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HP says its CEO Dion Weisler will step down and Enrique Lores, president of HP’s imaging, printing, and solutions business, will become new CEO from November 1 (Lauren Feiner/CNBC)

Lauren Feiner / CNBC: HP says its CEO Dion Weisler will step down and Enrique Lores, president of HP’s imaging, printing, and solutions business, will become new CEO from November 1  —  KEY POINTS  — HP CEO Dion Weisler will step down from the company “due to a family health matter,” HP announced [Read More...]

Cities are paying companies like Host Compliance to be “Airbnb Police” and find real addresses of vacation rentals to enforce short term rental legislation (Joseph Cox/VICE)

Joseph Cox / VICE: Cities are paying companies like Host Compliance to be “Airbnb Police” and find real addresses of vacation rentals to enforce short term rental legislation  —  In response to a need to enforce short term rental legislation, an industry of companies has popped up tasked with finding [Read More...]

DoorDash announces a new tipping policy that will let drivers keep 100% of tips, rolling out next month, and pledges to bump up base pay across the board (Nick Statt/The Verge)

Nick Statt / The Verge: DoorDash announces a new tipping policy that will let drivers keep 100% of tips, rolling out next month, and pledges to bump up base pay across the board  —  The changes are arriving a month after DoorDash’s CEO promised to address the issue  —  DoorDash today announced more concrete details [Read More...]

Flaws in cellphone tracking data used in Denmark, which may have linked innocent people to crime scenes, prompt a review of 10K+ court cases dating back to 2012 (Martin Selsoe Sorensen/New York Times)

Martin Selsoe Sorensen / New York Times: Flaws in cellphone tracking data used in Denmark, which may have linked innocent people to crime scenes, prompt a review of 10K+ court cases dating back to 2012  —  COPENHAGEN — The authorities in Denmark say they plan to review over 10,000 court verdicts because of errors in cellphone tracking data [Read More...]

Girls Who Code study of 1,000 young women highlights the challenges faced when seeking internships, often an unpleasant experience in a male-dominated workplace (Nitasha Tiku/Wired)

Nitasha Tiku / Wired: Girls Who Code study of 1,000 young women highlights the challenges faced when seeking internships, often an unpleasant experience in a male-dominated workplace  —  IN 2018, MEI’LANI Eyre, an 18-year-old computer science student at Cascadia College in Washington state, was in the middle [Read More...]

Amazon says it will no longer use tips or supplemental earnings to cover promised wages of Flex drivers, who deliver for Prime Now, Fresh, and Whole Foods (Johana Bhuiyan/Los Angeles Times)

Johana Bhuiyan / Los Angeles Times: Amazon says it will no longer use tips or supplemental earnings to cover promised wages of Flex drivers, who deliver for Prime Now, Fresh, and Whole Foods  —  Amazon delivery drivers were surprised to learn earlier this year that the e-commerce giant would at times dip into their tips to cover their promised [Read More...]
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