Wireless carrier T-Mobile said Thursday the data of 37 million customers was stolen by an unidentified intruder back in November. William Antonelli, tech consumer reporter for Insider, breaks down what we know so far about the data breach.
A former Google executive has sued the tech giant over claims that he was fired after allegedly being groped by a high-ranking female colleague at a company dinner. Ryan Olohan, a 48-year-old married father of seven from New Jersey, accused Google of firing him after he refused top executive Tiffany Miller’s alleged advances at a New York City restaurant in December 2019. The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, has named both Google and Miller as defendants, accusing them of discrimination, retaliation and fostering a hostile work environment.
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The term "quiet quitting" went viral last year, describing people who stay in their jobs but mentally take a step back -- for example, working the bare minimum and not making their job the center of their lives. Now in 2023, there is a new workplace trend on the horizon, called "quiet hiring." The term -- a way to obtain new talent without hiring new employees -- was declared one of the nine workplace trends of the year by Gartner, a technological research and consulting firm.
Married father of 7 claims he was fired from Google after rejecting advances of high-ranking female colleague
Ryan Olohan was told there were "obviously too many white guys" on his management team.
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Workers in Silicon Valley are learning a lesson about their jobs that their peers on Wall Street have always known: your company is not your family.
Adani and his companies are facing accusations of fraud from a New York short-seller, threatening the group's shares and his fortune.
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Ford CEO Jim Farley said the company requires "totally different talent" to accomplish its goals, then he explains why.
Here are the 5 things happy retirees do really, really well — perfect them now for the good life in your golden years
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More than 16 million people are owed some serious cash from Wells Fargo. If you happened to be a customer of the banking institution during the period of 2011 to 2022, this could apply to you,...
Why doesn't Google promote Google Travel as a one-stop shop? The layoffs at Google Flights show there's too much ad revenue in play on the Google.com side of the flights business to merit such an all-in approach.
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Maine reached a settlement in a lawsuit against Liberty Bell Moving and Storage over illegal business practices and threats against customers who left negative reviews.
(Bloomberg) -- Honor Device Co. was the only major phone manufacturer to eke out growth in China shipments last year, defying a double-digit slump that delivered a decade low for the market.Most Read from BloombergWall Street Is Losing Out to Amateur Buyers in the Housing SlumpAdani Rout Hits $68 Billion as Fight With Hindenburg IntensifiesAdani Tries to Calm Investors With 413-Page Hindenburg RebuttalHistoric Crash for Memory Chips Threatens to Wipe Out EarningsNasdaq 100 Suffers Its Biggest Dr
Disgraced Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland is out of prison and he’s trying his luck as a marketing consultant: ‘Want to learn my method?’
McFarland says prison gave him time to come up with new business ideas.
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Faulty back-up cameras, brake systems and fuel tanks have landed nearly 400,000 vehicles under recall this week, according to the NHTSA.
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Of the 725 job openings, Chase said about 200 will be technology roles at a time when giants such as Google and Microsoft are laying off tens of thousands of employees.
More Than Half of U.S. Adults Are ‘Jeopardizing’ Retirement Preparedness With Poor Life Expectancy Knowledge, Report Says
One of the keys to a comfortable retirement is building enough wealth to ensure you don't run out of money while you're still alive. This requires familiarity with average life expectancies, but not...
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Tech giants such as Google, Microsoft and Amazon have led the sector in the size of their cuts. While a slew of smaller companies like Spotify, Vox Media and IBM have imposed layoffs too. Company officials have often cited economic uncertainty and recession fears in their layoff announcements.
JAKARTA/BEIJING (Reuters) -China's JD.com is to close its e-commerce services in Indonesia and Thailand, retreating from Southeast Asia after a bruising year for China's retail and technology sectors. JD.com will end its services in Thailand from March 3 and in Indonesia from the end of the same month, its local websites showed. A spokesperson for JD.com said in a statement on Monday that the company will continue to serve global markets, including Southeast Asia, through its supply chain infrastructure.
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Judge to Maricopa County Sheriff's Office: 'I'm not going to give extensions' to misconduct investigations
A federal judge told the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office that he would not grant any additional time to clear a backlog of misconduct investigations.
(Bloomberg) -- This time was supposed to be different.Most Read from BloombergWall Street Is Losing Out to Amateur Buyers in the Housing SlumpAdani Rout Hits $68 Billion as Fight With Hindenburg IntensifiesAdani Tries to Calm Investors With 413-Page Hindenburg RebuttalHistoric Crash for Memory Chips Threatens to Wipe Out EarningsNasdaq 100 Suffers Its Biggest Drop in a Month: Markets WrapThe memory-chip sector, famous for its boom-and-bust cycles, had changed its ways. A combination of more disc