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20.04.19 - 02:31
The CEO of a 19-year-old tech company explains how it totally reinvented itself with a tool that programmers find ′mind-blowing′ (Business Insider)
 
Glitch is a browser-based tool for writing code that's winning over developers all over Silicon Valley and beyond — and counts Spotify and Slack among its customers.  We talked to Glitch CEO Anil Dash, one of Business Insider's 100 peopl...
20.04.19 - 01:01
Tesla is shuffling its board of directors amid ongoing negotiations with the Securities and Exchange Commission (TSLA) (Business Insider)
 
Tesla on Friday announced four members of its board of directors will leave their posts once their terms have ended. Brad Buss and Linda Johnson Rice will not pursue reelection to the board at Tesla's stockholders' meeting in June. And in 2020, Ste...
20.04.19 - 00:03
The mother of the YouTube and 23andMe CEOs has a 5-letter catchword for raising successful children and she wrote a book about it (GOOG, GOOGL) (Business Insider)
 
Ester Wojcicki — the mother of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki — has a new book coming out on May 7 about how to raise successful children.  Wojcicki told Fortune in a recent interview that her approach can b...
19.04.19 - 23:55
Here′s the breakdown of how Microsoft managers earn their cash bonuses, according to an internal post by an HR exec (MSFT) (Business Insider)
 
As some employees inside Microsoft decry the company's diversity efforts, they claim that managers have financial incentives tied to diversity. This, it turns out, is true, according to a post that explains how Microsoft managers earn bonuses by the...
19.04.19 - 23:49
An engineer at Uber′s self-driving car unit warns that it′s more like ′a science experiment′ than a real car capable of driving itself (UBER) (Business Insider)
 
Uber has spun out its self-driving car unit as an LLC with the unit's chief Eric Meyhofer as CEO, as part of its $1 billion investment deal. People inside the company say that the company is taking safety more seriously since their car killed a pede...
19.04.19 - 23:31
The scientific reason hangovers are the absolute worst (Business Insider)
 
Common symptoms of a hangover like headaches, nausea, and anxiety are caused by chemical changes in your body and brain that accompany drinking. Alcohol suppresses a hormone called vasopressin, which normally prevents you from urinating too much. Wi...
19.04.19 - 23:07
A Silicon Valley VC says a group of tech companies are quietly blowing away expectations while the spotlight shines on splashy IPOs like Lyft and Pinterest (Business Insider)
 
The initial public offerings of consumer tech startups such as Uber, Pinterest, and Lyft are generating a lot of buzz lately. Enterprise software startups don't spark the same kind of excitement, but they remain a central focus of venture-capital in...
19.04.19 - 22:55
Early reviews of Samsung′s Galaxy Fold are in, and not a single one recommends buying it (Business Insider)
 
Early reviews of the Galaxy Fold have started to appear, and reviewers are recommending against purchasing the device largely due to issues related to its folding screen. A small number of reviewers began reported that the screens on their devices ha...
19.04.19 - 21:55
How to delete photos from an iPad, with an easy method for deleting all of your photos at once (Business Insider)
 
Photos and videos can take up a lot of space on an iPad, so deleting any such files you have backed up elsewhere or don't want anymore is a good way to free up storage for other data. You can delete individual photo or video files off an iPad in tw...
19.04.19 - 21:43
The entrepreneur behind the coveted B Corp label shares why he′s partnering with the UN to solve our most pressing workforce problems (Business Insider)
 
B Lab cofounder Jay Coen Gilbert is one of Business Insider's 100 People Transforming Business. B Lab grants B Corp certification, which indicates that a company benefits employees, the environment, communities, and customers, in addition to shareho...
19.04.19 - 21:13
Here′s what everyone gets wrong about this famous Steve Jobs quote, according to Lyft′s design boss (Business Insider)
 
Lyft's VP of design Katie Dill was recently named one of the 10 people transforming the world of consumer technology. Dill explained her approach to design in an interview with Business Insider. When asked about one of Steve Jobs' most famous quote...
19.04.19 - 21:07
Marketing Cloud Startup Zeta Global is acquiring bankrupt ad-tech firm Sizmek to help marketers run campaigns with first-party data (Business Insider)
 
Marketing tech firm Zeta Global plans to acquire ad-tech firm Sizmek for a reported $40 million. Sizmek is a notable ad-tech company that struggled to stay profitable and recently filed for bankruptcy protection. Zeta Global CEO David Steinberg said ...
19.04.19 - 21:07
How to right click on a Mac computer in three different ways (Business Insider)
 
The right click function can be used to bring up menus, to give options to open, duplicate, or delete a file, or to customize the view of your Mac desktop. Mac users can right click in a number of ways, using their keyboard and trackpad in tandem, or...
19.04.19 - 20:25
BlackBerry wants to rescue users of the doomed BBM messaging service by giving them access to its corporate product (BB) (Business Insider)
 
BlackBerry said it will open up BBMe — the enterprise version of BBM — to individual consumers. The move follows Emtek's announcement Thursday that it will shut down the once popular BlackBerry Messenger service on May 31. Emtek warned t...
19.04.19 - 20:19
The US government has grounded the Cirrus VisionJet ” the cheapest private jet in the world ” because of defective sensors that are ′potentially fatal′ (Business Insider)
 
The FAA has grounded the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet. The agency issued an emergency airworthiness directive (EAD) on Thursday that orders the immediate replacement of the plane's angle of attack (AOA) sensors before it can fly again. The grounding is in...
19.04.19 - 20:13
The Weather Channel was briefly kicked off air after getting hit with a ransomware attack (Business Insider)
 
The Weather Channel suffered a ransomware attack on Thursday morning.  The network was knocked off air for over an hour as a result of the malware attack.  Ransomware is a type of malware used by cybercriminals to lock up a target's comput...
19.04.19 - 20:07
In our quest to become more well-rounded, we′re all missing an important skill that translates to better success, experts agree (Business Insider)
 
Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall are the authors of "Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader's Guide to the Real World." They write that one of the biggest myths at work is that people should strive to be well-rounded. In reality, every one ...
19.04.19 - 19:55
Here′s another sign Apple wants to make its Mac software more like the iPhone (AAPL) (Business Insider)
 
Apple will announce a Mac software update that brings Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time to its desktop software, says a new report. The report comes after Apple has brought other iPhone features like Siri to the Mac in recent years. Apple is also report...
19.04.19 - 19:49
Gig-economy workers like Uber and Lyft drivers may be skewing low unemployment numbers (Business Insider)
 
Unemployment numbers may not fully account for gig economy workers, who may self-report as being "employed" despite not being on payroll, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Gig workers do not have the bargaining p...
19.04.19 - 19:38
Some people inside Microsoft are openly proclaiming that women′s thoughts aren′t as suited to engineering as men′s (MSFT, GOOG) (Business Insider)
 
A debate is raging inside Microsoft over the companies efforts to hire more women and others from diverse backgrounds. Some are even arguing that women's brains make them less interested in engineering. This is de ja vu from what Google went through...
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