Strikes, Boycotts, and Outages Mar Amazon Prime Day

Prime Day, which began Monday, is one of Amazon’s biggest promotions of its first year, when the retailer offers administers to subscribers of its Prime service. This time, some Amazon works in Europe are striking during Prime Day, hoping to…

Read More

How Facebook Checks Facts and Polices Hate Speech

Chris Cox has long been the director produce officer for Facebook. He has only recently been promoted to move produce at WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram, which implies he is effectively in charge of produce for four of the six largest…

Read More

The Day I Found Out My Life Was Hanging by a Thread

It started while I was on a Hawaiian trip in May. I speculated I’d just tweaked my back elevating a poolside easy chair. Back home, my back sorenes became severe, and I started showing gut sorenes in my legs. For…

Read More

Trade War Winner Is Who Loses Least as U.S.-China Tariffs Loom

U.S. President Donald Trump’s assertion that swap battles are” good, and easy to triumph” is imitation news if economists are to be believed. The victor in an financial war of attrition will instead be which person loses least. The first…

Read More

Airbnb’s Newest Weapon Against Regulation: The Real Estate Industry

Everywhere you look, regulators are cracking down on Airbnb. In Paris, the company’s largest marketplace, multitudes must now cross-file with the city government and can only roll their dwellings for 120 darkness each year. In Amsterdam, new powers, which go…

Read More

Lebron James Agrees to 4-Year Contract With L.A. Lakers

Cleveland( AP) — LeBron James is leaving home for Hollywood and an iconic team. The Los Angeles Lakers have a new superstar — L.A.-Bron. The four-time NBA MVP announced Sunday night that he has agreed to a four-year, $154 million…

Read More

You Can Now See All the Ads Facebook Is Running Globally

Facebook is debuting a raft of brand-new features aimed at introducing more transparency to advertising on the pulpit, in the wake of an ongoing gossip in which Russian trolls were able to purchase ads targeting the US electorate in the…

Read More

Getting Into Miamis Latest Hot Club Will Cost $350,000

Miami, a city famed for its mind-numbing traffic and slow-cruise culture, is lately looks a lot like the best metropolitan for automobiles in America. Soon after Formula One won its offer to support a race there next year and Grand…

Read More

Why Tech Worker Dissent Is Going Viral

Silicon Valley has a long and reticent record of construct hardware and software for the army and law enforcement. In comparison, a recent motion of work protests against some of those authority contracts has been short, quick, and astonishingly public–tearing…

Read More

Freaked-Out Americans Desperately Seek to Escape the News

Last week, Jen Wrenn, a children’s literacy preach in San Diego, attended her first political declaration after reading about the Trump administration policy of separating small children from their immigrant parents at the border. She had sounded Deadline.” A person…

Read More