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Why It's Important That Facebook Admitted It Sometimes 'Gets Things Wrong'
Here is what you can learn from the controversy over the social network's content moderation policies.
Facebook's Content Moderation Rules Are Both Careful and Shocking
The rules for dealing with violent and disturbing images often require moderators to ask whether they are 'newsworthy' or 'raise awareness.'
3 Lessons From Pepsi's Controversial Kendall Jenner Protest Ad
If your business isn't politics, keep politics out of your business.
What Does Uber Need to Do to Fix Its Battered Reputation?
The ride-hailing company appears to be saying the right things, but only time will tell if it can walk the walk, too.
Starbucks Now Has Spring Cups, and They Look Kind of Familiar
Although the coffee chain's seasonal cups have courted controversy in the past, we think it will be pretty safe with these new designs.
Uber Says It Will No Longer Use Tech to Target Law Enforcement
It had a 'playbook' to thwart sting operations, according to The New York Times.
3 Lessons Every CEO Can Learn From Travis Kalanick's Emotional Meeting With Uber's Female Engineers
One of the engineers took the CEO to task about the harmful culture of Uber and its peers.
Under Armour CEO Comes Out Against Trump Travel Ban. Read His Full Text Explanation.
After a week of controversy, the CEO says the words that sparked a boycott did not reflect his intent.
Disney, Google Cut Ties With YouTube Star PewDiePie for Posting Anti-Semitic Content
YouTube's most popular creator will no longer work with Maker Studios or stream the second season of his reality show on YouTube Red.
Netflix Show About Nasty Gal Founder to Premiere This Spring
'With a show being made about your life, I think the smartest thing is to kind of stay out of the way,' Sophia Amoruso said.
10 Memorable Quotes From the 'Worlds Greatest Showman' P.T. Barnum
He co-created the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which is closing its doors after 146 years.