• 4 Democratic senators demand Jeff Bezos respond to allegations that Amazon spies on staff and undermines their right to unionize

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Senators Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and Brian Schatz of Hawaii.
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    Four Democratic senators have demanded that Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos respond to allegations that the company spies on its staff and undermines their right to unionize.
    The four Democratic senators accused the company of "secret anti-worker tactics" that amount to "unethical, and potentially unlawful, action."
    The senators sent Bezos a list of 18 questions and demands, with...
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  • Cheddar insiders describe its growing pains since being acquired by Altice for $200 million and the future of its 'post-cable' network model

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Billy Horschel speaks with Cheddar hosts Kristen Scholer and Jon Steinberg at the New York Stock Exchange.
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    Millennial-news network Cheddar was a bright spot in media last year when it was acquired by cable company Altice USA for $200 million.
    The company has since had layoffs amid the pandemic and consolidated its two channels.
    Business Insider spoke with Cheddar's founder, former employees, and analysts about the future of the "post-cable-network" model the company was built on.
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    In April, Dexter Goei, the CEO of...
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  • Jack Dorsey responded to outrage surrounding Twitter's handling of the New York Post's Hunter Biden story, saying 'straight blocking of URLs was wrong'

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
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    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said the platform's decision to ban links to the controversial New York Post story was "wrong."
    Dorsey was responding to the uproar around Twitter's initial decision to block users from sharing the story, which was based in part on files and emails that
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