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He Served 22 Years for a Double Murder He Didn't Commit. Now He's Starting the 'Uber of Prison Visits'
Calvin Buariwas a crack dealer in the Bronx who was framed for a murder he didn't commit. After getting exonerated, Buaristarted a small business he hopes will bloom into the an Uber-like transportation company to shuttle family members of inmates to and from correctional facilities.
Enterprise tech is driving an IPO renaissance, and a whole bunch ofmarket debuts are still to come.
This Passenger Just Claimed He Was Forcibly Dragged Off a Plane By His Collar (No, It Wasn't United Airlines)
This one's new, yet it involves another doctor. And, yes, there's a little video.
IoTex has already used a charitable effort to boost its goal of connecting the physical world.
Starting and running a business can be satisfying and exhilarating, or it can be painful and exhausting. Take a hard look at yourself before you start
Remember That Guy Who Was Knocked Out and Then Dragged Off His United Airlines Flight? (Now an Officer Is Suing the Airline)
Chicago Aviation Police officer James Long is suing United Airlines, Chicago Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans, and the City of Chicago.
At the Senate hearing yesterday,the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, said the AI required to clean up hate speech is still years away. But is that because it isn't really a focus?
No, it's not politics.
Costco customers may join up for the industrial-size packs of beef jerky and batteries, but we relish the chance tobe frank about why they stay.
You've probably heard that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before Congress this week. The testimony covers the Russia-linked Internet Research Agency's misinformation campaign and Cambridge Analytica scandal. What you might not know is that Facebook is the least-trusted major tech company, by far. In large part, that is because of the way Facebook invades user privacy to target advertising.
If customers don't trust you to act in their best interests they will look for excuses to find a supplier who will. A CEO who can create a culture that spurs customers to rave about the company, instead of raging can boost its value tremendously.
Cardi B's success shows how social media changed everything we knew about traditional marketing and media.
Despite his sporadic presidency, Donald Trump has stayed true to his hiring philosophy. He fires at a rate too quick for the media to keep up with, and he loves to hire loyalists and yes-men. But perhaps there is some method to the madness.
The Facebook founder's multi-day testimony before Congressional lawmakers highlights the vulnerability his company faces--and maybe yours, by association.
In an Eye-Opening Result, Teens Declared They Have a New Favorite Fast-Food Chain (No, Not McDonald's)
We're talking about teens with a little money, that is.
Shippo'sproduct levels the playing field between Amazon and independent merchants.
Everything you ever wanted to know about how to truly be happy.
Manage your culture before it manages you.
How much personal information are you willing to reveal to a hiring manager?
The startup industry is based on the American dream: that skill, creativity, and hard work will bring success. But for minority women, this may not always be the case.