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Why Amazon paid for 2,000 employees to take classes in things like airplane mechanics and nursing.
Rarely do you see the CEO of a $180 billion company care much about its warehouse workers.
Since 2012, Amazon has offered a program called “Career Choice,” where the company pays 95% of tuition for its fulfillment and customer service center employees to take courses in non-work related fields, s...
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Uber suspends service in Portland
Uber has agreed to stop operating in Portland, Oregon, for three months while city officials create new regulations for taxis. But Uber will keep running cars in the Portland metro area outside the Portland city limits, the company said in a blog post.
This is the first time Uber has ever...
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Yahoo to Surpass Twitter in U.S. Mobile Ads
Yahoo is poised to surpass Twitter next year to become the third-biggest company in U.S. mobile advertising, bolstering a key part of CEO Marissa Mayer’s turnaround effort.
Underlying the market-share increase is a meeting that Ms. Mayer held in early 2013 at a graffiti-decorated...
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Lyft Sues Former Exec Who Allegedly Took Company Secrets To Uber
Lyft is accusing a former executive of sharing company secrets with rival Uber, reports The Wall Street Journal’s Douglas MacMillan.
Lyft has filed a lawsuit against its former chief operating officer, Travis VanderZanden, whom it alleges downloaded a number of confidential documents to h...
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Apple Products Are Under Attack By A Vicious New Malware Called 'WireLurker'
A new family of malware has been discovered, and it’s targeting Apple products.
It’s called “WireLurker.” The malware was discovered by cyber security software maker Palo Alto Networks. WireLurker zeroes in on OS X desktop software and Apple’s iOS mobile operating...
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6 browser extensions to improve your Facebook experience
With the help of browser extensions, you can read your News Feed, send messages to friends and post status updates from your browser’s toolbar. Extensions can also improve your experience on the Facebook site itself with special tools, such as Photo Zoom, which magnifies any photo your...
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Here's How To (Legally) Download Taylor Swift's New Album For Just A Dollar
You can get Taylor Swift’s new album for just $0.99.
All you’ll need is Windows 8 and Microsoft’s newly launched Music Deals app.
The app is offering “1989,” which dropped on Monday, at that low price until Nov. 3. The iTunes store is charging $12.99.
This deal l...
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Facebook Makes It Easier to Share Photos 'In the Moment'
Facebook rolled out an update to its app on Monday that adds a new way to quickly organize and post small batches of photos from your smartphone.
Now, when users upload multiple photos from its iPhone or Android app, the app generates a quick preview of how the photos will be displayed. Users can...
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15 Must-Have Apps For Your New iPad
When Apple unveiled its new iPads earlier this month, the company boasted that there are now 675,000 apps optimized for the iPad in Apple’s App Store.
That’s a lot to choose from. And, of course, some apps are better and more useful than others.
Whether you’re planning on...
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Google's New Email App Won't Have Ads, Will Bundle Brands' Emails
Google released a new email app called Inbox on Wednesday that can best be described as Gmail-lite.
Intended to be less time-consuming than Google‘s original email service, Inbox borrows some of Gmail’s features like prioritizing important messages and leaves out others, like ...
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