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Reddit to Crack Down on Abuse After CEO Is Targeted
Reddit

Reddit to Crack Down on Abuse After CEO Is Targeted

The social media website known for its commitment to free speech, will crack down on online harassment by banning or suspending users who target others.
Twitter Suspends Accounts of Some Alt-right Figures
Twitter

Twitter Suspends Accounts of Some Alt-right Figures

The alt-right movement is a loosely organized group that embraces far-right ideologies including white nationalism.
Twitter to Upgrade Some Features to Thwart Cyber-Bullying
Twitter

Twitter to Upgrade Some Features to Thwart Cyber-Bullying

The company also said it had improved internal controls to deal more effectively with abusive conduct reported by users.
Bullied as a Kid, This Founder Now Runs a $5 Billion Company. Here's What He's Doing to Help Others.
Leadership

Bullied as a Kid, This Founder Now Runs a $5 Billion Company. Here's What He's Doing to Help Others.

Andrew Nikou built his career using innovative thinking to turn around distressed and neglected companies. Now he turns his attentions toward solving a problem with a global scale: bullying.
Dan Bova
Be Honest: Are You the Office Bully?
Office Culture

Be Honest: Are You the Office Bully?

Take the quiz to find out.
Ross McCammon
Use This Secret Military Trick to Tell if Someone Is Lying
Business Optimization

Use This Secret Military Trick to Tell if Someone Is Lying

Forget what you've seen in the movies, former Green Beret Sergeant Major (Retired) Karl Erickson explains the tactics that work on the battlefield and in the office.
Dan Bova
Twitter Offers New Filter, Cracks Down on Abuse
Social Media

Twitter Offers New Filter, Cracks Down on Abuse

Twitter has expanded their definition of what counts as a threat.
Nathan Sinnott
Corporate Social Responsibility: Planet Fitness Takes a Stand Against Bullying
Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility: Planet Fitness Takes a Stand Against Bullying

Bullying is a serious problem with long-term consequences. And it's getting worse.
Sherry Gray
This 19-Year-Old Aims to Stop Bullying With an Anonymous Smartphone App
Young Entrepreneurs

This 19-Year-Old Aims to Stop Bullying With an Anonymous Smartphone App

At 14, Brandon Boynton considered killing himself. Here's how empowering other victims of bullying through his software startup turned the teen founder's life around.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Troll Milo Yiannopoulos Banned As Part of Twitter Crackdown After Online Abuse of 'Ghostbusters' Actor
Twitter

Troll Milo Yiannopoulos Banned As Part of Twitter Crackdown After Online Abuse of 'Ghostbusters' Actor

Twitter has long come under criticism for not doing enough to police abusive behavior on the often-freewheeling messaging service.
Are Our Politicians Leading to the New 'Bully Boss?'
Leadership

Are Our Politicians Leading to the New 'Bully Boss?'

Bullying behavior can trickle down in an organization and become the norm.
Rob Bogosian
This 17-Year-Old Fought Back Bullying By Starting a Company to Unite Teens
Entrepreneur Network

This 17-Year-Old Fought Back Bullying By Starting a Company to Unite Teens

Valerie Weisler tells Entrepreneur Network partner Jessica Abo how The Validation Project is changing the lives of teenagers around the world.
Erin Schultz
9 Revelations About Toxic Leaders
Leadership

9 Revelations About Toxic Leaders

If you're squeamish about dealing with ruthless, narcissistic, sadistic, maniacal, backstabbing slime-balls, executive life is not for you.
Steve Tobak
Unfriending a Colleague on Facebook Now Constitutes Workplace Bullying in Australia
Bullying

Unfriending a Colleague on Facebook Now Constitutes Workplace Bullying in Australia

Australia's Fair Work Commission ruled that a boss who unfriended her colleague was acting unreasonably.
Geoff Weiss