In a demo with Motherboard, Sanas executives had an employee call in from India and switched on its software to make them sound American.
The town of Atherton is an enclave for the Silicon Valley elite, and building affordable housing would be a "grave mistake," residents argued.
Unfamiliar with the layoff process, overwhelmed tech firms are flooding experts with requests for help. “HR departments are scrambling,” one CEO said.
The hot new thing: making money by selling things people need to live at prices they can afford.
The rich are now paying attention to prices and their income, lament high-end agents in hotspots like Miami and San Francisco. "It's pretty sudden," one said.
The Silicon Valley star owns crypto himself but can't in good conscience push fans toward an investment where they could lose everything.
Aneel Ranadive of Soma Capital tells Motherboard what his company was doing was “completely against everything that I stand for.”
Monetizing people's darkest moments shows that even many "tech for good" initiatives have ulterior motives.
Chamath Palihapitiya has since said the comments he made on a recent podcast "come across as lacking empathy."
Wellness boutiques say they dealt with angry customers, injured reputations, and potentially dangerous situations after ClassPass listed them without consent.
Without a functioning FCC, it’s only a matter of time before Big Tech and Big Telecom team up to screw us all.