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Rent for a year, "helpful" Internet commentators, and a predictable response.
Empathy, it turns out, is reflected in higher levels of consciousness.
Here's What Happened After A Woman Wrote A Scathing Critique Of Her $1,200 Sofa (Clue: A Lot Of People Will Get Free Sofas)
Sometimes, customers have to complain really loud before they're heard.
In a lawsuit filed Thursday, Waymo says a former employee stole nearly 10 GB of data and then met with high-level Uber executives. He resigned from Waymo 12 days later.
Marc Andreessen broke his five-month Twitter hiatus, offering to answer questions for $20 each, with the proceeds donated to Black Girls Code.
In a new stance, President Trump's spokesman says federal marijuana laws will apply to "recreational" marijuana use but not the medical kind.
Deregulation tops the list.
American Airlines Is Introducing a New 'Simplified' Boarding System (Guess How Many Groups There Are)
This isn't simple.
Thinking of dropping out of college to become a business mogul? You might be on to something. A college dropout turned successful entrepreneur let me share my story.
Sexual harassment? Diversity? A lack of transparency? Those are awfully familiar issues for the Huffington Post founder.
Here is what others are doing this year.
From the post-Grammy red carpet, how to make it big by following John Travolta's footsteps.
Mitch and Freada Kapor's open letter reveals they have been trying to change Uber's culture from behind the scenes.
Tapping into the tried and true to get through the tough times.
LinkedIn Is The New Facebook: Here's What You Need To Know by Chris Dessi
To be effective, you must clarify, simplify, and multiply.
Music is an essential part of our lives, rain or shine. Now big data is coming from Spotify and AccuWeather to make playlists that match our moods.
According to FCC filings, the company received the green light to bring it to market.
The company sent out a statement taking issue with the president's rollback of Obama-era transgender protections.
People try to imagine what they want life to be like in ten years and then build a map to get there. These maps are built with today's data and if you follow them, you will be a different person by the time you reach your destination.