Site Map > 2018 > September 17th 2018 - September 24th 2018Driving for Uber and Lyft full-time is getting harderStudy: Women rank better than men at these leadership traitsExclusive: Microsoft aims for the holy grail—video conferencing that actually worksMake way for the world’s first autonomous tramCan you ace this test on global poverty?People are taking to the streets to show they “Believe Survivors”Here’s why Weight Watchers changed its nameHow impact investors can better serve communities: ask them what they needDeepfakes for good: Why researchers are using AI to fake health dataThe owner of a popular teen YouTube channel was arrested for child molestationRod Rosenstein may be out: Here’s what you can do to protect Mueller’s Russia probeThe best James Turrell skyspace is the one you can ski toReport: Michael Kors is close to buying Versace for $2 billionHave to write a self-review? Here’s what to sayMillennials are nesting, so Madewell has started selling home goodsSiriusXM is buying Pandora for $3.5 billionFour things you absolutely must do in your salary negotiationThese buildings look like mutant 3D models come to life135 companies, including Walmart and Gap, give workers time off to voteFast wireless alternatives to the big ISPs can’t grow fast enoughThis bird’s eye view of America’s most polluted sites will break your heartThis automated indoor farm is growing so fast, it makes you think this thing might workThe Slackification of workWith its voice assistant delayed, Roku is sticking to the basicsInside the epic debate on rethinking our 50-year-old Outer Space TreatyHere are MacOS Mojave’s best new featuresThe anti-brand gets a new brandThe long, ugly history of men policing women’s sportswearEvery interview question is really this questionBill Cosby sentencing trial: 5 things to knowThe untold story of the vegetable peeler that changed the worldPeople love Kathy Ireland’s curtains. Will they buy her cannabis products?How Facebook’s Disaster Maps is helping aid organizations serve people affected by FlorenceMyst at 25: How it changed gaming, created addicts, and made enemiesMailChimp’s cofounder shares the best ways to get to know your customersYour startup is failing, now what?Synthetic rhino horns are supposed to disrupt poaching. Will they work?NYT: Rod Rosenstein proposed taping Trump, using 25th AmendmentTed Cruz–Beto O’Rourke debate: How to watch live online without a TVThe Climate Summit’s inconvenient truth: green jobs need to be good jobsThis lunch box for adults transforms sad desk eating into an Instagram eventTrump inadvertently gets Twitter to explain why rape often goes unreportedImpact investing is booming–but not nearly enough to make radical changeAre you a power manager or a control manager? Here’s how to tellPSA: These 1,400 museums are free tomorrowAmazon’s boatload of new Echo devices move further beyond the phoneSouthwest Airlines employees accused of having a “whites-only” break room in lawsuitFacebook’s new home gadget might have a creepy camera as its main featureAlways ask these 8 questions in a job interviewMichel Gondry’s no-bs trick to getting the best out of Jim Carrey for “Kidding”The ice cream of the future is here, and it has a nippleThis is how to demonstrate your value at workThat sexy “Handmaid” costume was pulled for some reasonFast Company Innovation Festival adds Pharrell Williams, Jennifer GarnerAmazon wants to be all around you–even in your microwaveHate your cubicle? Thank medieval monksWe can’t have smart guns but we could get smart vapesThis reusable beer bottle could change the way America drinksTop 5 ads of the week: Nike’s marathon man, Ad Council’s Honest YearbookDon’t wait for New Year’s: Why you should be setting your goals now“We’d be breaching precedent”: Leaked emails show Google workers discussing search tweaksThe future of humanity depends on design ethics, says Tim WuThis real estate company figured out a simple way to offer the homeless a house and a jobMr. Rogers’s Google Doodle is the neighborly animation we need right nowAmazon Go is an “existential threat” to millions of jobs, supermarket workers warnLayoffs loom at Under Armor as 400 workers face job cutsHere’s everything Amazon announced at its big Alexa event in SeattleAs natural disasters get worse, we are going to need more resilient hospitalsE. coli ground beef outbreak: 11 products to avoid after recallThis Senate candidate’s new ad imagines if ICE took his mom awaySay cheese! Delta says the first all-biometric airline terminal is coming this yearGoogle says app developers can still scan Gmail with opt-inAll hail the GIF! Your Instagram DMs just got betterBrand WTF of the week: Brushbox somehow made a toothbrush sexistSpotify starts letting indie artists upload their own musicHere’s how to start having honest and open dialogues with your managerSee the ghostly remains of a failed techno-utopiaThis is how we get more women in venture capitalCould a giant underwater wall help save glaciers from collapse?Sam Bee breaks down the ethics of rape, Dr. Seuss-style, so everyone can understandHow to do a free credit freeze with Equifax, Experian, and TransUnionOstrichpillow, the bizarre viral napping pod, now has a less dorky designMeet the women who are making sure blockchain is inclusiveApple tight-lipped on removal of Freedom and other content-blocking appsHow to solve complex problems (by not focusing on them)A 200-year-old guide to color, redesigned for the internet ageMen: Have you really stopped to think about gender equality?Want to change the world? Here are five steps to takeGap Inc. unveils its first new brand in more than a decadeBlockchain After BitcoinDwayne Johnson drops more Project Rock hustle for Under ArmourInfographic: Did Facebook really connect the world?What 13 moms wish they knew their first week back from maternity leaveJob interviewers: These 5 things really frustrate your candidatesKiss “End of the Road” tour–how to get the dates and citiesThe global beauty business goes au naturelSocial media can ruin your creativity. Don’t let itWhat does a more thoughtful disaster response look like?Walmart and Kroger stocks sink on wild Amazon Go reportHere’s the “A Star Is Born” Muppet mashup you never knew you neededThis new coalition protects protesters’ right to civil disobedienceJeff Bezos may meet his match in Margrethe VestagerHow one beer company is ditching plastic six-pack ringsCelebration NationFrom Clarence Thomas to Kavanaugh: Why we’re still asking the wrong questionsYou can pilot this airship with your mindThere’s a GoFundMe raising $100K to keep Christine Blasey Ford safeHow one comedy club successfully, passive-aggressively refused T.J. MillerThese social canvassing apps might help get Democratic voters off the couch this NovemberThese chefs are making restaurant culture less toxic for womenFitbit unveils a connected health platform to help you make better life choicesWatch this amazing demo of the early desktop computerFive ways your body language is inadvertently offending peopleHow Headspace rebranded meditationWhy this female CEO is buying back her company from investorsThis is the perfect font for people who cheat at schoolThe dirtiest word in business? ConsumersFor women at startups, the equity gap is worse than the pay gapNancy Pelosi on net neutrality: California will pave the way for a federal lawThis female filmmaker’s free campaign ads are disrupting the November midtermsThis is the ultimate anti-open officeJudge allows e-voting in Georgia despite hacking fearsAmazon is now the third largest digital ad platform in the U.S.Amazon launches in TurkeyHere is Jack Dorsey’s first sketch of Twitter’s platform from 2005Can New York’s bold plan to close its jail on Rikers Island build a more just city?These are the secrets to feeling less busyWhy Mastercard signed on as League of Legends’ first-ever global sponsorAs Inbox fades away, here’s how to get its best features in GmailThis powerful off-the-shelf phone-hacking tool is spreadingWould you let your kid play with an Alexa-powered rubber ducky?New iPhone reviews: Here’s what real people should be thinking aboutYouTube’s right-wing influencers are more organized than you thinkSesame Street writer confirms Bert and Ernie were a coupleMore Elon Musk Twitter fallout: Tesla stock sinks on DOJ reportsRihanna wants to design furniture, and she’s the only celebrity who shouldSeaWorld and its former CEO are still paying dearly for “Blackfish”Ask yourself these questions before giving honest feedbackHow Apple’s first HQ shaped the company into what it is todayPhone interview coming up? Don’t make these mistakesSunrun is bringing 100 megawatts of rooftop solar to low-income communitiesWhat it really means that Spotify has lost its second top marketing executive in a weekThis “Barry” writer found a funny lifehack to ensure she got photographed at the EmmysThe startup that’s quietly working to make America more progressiveMcDonald’s strikes: Workers in these 10 cities take a stand against harassmentThe exploitation, injustice, and waste powering our AIACLU slaps Facebook with gender discrimination complaint over job adsTelemedicine startup Roman just raised $88M to help you quit smokingThese new initiatives are helping more women start businesses and get fundedWeWork’s latest acquisition? Software that optimizes officesNew anti-bullying PSA says a kind word can change a teen’s lifeWhew! Apple Watch ECG was a heartbeat away from missing FDA nodWhat Facebook, Amazon, and Google really look likeThis is what women endure when trying to raise capital65% of Amazon Prime members would bank with the companyGates Foundation: Progress in fighting poverty and disease could soon reverseSpecial report 2018: Female founders speak outIf you think Fortnite is just a video game, you’re missing the big pictureThe case for humanities in the era of AI, automation, and technologyRenault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi will use Google’s Android for their infotainment systemsWhat you need to know about the first tourist that SpaceX is taking around the moonInside Oslo’s plan to go carbon neutral by 2030Want to toss your smartphone? The perfect dumbphone is hereWhere we are in the global fight against extreme povertyThe Balvenie runs an Anthony Bourdain tribute ad during the EmmysMichael Che’s “Reparations Emmys” gives black TV legends their dueDid Prince’s song in a Capital One commercial just feel . . . wrong?Michael Che and Colin Jost’s best jokes from their Emmy Awards monologueAmazon might put Alexa in a microwave ovenWas the Emmys ode to Hollywood diversity . . . not diverse enough?