Saturday, December 16, 2017

Silicon Valley tech firms hiring eye-candy models for parties at record rate: report

That lovely young woman at your tech company’s holiday party may profess to be tight with your firm’s most-talented software engineer, but she may...

Google gender-discrimination suit by three women tossed out

A lawsuit by three female former Google employees claiming the tech giant paid women less than men has been dismissed, but may reappear in...

YouTube, responding to crisis over content, will have 10,000 people reviewing videos: CEO

In a tacit admission that its much-hyped artificial intelligence still lags behind humans, Google said it would increase the number of people it has...

Stanford’s elite business school caught cheating — by one of its own MBA students

Given that it costs $140,000 in tuition alone for a Stanford business school MBA degree, it’s not surprising that half the students receive fellowship...

Uber’s top lawyer to staff: ‘If you’re still spying on people, quit it’

Revelations that Uber conducted secret surveillance against competitors prompted the ride-hailing giant’s top lawyer to issue a cease-and-desist order to security staff, according to...

It’s magic: As the housing supply plunges in Silicon Valley, sales somehow inch up

In the old days, people used to say real estate was all about “location, location, location.” These days, it’s just hard to locate a...

Amazon drone would dismantle itself in sky, rain down parts

Nobody, it can be imagined, wants a drone falling on their head, especially if it’s a drone large enough to deliver packages for Amazon....

Waymo lawsuit takes ugly turn for Uber

Uber’s lawyers can’t be trusted, an angry federal judge said Nov. 28 as he lambasted the ride-hailing giant for withholding from him a document...

Uber hid document, Waymo alleges, start of trial delayed

Google self-driving-car spinoff Waymo is accusing rival Uber of a dirty legal trick, claiming the ride-sharing giant hid a document as the two wage...

Campbell’s Barracuda Networks going private in $1.6 billion deal

Campbell information-technology firm Barracuda Networks will be sold for $1.6 billion to a major private equity company in a deal that will take Barracuda...

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