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Past articles by Danielle:

Comcast has big streaming dreams to compete with Netflix and Disney

Comcast wants to be a major player in streaming entertainment, but it's late to a crowded and pricey game. → Read More

Facebook exec Fidji Simo: Apple is 'hurting' the creator economy

Fidji Simo, head of Facebook's app, continued the company's ongoing battle against Apple, calling out the company's fees on in-app purchases that she says work against the growing creator economy. → Read More

Alphabet's reserved boss is causing a stir among executives

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google-parent Alphabet, has led the company since December 2019. But some current and former executives are worried about his leadership style. → Read More

How the pandemic changed sustainability goals for Uber and Lyft

The COVID-19 crisis and proposed legislation are fueling ride-hailing companies’ existing plans for EV adoption. → Read More

Facebook employees' opinions of CEO Mark Zuckerberg are worsening

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for the first time since 2013 did not make the list of top CEOs based on employee opinion. → Read More

Apple's government subpoenas raise a much bigger tech issue

The Department of Justice issued Apple subpoenas for information on several high-profile politician, reviving concerns about the privacy of user data. → Read More

Amazon makes a puzzling pledge to safety

Amazon flaunted its new partnership with the National Safety Council, even though it hasn't yet fixed the safety issues at its own company. → Read More

DoorDash CEO Tony Xu should be kicked off the board, investor advisory firm says

Investor advisory firm Glass Lewis urges DoorDash shareholders to vote 'no' on CEO Tony Xu's re-election to the board. → Read More

CEOs talk tech innovation—from powerful electric planes to cryptocurrencies

CEOs of Rolls-Royce, Northrop Grumman, and Nubank divulged details on some of the latest tech innovations. But not all tech is used for good. → Read More

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on 'race norming': "Yes, it should be changed if there are better processes”

Roger Goodell reacted to the NFL no longer assuming Black players have lower cognitive abilities than their white counterparts. → Read More

Hot cryptocurrencies set off a stampede for their unlikely mascot: Shiba Inu dogs

Dogecoin and Shiba Inu coin has spawned a huge demand for their mascot: The Shiba Inu dog. Breeders, rescues, and shelters say it's become a problem. → Read More

Facebook just put the final nail in Mark Zuckerberg's free speech master plan

Facebook on Friday said it will treat posts from politicians like those from average users of its service—marking a big departure from where it stood just two years ago. → Read More

Facebook's F8 looked a little different this year

Facebook's annual developer conference F8 was an all-virtual experience that showcased e-commerce chat tools and augmented reality ambitions across Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger. → Read More

YouTube’s creator economy is bigger and more profitable than ever

YouTube's advertising revenue is skyrocketing, leading more payments for creators. But the competition for creator talent is heating up. → Read More

Are you watching Amazon Prime Video?

Amazon suggests that its $8.45 billion movie studio purchase could make its Prime memberships more attractive. Will it work? → Read More

Big companies are reinventing customer experience after the pandemic

CEOs at Verizon, AMC Entertainment, Goldman Sachs, and Cleveland Clinic say coronavirus has forever changed how they serve their customers. → Read More

How Airbnb is trying to adapt to a new travel reality

Airbnb said the pandemic has changed how people travel and that the company is therefore introducing new features in an effort to adapt to the new reality. → Read More

Twitter to resume giving blue checkmarks to users after four-year pause

After a years-long pause, Twitter will again award users with blue checkmarks to signify verified accounts. → Read More

No, Conservative social media isn’t going away

Parler and Rumble aren't going anywhere anytime soon. → Read More

Google just revealed 3 new features. Here's everything you need to know

Google revealed new products and upgrades at its I/O conference, including tweaks to Google Photos, a new digital car key, and an upcoming tool for assessing skin conditions. → Read More