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The executive director of Tulsa Remote asks (and answers): “What is the remote worker owed? And, to what extent, if at all, are remote workers different from their office-bound counterparts?”

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The entrepreneurs, who all have experienced the problems they’re trying to solve, are teaming up with behavioral science nonprofit Ideas42 and Wells Fargo to create the tools that could have helped them

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Young workers don’t care about workplace perks. This is what they want instead.

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Being an ally when your hand is forced isn’t true allyship, here’s what is

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As the pandemic continues, tech employees have new expectations for where they work. Here’s how tech companies from Apple and Google to Slack and GoPro are responding.

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Even if you include the emissions from the battery and charging it with dirty energy, an EV has a smaller footprint than a gas-powered car

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Want total email privacy? Don’t click on any weird-looking links.

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During the pandemic, addiction treatment moved online. Now, a rush of new companies are trying to figure out how to make the process stick.

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The app that’s marketed as a tool for making communities safer has led to harassment — and at least one innocent person getting picked up by cops


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