-The Wall Street Journal
Companies like Home Depot and Lockheed Martin work to discern which credentials are worth the money.
A Top Google Exec Pushed The Company To Commit To Human Rights. Then Google Pushed Him Out, He Says.
– The Washington Post
Ross LaJeunesse left the tech giant in April after lobbying for a human rights program for two years.
Studies found that workers were less discriminatory against their fellow human coworkers once robots were introduced. Differences between beliefs or political views suddenly paled in comparison to human and non-human.
– The Wall Street Journal
In the hollowed-out retail economy, Jerry Robertson finds himself almost continuously in demand. He specializes in closing stores.