10/24/2019 [The Former WeWork CEO] could use the $1.7 billion golden parachute to pay upwards of four years of severance for the 4,000 people about to lose their jobs It was recently announced that ousted WeWork founder and CEO Adam Neumann would be receiving a $1.7...
10/16/2019 Parents might be one step behind when it comes to social media knowledge, but that doesn't mean they don't catch up eventually. We took a survey of 1,099 US-based self-reporting parents of adolescents about their knowledge of popular social media apps. We...
Amazon-owned Whole Foods Market is cutting healthcare benefits for 1,900 part-time employees. The estimated total cost of these benefits is approximately $19 million a year. Jeff Bezos made 4.4 million dollars an hour in 2018. In about 4.5 hours of work, Bezos could...
Over the last three months, the number of people citing fear of 5G due to health concerns has tripled. There is correlation between this spike and media coverage that discusses the inconclusive risks. Searching “5G health risks” leads people to a list of...
8/1/2019 Have you ever been in a public place and hopped onto a public WiFi network? We conducted a survey of 1,195 US residents over the past two weeks asking about internet connectivity and one interesting trend stood out. 82% of respondents (980 total) said they...
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