Safety

Far Out Tech

Your Boring Bike Helmet Is About to Get a Big Tech Upgrade

A new Kickstarter project hopes cyclists can say bye bye to blindspots.
Creativity

The Crazy Creative Way This Company Got Workers to Read its HR Materials

This office supply company in the U.K. came up with a few unusual office safety protocols concerning zombies, vampires and aliens.
Safety

The Ridesharing Safety Issue You're Not Thinking About

A recent study from ConsumerAffairs looks at the safety of Uber, Lyft and taxi cars in cities around the U.S.
Tesla

Tesla Says There is No Safety Defect in its Model S or X

Tesla said that in April it had cooperated fully with the NHTSA as part of a 'routine screening' on suspensions and that the agency did not ask for any further information.
Uber

Never Fear, Uber Is Here! Crime and Fatal Accident Rates Fall Since Company Launch.

Researchers have correlated the rise of ridesharing services with a decline in fatal crashes and disorderly conduct on the roads.
Self-Driving Cars

Group Calls on U.S. to Speed Up Favorable Regulations for Autonomous Cars

In January, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it would unveil guidelines to states and manufacturers on self-driving cars by July.
Business Travel

This Navy SEAL's Safety Checklist Could Save Your Life on Your Next Trip

With hijackings and bombings dominating the headlines, here are some security tips every traveler should know.
Health Insurance

These Are the Most Common, and Expensive, Injuries at Work

Serious or not, most injuries still come with a hefty bill for businesses.
Workplace Safety

7 Easy Ways You Can Increase Safety On a Budget

WIth so much to do and so few resources, bootstrapping entrepreneurs often ignore workplace safety until it's too late. Don't risk it.
Safety

German City Designs Traffic Lights for Oblivious Pedestrians

Blinking LED lights are now being placed in the ground at busy intersections for people who look down at their devices while walking.
Ridesharing Apps

Is the 'Uber for Women' Startup a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?

Chariot will only employ women as drivers, while only women and children under 13 can request rides.
Uber

Uber Agrees to Cough Up $10 Million to Settle California Suit on Misleading Customers

'It sends a clear message to all businesses, and to startups in particular, that in the quest to quickly obtain market share laws designed to protect consumers cannot be ignored,' San Francisco DA says.
Business Travel

Check Out This CIA Operative's 9-Step Hotel Safety Checklist

Before you pack your bags, learn this 9-step spy-approved system.
Mobile

Sound Off: Should Distracted Walkers Be Fined or Jailed?

A New Jersey lawmaker has put forward a bill that stipulates pedestrians with their faces in their phones will pay a fine of $50 or spend up to 15 days in jail.

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