From IVF treatments to parental leave, Twitter staff laid off without notice have had their lives upended.
The social media company’s failed projects required thousands of staffers who swelled the ranks and never left.
The long-suffering staffers who remain at the company are scrambling to regroup and adapt to a new management style.
Certain Pantone collections now require users to pay $15 a month to access them—with colors turned black unless you pay up.
The entrepreneur’s laundry list of ideas includes scrapping content moderation, charging subscription fees, and even branching out beyond social media.
Pushing more ads at users would compensate for slowing smartphone sales but risks annoying Apple fans—and antitrust regulators.
The Infowars host now knows the cost of “free speech”—but does the landmark judgment signal a crackdown on disinformation?
It’s a small city, but investment in its startups is growing apace, thanks to an international mindset and a sturdy support system for local founders.
The city is celebrating more local talent than ever, as being the only English-speaking country in Europe tempts new founders and drives outside investment.