A well-argued dressing down of the New York Times for its less than illuminating reporting on America's military adventurism.
Mirable dictu! CalPERS board members vote to preserve its practice of transcribing board meetings, an important component of accountability and transparency.
If you've created an account, you can never escape Facebook. But you can at least stop making things worse for yourself.
Travis Kalanick has found his way back to the C-suite, this time taking the CEO’s role at a new-age real estate company. Kalanick announced on Twitter that his new investment fund, 10100, is making a $150 million investment in City Storage Systems and taking a controlling interest in the process. “Upon closing, the team at 10100 expects to be highly involved in the operations of CSS, where I will serve as its chief executive officer,” he wrote in a tweet. The 15-person company, through its B2B initiatives CloudKitchens and CloudRetail, acquires distressed real estate and repurposes it for entrepreneurs in the food and retail industries, providing, for example, physical locations for food delivery More than $10 trillion in real estate assets need to be repurposed in coming years for the digital era, he wrote. This is a “massive opportunity to reposition unproductive assets to fuel job creation,” Kalanick said. Kalanick
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New research papers have flooded in expressing concerns about Facebook's latest privacy contretemps.
The largest shareholder of the former Yahoo! is proposing the company use an arcane tax strategy to unload its Alibaba shares. Would it work?