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Yes, companies have bad employees and managers, but they operate amid a culture that allows them to behave poorly.
'While plaintiff now pretends that he 'seeks no relief whatsoever against Uber,' such an assertion is at odds with any fair reading of plaintiff's claim,' judge writes.
The deal will see the U.S. grocery giant swap its Yihaodian platform for a 5 percent stake in JD.com Inc., worth about $1.5 billion by the firm's latest market value.
'Magic Pony's technology ... will be used to enhance our strength in live and video (imagery) and opens up a whole lot of exciting creative possibilities for Twitter,' Jack Dorsey wrote.
Companies could be saving $3,747 a month per employee with better file-management technologies.
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Plus: Taco Bell is giving away free Doritos Locos tacos today as promised during the NBA Finals.
The third-largest U.S. carrier by passenger traffic also said passenger unit revenue would fall between 6.5 percent and 7.5 percent from a year earlier.
Behold, the quotable King.
LinkedIn has published its "Top Attractors" list, examining the companies that lure and retain the most employees.
Allen's move coincides with a surge of new businesses planning to sell internet access, Earth imagery, climate data and other services from networks of hundreds of satellites in low-altitude orbits around Earth.
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Plus: Watch a video of a Tesla Model S "swimming."
Sources familiar with the matter told Politico that the iPhone maker will not contribute technology or cash to the GOP confab in Cleveland.
Did you know there are 70.1 million of these dudes in the United States?
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