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  • Save with group discounts to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020
    by Alexandra Ames on August 12, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    If you’re tech-obsessed about the future of moving people, products and packages around the world, you do not want to miss TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 on Oct. 6-7. Two packed days of online programming feature the people leading the charge — creative thinkers, innovative makers, dedicated engineers and savvy investors across the mobility and transportation

  • When you need content to build links, use social proof of concept
    by Walter Thompson on August 12, 2020 at 5:06 pm

    Look at what type of topics, methodologies, designs, etc. have performed impressively in the past, learn from what they did and didn’t do well — then create something even better.

  • Uber CEO says service faces temporary shutdown in California over worker reclassification ruling
    by Kirsten Korosec on August 12, 2020 at 4:58 pm

    Uber could be forced to shut down its ride-hailing app in California for several months if a court doesn’t overturn a recent ruling that classifies its drivers as full-time employees, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in an interview with MSNBC. “It’s hard to believe we’ll be able to switch our model to full-time employment quickly,” Khosrowshahi

  • Dog food startup Sundays launches its air-dried kibble alternative
    by Anthony Ha on August 12, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    Michael Waxman, co-founder and CEO of dog food startup Sundays, acknowledged that dog owners have no shortage of options when it comes to feeding their beloved pets — but he still thinks there’s room for something new. “There’s a sort of ‘Water everywhere, but not a drop to drink’ phenomenon,” Waxman said. “There are over

  • Triplebyte incubates ColorStack to increase Black and Latinx representation in CS programs
    by Megan Rose Dickey on August 12, 2020 at 4:10 pm

    Triplebyte, a technical recruiting platform that emphasizes a candidate’s skills rather than background, has incubated non-profit ColorStack, which aims to increase the number of Black and Latinx people enrolled in computer science programs. ColorStack, a mentorship-driven community of Black and Latinx engineering students, officially launched in May, but got its bearings at Cornell, where founder

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