Surveys find Tesla’s brand image is sinking, while sales people say “a lot” of cancelling customers blame Musk’s Twitter behavior.
The work world is changing rapidly, thanks to historically low unemployment claims mixed with unprecedented quit rates and millions of baby boomers suddenly retiring.
With few safeguards in place to protect you and me from gift card scams, some people are filling in the gaps.
Every year, scammers trick Americans into handing over millions of dollars in gift card payments. Retailers aren’t doing much about it.
“Made in America” is rare, even though polls show Americans want it.
By Ian Sherr Silicon Valley had to change the way its employees work when the coronavirus pandemic forced schools to close, businesses to abandon their offices and millions of people to quarantine in their homes across the US starting in March. Among the changes, companies offered flexible schedules and increased time off to help caregivers and…
Apple, Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and Uber have new work from home policies as tech culture clashes with family life.
Apple’s Steve Jobs said the Silicon Valley darling had no future. Now, with a splashy rebranding campaign, Dropbox hopes to prove him wrong.
The Windy City‘s smart city efforts include scanning its vast network of pipes. Mayor Rahm Emanuel sees an opportunity to focus on the future.
The video game industry hasn’t run out of ideas or gotten lazy. It‘s just following the money, because we‘re still buying those sequels.