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Google to ditch mandatory-arbitration policy after mass protest

Forced arbitration is a corporate practice whereby employees waive their right to take some employer disputes to court and instead must settle the matters privately.

Tesla is bleeding executives — experts say it may create problems

Tesla is known for its high rate of turnover among executive and senior-level employees. The level of turnover Tesla has experienced in its senior ranks is unusual in the auto industry and could make recruiting more difficult, Keller said.

Emissions legislation drives palladium to $1,500 an ounce

Palladium is now the most valuable of the four major precious metals as an acute shortage has driven prices to a record $1,500 an ounce. Palladium is a key component in pollution-control devices for cars and trucks.

App-based delivery men highlight India's growing gig economy

Mumbai - Suraj Nachre works long hours and regularly misses meals but he treasures his job as a driver for a food delivery startup -- working in a booming industry that highlights India's expanding apps-based gig-economy.

Audi displays EV innovation, serious horsepower at CIAS 2019 Commissioned

The 2019 Canadian International Auto Show hosted cars and technology from the cutting edge of the automotive world. Crowds got a chance to see the next wave of exciting developments from Audi, as well as some of the automaker’s hottest cars.

China aims to build an orbiting power station in space by 2025

China's Academy of Space Technology is working on an orbital power plant that would capture solar energy in space and beam it back to Earth.

Japan-based firm to use magnet to ‘dock’ orbiting junk

Tokyo - Astroscale Holdings Inc. is preparing to rendezvous with, capture and dock a test satellite early next year to show how its technology can help clear orbiting junk, Miki Ito, 36, general manager of Astroscale's Japan unit, said in an interview.

British-led mission successfully harpoons 'orbital debris'

A British-led mission successfully tested a harpoon that's designed to spear space junk and capture it in orbit for the first time. Airbus carried out the successful experiment as part of the RemoveDebris project.

Energy Department announces opening of battery recycling center

Chicago - The Department of Energy (DOE) announced on Friday a $15-billion, three-year research and development project that aims to reclaim and recycle critical materials (e.g., cobalt and lithium) from lithium-based battery technology,

S. Korea TV station apologises over 'spycam' controversy

Seoul - A major South Korean TV station was forced to apologise after airing a performance by a well-known rapper in which he appeared to endorse secretly-filmed pornography, as the country battles a growing epidemic of so-called spycam videos.

Turn down the volume: WHO takes aim at harmful smartphone use

Geneva - More than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through excessive use of smartphones and other audio devices, the UN warned Tuesday, proposing new safety standards for safe volume levels.

Quinn Lewis talks Arista, 'Hanging On,' technology, Frank Ocean Special

Arista recording artist Quinn Lewis chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Hanging On," as well as his inspirations and future plans. He also revealed Frank Ocean as his dream collaboration choice in music.

Someone made a $57 sex request button — the Internet isn't amused

LoveSync is a device that lets you silently and "anonymously" indicate to your partner you're in the mood for sex with the push of a button.

Yoshiki of X Japan talks future, musical inspirations, technology Special

Japanese musician and composer Yoshiki (co-founder of the metal band X Japan) chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for 2019, as well as performing at Radio City Music Hall. Yoshiki also spoke about the digital transformation of the music business.

Patricia Bethune talks 'General Hospital' and streaming services Special

On February 10, veteran actress Patricia Bethune chatted with Digital Journal about her career, as well as her acting work as Nurse Mary Pat Ingles on "General Hospital."

UK's Guardian switches to potato starch-based biodegradable wrap

In January, British newspaper The Guardian became the first national newspaper to use recyclable packaging. As part of a pioneering move to reduce plastic waste, the Guardian’s print edition will no longer be sold in plastic packaging.

Marty Friedman talks new album, U.S. tour, music and technology Special

Iconic rocker Marty Friedman chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming shows in New York and New Jersey on February 22 and 23, 2019. The master guitarist spoke about the impact of technology on the music business.

NASA and SpaceX aim for March launch of Crew Dragon capsule

NASA and SpaceX are now aiming for a March 2 launch of the first crew capsule from a private company designed to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.

Read Tim Cook's email to Apple retail employees about shakeup

Apple announced on Tuesday that its retail chief, Angela Ahrendts, would leave the company in April. Deirdre O'Brien, who heads up Apple's human-resources department, is taking over retail and will report directly to CEO Tim Cook.

Greek pole vaulter Emmanuel Karalis talks plans for 2019, brand Special

Greek pole vaulter Emmanuel "Manolo" Karalis chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for 2019, and he opened up about his brand #FlyManoloFly.

8MM opens up about new 'Heart-Shaped Hell' EP and technology Special

LA-based alternative duo 8MM chatted with Digital Journal about their "Heart-Shaped Hell" EP, which will be released on February 22.

Donna Missal talks 'This Time' album, New York show and success Special

New York - Singer-songwriter Donna Missal chatted with Digital Journal about her new album "This Time," and her upcoming show at Bowery Ballroom in New York.

Facebook turns 15, but it's not such a happy day

February 4 marks Facebook's fifteenth anniversary. While the giant of social media continues to show strong global growth, the past year has been marked by controversy.

Bubba Sparks talks about pole vaulting, healthcare and technology Special

Acclaimed pole vaulter Bubba Sparks chatted with Digital Journal about his outlook on the sport for 2019, and he opened up about his work in the healthcare industry, and how technology has shaped and molded the field.

Jordan Wright of City of Sound talks new EP and technology Special

Jordan Wright of the alternative rock band City of Sound chatted with Digital Journal about their new EP "Silent Empire 1," and he spoke about the impact of technology on the music industry.

Amazon minimum-wage hike barely made a dent in operating costs

Amazon announced in October that it was raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour. But the rise for hundreds of thousands of workers has barely made a dent in its operating expenses, which grew at a similar or slower rate than it did the rest of the year.

Artificial intelligence trends to watch in 2019

How will artificial intelligence, overall, and its important subdivision – machine learning – develop over the next year? A new report from CB Insights charts the key emerging trends focusing on business applications.

Artificial intelligence trends to watch in 2019

How will artificial intelligence, overall, and its important subdivision – machine learning – develop over the next year? A new report from CB Insights charts the key emerging trends focusing on business applications.

Sander van Doorn talks 'One Love,' future plans and technology Special

World-renowned electro house DJ and producer Sander van Doorn chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "One Love," as well as his plans for this year, which will include becoming a father.

Plastics are on their way out — There are alternatives

While the world is focused on our dependence on plastics, looking at the bigger picture and creating a sustainable and greener environment is more important. Thankfully, there are alternatives that create circular, low-waste ecosystems.
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