A new upbeat video in her inbox of the ever-suave Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman meeting with Eat24 staffers on a day she’d woken up hungry — like, down-to-rice-and-couldn’t-afford-food hungry, she claims. She just couldn’t take the Techlandia cheer anymore. One of her coworkers couldn’t move into the Section 8 housing she qualified for because of the moving costs. Another staffer I talked to (anonymously, given they’re not supposed to talk to reporters) said that most customer service workers commuted up to an hour-and-a-half to the office from cheaper climes. “We do hire anyone,” that employee told me, “and we do have people who are currently living in homeless shelters. A lot of people there are trying to get back on their feet.”
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THE INSENSITIVITY! It shows you how marketing and advertising try to project this ideal world. And if you saw it in relief, in real, the people they [we, I, you] are hurting…

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