By Julia Carpenter via CNN Business – There’s the wage gap, the bonus gap, the promotions gap — and then there’s the commuting gap. New research shows that even when it comes to negotiating the distance between work and home, men and women inhabit different realities. For many men, the commute to work is a fact of life, something non-negotiable and relatively uncomplicated — … Continue reading Gender Pay Inequality Hits Everywhere Including High Price to Commute for Women
By Yael Grauer via Medium – Let’s put something to rest: Facebook isn’t spying through your phone’s microphone to serve you ads for sweatshirts and seltzer water. It probably couldn’t even if it wanted to. But if the social network isn’t listening to you, that doesn’t mean the rest of the world isn’t watching. Advertisements in the real world are becoming more technologically sophisticated, integrating … Continue reading Creepy Ads vs Individual Privacy; With No Legislation, Privacy Always Loses
By Sheera Frenkel, Nicholas Confessore, Cecilia Kang, Matthew Rosenberg and Jack Nicas via New York Times: Sheryl Sandberg was seething. Inside Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters, top executives gathered in the glass-walled conference room of its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. It was September 2017, more than a year after Facebook engineers discovered suspicious Russia-linked activity on its site, an early warning of the Kremlin campaign to … Continue reading Corporate Cover-Up. Why Are We Still On Facebook? It’s A Horrible Company With No Regard To It’s Users While Buying Politicians Via Hiring Their Family Members. Shame On You Chuck Schumer!
By Daisuke Wakabayashi and Katie Benner via New York Times – SAN FRANCISCO — Google gave Andy Rubin, the creator of Android mobile software, a hero’s farewell when he left the company in October 2014. “I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next,” Larry Page, Google’s chief executive then, said in a public statement. “With Android he created something truly remarkable — … Continue reading Never Google How to Promote a Safe Work Environment. Google is Just Another Company Promoting & Paying off Sexual Predators
Via Fortune by Renae Reints – WeWork, the company that provides shared work spaces popular with startups, is facing a lawsuit over the mishandling of sexual assault reports. Ruby Anaya, 33, was fired in early August following her complaints that the company did not adequately follow up on two sexual assault reports she had made over the course of her employment, the New York Post … Continue reading WeWork: Another Company Fails to do the Right Thing, Again.