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19 Companies and Industries With Radically Awesome Parental Leave Policies

The Ironworkers union now offers female workers up to six months of paid maternity leave.

Your Business Can Be Boring But Your Marketing Can't

Everyday products and services require the most creative strategies.

Josh Steimle

Check Out the Amazing Gifts Bill Gates Sent to This Reddit User

One lucky person gets the Microsoft co-founder as their Secret Santa.

Julie Bort

Reddit CEO Was Wrong to Prank Critics but Reddit Is Right to Ban Toxic Minority

Influential websites have a responsibility to act against online intimidation and fake news, even if Steve Huffman was wrong to change a few critical posts as a joke.

Peter Gasca

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.

Reuters

5 Reasons Why an Open Internet Makes a Better World

Reddit's Alexis Ohanian touts the internet for having democratized information and having 'flattened' the world.

Deep Patel

Ousted Reddit Employees Form a Rival, Less Toxic Community Site

It's the latest example of staffers who were let go or quit but believe they can do it better.

Nina Zipkin

This Is What Bill Gates Says Makes Him Feel Powerless

Here are the four juiciest tidbits from the billionaire tech mogul's latest AMA, where he also revealed what habit keeps him up at night.

This Guy Spent 4 Years Creating a Reddit Set in the Future

The rendering by Blair Erickson represents what he thinks the site would look like 1,000 years from now.

To Alexis Ohanian, Success Came After a Series of Setbacks

At the Entrepreneur Accelerate Your Business conference, the Reddit founder said entrepreneurs shouldn't be afraid to stumble.

Ray Hennessey

What Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian Learned From Working at Pizza Hut

The part-time job laid the foundation for how he runs Reddit today.

Nina Zipkin