You may not like getting feedback, but you can’t deny its importance. Receiving robust feedback – even when it’s negative in nature – is a key driver of performance and leadership effectiveness. And when people
Waymo has a new partnership with Walmart that may just look like a deal to put more self-driving cars on the road. But in the words of Jafar from Aladin, things are not always what they seem.
Waymo, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet,
It’s not exactly the New York Times, but Recruitology has landed a deal that will make it the job board solutions provider for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the city’s largest newspaper. Checkout the new career site here. “
The City of Orlando is no longer using Amazon to surveil its residents (for now).
The Orlando Police Department and the city issued a joint statement today that announced they were no longer using Rekognition, Amazon's deep-learning technology that
Google's got mail.
Lawmakers from the Senate and House sent a letter today to Google boss Sundar Pichai asking him to reconsider the company's relationship with Chinese smartphone company Huawei.
The letter argued that the relationship posed a
We can all stop asking who will be the first to launch "the Netflix of games." We have our answer now, and that answer is... Netflix!
Slow down, it's not as big a splash as you might think. Netflix reached out to Mashable to clarify some of the
It's a question as old as time itself, but one that truly never gets old — "How did you two meet?"
One curious tweeter posed this question to the internet, asking followers to share their stories of how they met their partners. And, boy, did
Will technology cost jobs in the long run, or increase them? Who is set up best for success in the fourth industrial revolution? In this edition of Trailblazers, a podcast series brought to you by Dell Technologies, we investigate the future of
The rivalry between Lyft and Uber isn't letting up anytime soon.
The two ride-hailing apps keep a close eye on new product features and growth into new industries: when Uber started a commuter benefits program, Lyft was right behind them. Same
There is no victory sweeter than landing a great branding partnership.
Lucasfilm announced Tuesday that it will be partnering with six different companies to promote the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, including Denny's, Nissan, Esurance,
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