Luxe accommodations at Coachella Love music, but dread the biblical conditions that come with a huge music festival? Miles-long lines that end with the privilege of peeing in a pit, more lines for bad beer and a chicken wings, mud everywhere, and good luck if you can get close enough to […]
Anyone who cares about corporate social responsibility should be excited about what the B Corps movement is doing to change the game. B Corp is a certification given to businesses that meet exacting standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. The nonprofit B Lab describes B Corps as being […]
An Australian senator is facing fierce criticism after saying the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown – where hundreds of students and pro-democracy protesters were killed by Chinese military – was “the right thing to do” at the time. The comments by Chinese-born Dio Wang, senator for small but influential Palmer United Party (PUP), who emigrated […]
With FATCA in force and more and more banks striking non-prosecution deals with the U.S., offshore accounts are being disclosed in record numbers. IRS amnesty deals are not perfect, but they are far better than the alternative.
Video This aired about an hour ago during the NBA Finals. Yes, it always does make sense when movie studios debut TV spots for action films during major sporting events. As much as we like to pretend that film nerds are the core demographic, that’s just not true. At the end […]
After turning heads and blowing up headlines (and almost causing collisions on the freeway), Dice’s new VP of Marketing, Natasha Raja came out with an innovative campaign that put programmers in their underwear on billboards. Think Ambercrombie and Finch but with humorous geeky types.
At the 2015 Tesla Motors annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, CEO and chairman Elon Musk discussed the company’s progress on autopilot, the Model X crossover vehicle delivery schedule, and lack of interest in battery-swap. Musk on the autopilot feature — to early-access customers at the end of the month: The current autopilot […]
by John Jullens Throughout much of human history, economic output was firmly yoked to the size of a country’s labor force. Because productivity growth was negligible, the countries with the largest populations, such as China and India, could put the most people to work. They reigned as the world’s largest economies. Things […]
At Google, billionaire cofounder and CEO Larry Page, 42, eats in the company’s free cafeterias just like the search giant’s other employees, often sharing a table with junior staffers. He also makes a habit of walking around the company’s Mountain View campus. And he’s been a whole-hearted supporter of Google’s […]