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Elon Musk's Boring Company wants to build a tunnel to Dodger Stadium

How do you solve the problem of traffic jamming every time there's a match at the Dodger Stadium? If you ask Elon Musk, it's simple: Dig a tunnel. In a blog post published Thursday, the company detailed its vision for the Dugout Loop — a "zero
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This flight-sharing service is like Uber Pool for private planes

No shoes were removed, no toiletries put into separate clear bags, and there was no need to arrive two hours before the flight.  As part of flight-sharing app Blackbird's media flight, we walked right onto the tarmac to the door of our plane at
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Dice Parent Company Reports Quarterly Earnings, Misses on Revenue

The news for DHI Group — parent company to Dice, ClearanceJobs, and eFinancial Careers — for the second quarter last week was split. Earnings per share of 5 cents were in line with estimates, but revenue of $39.7 million, a 2.3
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Why Companies Are Looking Outside HR For Their Next CHRO

Ah, the coveted role of Chief People Officer (CPO), the pinnacle of success for a career human resources professional! For most HR leaders, the traditional path to the top has been fairly linear: evolving as a specialist, generalist, or business...
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Uber drivers protest against the company's upfront pricing system

Irate with the company's upfront pricing feature, Uber drivers in Australia decided to not pick up passengers on Monday morning. Lobby group RideShare Drivers United (RDSU) called for drivers to turn off the Uber app between 7:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
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The Boring Company is alarmingly chill with kids and dogs at its flamethrower pick-up event

Let's be real for a minute: Just because you put "not" in front of something doesn't really mean it is not that thing.  While Borat is still working on his ability in this area, The Boring Company is handing out its Not-A-Flamethrowers to
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Become the hero of your company by learning these project management skills

Not all heroes wear capes. Sometimes, they're just in regular office clothes, with shoulders heavy from the sheer weight of responsibility for a project's success or collapse. Yup, we're talking about project managers. SEE ALSO: Take a film
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Do Your Subcultures Align Or Undermine Your Company Values?

It can be surprising when you first see the signs of an organizational subculture forming When the company is small, employees are much closer to the central embodiment of its mission, vision, and values, because everyone is working closely together

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