The over 200-year-old Pinkerton security agency, synonymous with anti-labor activities, is still spying on workers in 2020.
Laid-off cafeteria workers will lead a protest outside Verizon Media CEO's San Francisco house on Tuesday following the release of a report on how Silicon Valley's cafeteria workers, janitors, and security guards have fared during the pandemic.
The founder's blog, full of conspiracy theories and amplified in the 'New York Times,' perfectly encapsulates how tech executives think.
Employees at Verkada accessed the company's facial recognition system to take photos of women colleagues and make sexually explicit jokes.
An internal all-hands meeting obtained by Motherboard shows Coinbase management was accused of "stunting internal discussion" and that it forced employees to delete political Slack messages.
The Commerce committee voted unanimously to subpoena Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, and Sundar Pichai.
CEO Brian Armstrong called social activism divisive and a distraction in a recent blog post, and the company is offering any "uncomfortable" workers an exit package.
A caravan of protestors demanding increased pay and COVID-19 protections disrupted business at an Amazon Distribution Center in the San Francisco Bay Area on Saturday.
Kibbo has a dream that one day you will rent everything from them.
In leaked audio from an invite-only app, venture capitalists pondered everything they think is wrong with journalism.