There’s just one place where you can find a honeypot full of employees worth US$48 million a piece, making them the most valuable in the world.
An analysis by The Financial Times has found that Twitter has continuously been losing staff members since its CEO stepped down.
Twitter has apologized after throwing a party for staff with an ‘ill-chosen’ theme, which many have suggested reflects the exclusionary culture of Silicon Valley workplaces.
One of the globe’s most highly priced startups has gone above and beyond in a mission to recruit the world’s best talent.
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Police had to be called when one UK woman refused to accept she hadn’t been offered the position.
Just weeks after Toronto Symphony Orchestra was accused of preventing the freedom of speech, IKEA have taken a different – but equally controversial – approach.
TSO cancelled pianist Valentina Lisitsa’s performances following “deeply offensive language” – but civil rights advocates say it's a worrying move.
The Reddit CEO may have lost her lawsuit but experts say the high-profile case is a catalyst for real change.
Starbucks says their intentions are “pure” – but is the java giant just cashing in on current racial tensions?