Financially troubled “shared workspace” company WeWork has found a lifeline that will save the company from running out of cash but will result in a significant hit to its valuation, according to a new report.
Faculty members at Purdue University have continued their push against the installation of a Chick-fil-A location on campus despite the administration’s firm rejection of their demands in September.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was named the chairman of a top Chinese business school this week amidst concerns about the relationship between the United States and communist China.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated in a recent interview that he is aware that he comes across as “robotic” at times.
Honestly, how much are you looking forward to this next Marvel phase, which is going to feature all the same ole-same ole, but fill it with woketardery?
A recent report from security and privacy experts Tutanota, which bills itself as a Google alternative, outlines how mass surveillance has become commonplace online and the effect it has on free speech.
Students at the University of New Hampshire were caught on video tearing down Turning Point USA posters on Sunday and Monday. A leftist student said “I hate you and I hope you die” to one of the members of the school’s TPUSA group after being approached about tearing down the displays.
CBS “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert ripped Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) over his secret Twitter account, saying that his chosen pseudonym of “Pierre Delecto” sounded more like “something from French-Canadian soft-core porn.”
Social media app TikTok has taken down accounts that were posting propaganda videos for the Islamic State group, a company employee said Tuesday, in the latest scandal to hit the popular platform.
Appearing Sunday on Axios on HBO, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) said he felt “embarrassed” to be labeled a “lurker” after confirming he has a secret Twitter account.
Former Clinton intern-turned activist Monica Lewinsky is set to team with Catfish producer Max Joseph to produce a documentary about public shaming entitled 15 Minutes of Shame for HBO.
A series of internal Boeing messages between test pilots suggests that the aircraft manufacturer knew of issues facing the 737 Max fleet, later involved in two disastrous crashes, as early as 2016.
A student at the University of Minnesota Duluth was captured on video admitting to tearing down Turning Point USA posters, which read, “I love America.”
Netflix is deepening its already substantial debt load in the face of mounting competition, saying Monday that it plans to issue $2 billion more in bonds, which have been classified as junk.
Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook disrupted “more than 50 different campaigns from different nation-states trying to interfere in elections” in 2019.
Tech giant Apple has reportedly begun manufacturing some of its iPhones in India, a first for the company which previously manufactured the majority of its products in China.
Recent reports claim that Amazon Alexa and Google Home smart speakers can be targeted by malicious apps that use the devices to listen in on users and steal passwords.
Third-party vendors utilizing e-commerce platform Amazon are reportedly selling expired food to customers on a regular basis, including expired baby formula.
A policy buried in the Furman University handbook claims that students can be punished for wearing offensive Halloween costumes.
A veteran and student at Arizona State University filed a complaint with school officials, accusing a professor of discriminating against him over the perspective he developed during his military service.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been quietly advising 2020 White House hopeful and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) on campaign staff hires, reports Bloomberg News.
Mitt Romney is so insecure and hungry for approval, but so cowardly and craven in not wanting to correct or criticize his abusers in the media directly,
Sunday on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” host Brian Stelter voiced his concern with Facebook’s commitment to allowing free speech on its platform. Stelter said he is “worried” that Facebook supporting free speech on its platform could result in ads reaching “vulnerable
British police have marked “Hate Crime Awareness Week” with a series of childish online cartoons urging the public to report “hateful” behaviour “even if it isn’t a crime”, offering assurances that “you don’t even need evidence”.
A father in California is warning others after a Google Nest Cam hacker threatened to kidnap his son.
Police say at least four people have been killed and dozens have been injured after security forces in southern Bangladesh opened fire on a crowd of Muslim demonstrators protesting against an alleged social media post undermining the prophet Muhammad.
Sallie Mae sales employees were rewarded this week with a five-day, all-expenses-paid trip to Hawaii for achieving a record year of $5 billion in student loans, adding to the reported $1.6 trillion in student loan debt for Americans.