Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Uber CEO to Jesse Jackson: Diversity will be priority

Travis Kalanick made the pledge to the civil rights leader during a sit down Thursday in Chicago. → Read More

Google opens Howard University West to train black coders

Juniors and seniors from Howard University will study computer science at Google this summer. → Read More

Google, YouTube boycott over extremist ads slams shares

Shares have fallen about 4% since Friday, slashing billions from the tech giant's market cap. → Read More

Google opens Howard University West to train black coders

Juniors and seniors from Howard University will study computer science at Google this summer. → Read More

AT&T, other U.S. advertisers quit Google, YouTube over extremist videos

Enterprise, Verizon, Johnson & Johnson and GSK are the latest to yank their ad buys. → Read More

AT&T, other U.S. advertisers quit Google, YouTube over extremist videos

Enterprise, Verizon, Johnson & Johnson and GSK are the latest to yank their ad buys. → Read More

AT&T, other U.S. advertisers quit Google, YouTube over extremist videos

The moves from Enterprise, Verizon and GSK suggest the advertiser boycott that began in the U.K. is quickly spreading. → Read More

Tech not diverse enough? That's news to workers

The vast majority — 94% — say they would give their industry a passing grade on diversity. → Read More

AT&T pulls Google, YouTube ads over extremist videos

SAN FRANCISCO — AT&T says it's pulling its business from Google and YouTube despite the Internet giant's pledge this week to keep offensive and extremist content away from ads. → Read More

AT&T pulls Google, YouTube ads over extremist videos

SAN FRANCISCO — AT&T says it's pulling its business from Google and YouTube despite the Internet giant's pledge this week to keep offensive and extremist content away from ads. → Read More

Google Maps can tell your friends where you are

Convenience or privacy nightmare? The location-sharing feature debuts Wednesday. → Read More

Google rolls out 'shortcuts' for small screens

Internet giant makes it easier to get information on smartphones with shortcuts you tap. → Read More

As boycott expands, Google pledges to keep offensive content away from ads

One analyst says changes don't go far enough. Volkswagen is the latest to halt spending. → Read More

Uber scales back Oakland expansion plans

The ride-hailing company is focused on shiny new digs in San Francisco instead. → Read More

Google, YouTube face ad boycott over extremist content

Analyst downgrades stock after British advertisers pull business over ads placed next to extremist content. → Read More

Snap out of it, Facebook! Snapchat clones rile Messenger, WhatsApp users

Some users are pushing back against new features Facebook copied from Snapchat. → Read More

Google starts flagging offensive content in search results

Articles denying the Holocaust happened from a white supremacist site would be flagged. → Read More

Facebook's Town Hall aims to boost civic participation

Facebook users will be able to find and connect with their local, state and federal representatives. → Read More

Four charged, including 2 Russian intel officers, in massive Yahoo hacks

Four people, including two Russian intelligence officers, have been charged in a Yahoo hacking attack that compromised the personal information of hundreds of millions of consumers, the Justice Department said Wednesday. → Read More

Four charged, including 2 Russian intel officers, in massive Yahoo hacks

Four people, including two Russian intelligence officers, have been charged in two Yahoo hacking attacks that compromised the personal information of hundreds of millions of consumers, the Justice Department said Wednesday. → Read More