Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Mark Zuckerberg publishes manifesto to save the world

On Facebook, Facebook CEO pledges to help build infrastructure for a global community. → Read More

Facebook wants you to apply for your next job on Facebook

The giant social network is making it easier to post job listings and apply for jobs on Facebook. → Read More

Google Fiber names new boss, sheds staff

Gregory McCray is the new CEO of Access, the Alphabet subsidiary that oversees Google Fiber. → Read More

Facebook wants you to apply for your next job on Facebook

The giant social network is making it easier to post job listings and apply for jobs on Facebook. → Read More

Yahoo relief: Verizon price cut not so bad, report says

The new deal would shave about $250 million from the original price, Bloomberg reported. → Read More

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey buys $7M in stock

Dorsey tweeted the regulatory filing on Valentine's Day with the hashtag #LoveTwitter. → Read More

SoftBank to buy Fortress Investment for $3.3B

SAN FRANCISCO — SoftBank Group has agreed to buy Fortress Investment Group for $3.3 billion in cash. Fortress will operate within SoftBank as an independent business headquartered in New York. Fortress manages about $70 billion in assets and invests in real estate, credit and private equity. The merger agreement was approved by the Fortress board but still requires the approval of shareholders.… → Read More

Being black in tech can cost you $10k a year

Survey finds blacks are about 50% more likely to get hired but get paid about $10,000 less. → Read More

More black and Latino students learn to code as Code.org classes swell

The nonprofit has enrolled 18,600 high school students in its CS Principles course. About half are Latino or African American. → Read More

Twitter Q4 earnings: What to expect

Twitter is scheduled to report fourth-quarter earnings before the market opens Thursday. → Read More

Tech giants donated to Trump inauguration, report says

Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft quietly supplied support to the inauguration, Politico says. → Read More

Sheryl Sandberg to corporate America: Lean in on family leave

Facebook exec and 'Lean In' author wants companies to create paid family, family sick and bereavement leaves. → Read More

Tech's latest start-up: Anti-Trump activism

Silicon Valley workers — often derided as disengaged and depicted as narcissistic on HBO's namesake sitcom — are exercising their voice "and exerting power from within their company," says Matt Schaefer, a spokesman for the 40-member Tech Workers Coa → Read More

Twitter diversity chief to leave, HR chief gone

The departures are the latest in a long series for the struggling company. → Read More

Twitter says it's cracking down on abuse (again)

Twitter's rolling out changes after Jack Dorsey pledged "completely new approach to abuse." → Read More

Trump adviser, NZ citizen Peter Thiel, says he's not running for California governor

Peter Thiel denies he will run for governor of California as supporters register campaign fund. → Read More

Trump adviser Peter Thiel says he's not running for California governor

Supporters of the billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel had tried to draft him to run in 2018. → Read More

France to Facebook, Google on fake news: 'Non merci'

Ahead of the presidential election in France, tech giants are trying to combat fake news. → Read More

Tech workers to protest Trump on Pi Day

More than 1,200 plan to walk off the job, turning special day for math geeks into anti-Trump rally. → Read More

Uber CEO leaves Trump's economic advisory council

Travis Kalanick had faced growing criticism inside and outside Uber after Trump's immigration ban. → Read More