Brands boycotted Google this past week when they learned their ads were appearing on hateful videos. The pressure could finally force the company to change. The post YouTube’s Ad Problems Finally Blow Up in Google’s Face appeared first on WIRED.
Two spacewalking astronauts ventured outside the International Space Station on Friday for a 6-1/2-hour spacewalk, the first of three to prepare the orbiting laboratory for future commercial space taxis and to tackle maintenance chores, NASA TV showed.
Cracker Barrel is being quiet. If you had been fired, you’d want it that way too.
Tokyo-based Moneytree, the Japanese startup offering an asset managing app and cloud-based accounting soutions, announced on Tuesday that it has raised a total of 1 billion yen (nearly $9 million US) in their latest funding round.
Obamacare remains in limbo. Here’s how that could affect you and your employees.
PRESS RELEASE: Tradeshift, the world’s largest business commerce platform, today announced the release of Tradeshift Ada, the world’s first smart interface for B2B commerce that offers new automation capabilities to help users accelerate how they buy,…
It’s nearly impossible to mention Elon Musk, cofounder of PayPal and current CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, without thinking about innovation. Musk is truly a king of innovation, sharing the stage with other entrepreneurial giants as Sir Richard Branson, Oprah, Steve Jobs, Henry…
Chinese search giant Baidu is expanding its Silicon Valley footprint with a new office in Sunnyvale specifically for autonomous driving and AI research, the company announced today. With this expansion, company president and ex-Microsoft executive Ya-qin Zhang is taking on an additional title: chairman of Baidu USA. The company’s U.S. presence in part functions as […]
Open innovation at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago.
There’s no magic formula to this, as much as I’d like to say there is.