Advertising companies, tech giants, data collectors, and the federal government, it turns out.
Even if the ride-sharing service goes under, it won't necessarily set off a bubble-popping chain reaction.
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“Children are the largest single group of beneficiaries on Medicaid—and they don't vote.”
Private funding isn't enough to offset the president's proposed budget cuts, they say.
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After six weeks of brutally bad PR, the ridesharing giant is ratcheting up its defense.
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Madison Square Garden went partly silent Sunday night, and not because the Knicks are terrible.
Attempts to delegitimize Barack Obama are a classic page in the Trump playbook.
In digital environments, the right to refuse service can be made invisible. That’s not necessarily a good thing.
Or your cat.
Well-meaning hackers are identifying security flaws—and making bank.
Even in the internet age, the rhythms of print publications drive the news cycle.
Training neural networks to identify galaxies could forever change humanity’s perspective of the universe.
The ride-sharing giant’s full-blown PR crisis is getting worse.
One of the most volcanically active countries in the world is not ready for a devastating eruption.
The president has long toyed with the media, but the stakes are much higher now.