Seekers Who Enter The US Without Authorization
The policy will also block work permits for asylum-seekers who do not file for protections within one year of arrival in the US.
Thousands Of Gig Workers Can’t Make A Living Unless They Install A Controversial Contact Tracing App First
Workers say the platforms are exploiting them by making it mandatory to install the Indian government's contact tracing app.
They had been "doing everything the right way," the woman told a local news outlet. “And then the first night we go out, Murphy’s Law, I guess.”
He Won A Landmark Supreme Court Case That Changes LGBTQ History, But He Lost Nearly Everything To Make It Happen
"I don't regret one decision," said Gerald Bostock, the lead plaintiff in the landmark Supreme Court ruling banning workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual identity.
Starbucks Is Now Allowing Its Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Merch After Getting A Ton Of Backlash
The policy reversal comes after employee pushback and calls for a boycott.
Vogue’s editor is now promising to do better for Black employees and readers. Does she not realize that she, largely alone, had all the power all along?
Internal Peloton message board comments reveal fear among employees asked to deliver Peloton equipment to homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was announced even though there's been an increase in coronavirus infections in California.
A group of women are alleging in the class action lawsuit that the company's "free dresses for teachers" giveaway was all a marketing stunt to get their personal information, something the company's lawyer denies.
The feature will be tested on Android phones.
Coronavirus Contact Tracers Are Facing Death Threats And Comparisons To Nazis On Facebook And YouTube
"Contact tracers are the new Gestapo," one post said.
Let the fight between cookies and brownies begin.
The contingent Facebook workers in Austin have been organizing to pressure their direct employer, Wipro, for better treatment.
“It’s encouraging to see Zuck post this, but I’ll maintain my skepticism until some sort of action is taken by the company," one Facebook employee told BuzzFeed News.
Inside a private forum, some volunteer moderators for the platform are furious at the company's stance.
Twitter And Snapchat Are Reining Trump In. Critics Want Them To Do It To Politicians Around The World.
“Politicians in many places have posted worse."