The unceremonious Zoom meeting bookends a company that recently said it had 'hope' it could pay employees what they were owed.
Workers at the startup, founded by a former Apple executive, are panicked and worried, according to internal Slack chats obtained by Motherboard.
After Citizen's CEO Andrew Frame offered a $30,000 bounty on the wrong person, LAPD officers said they would no longer work with Citizen.
The Utah-based, Silicon Valley-backed company asked founder David Bateman to resign soon after the comments surfaced.
The company has also hired an outside firm to “do a leadership and cultural assessment."
Startups, of course, always deliver on their promises.
Gen Z creatives of colour say that the workplace is still just as pale, stale and male as ever.
A company called Civvl says evicting people is the "FASTEST GROWING MONEY MAKING GIG DUE TO COVID-19."
The phone is being sold by models, guns, and cash.
Focused, a new startup based in San Francisco, offers "hosts" in a co-working space to keep you accountable and on-task.
You can quite literally do this job with your eyes closed.
Pay all that money to, er, virtually high-five another Peloton user in Exeter.