Sam Dean is a business reporter for the Los Angeles Times covering the technology industry in Southern California. He has previously worked as a feature writer for a number of publications including Newsweek, the Verge, 538 and Lucky Peach.
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The veteran editor is leaving The Times after 21 years to helm a new nonprofit news outlet in Baltimore founded by hotel magnate Stewart Bainum Jr.
Silicon Valley está apostando a lo grande por las nuevas terapias con MDMA, psilocibina y otros psicodélicos. El inversor de fondos de cobertura Sa’ad Shah se convirtió en el rostro de este movimiento tras un “viaje de héroe” que comenzó en la selva brasileña.
Silicon Valley is betting big on new therapies involving MDMA, psilocybin and other psychedelics. Hedge fund investor Sa’ad Shah became the face of this movement after a “hero’s journey” that began in the Brazilian rainforest.
El proyecto de ley pretende responsabilizar a las empresas del sector de la confección de las prácticas laborales de sus subcontratistas, cerrando así una antigua laguna legal.
The bill aims to hold clothing companies accountable for the labor practices of their subcontractors — closing a longstanding loophole.
David Sacks is part of a small group of rich tech investors seeking to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
From Ron Conway and Marissa Mayer to Doug Leone and David Sacks, these are the biggest tech industry donors to California’s gubernatorial recall race, for and against.
There’s a giant gap between what many companies have pledged and what’s actually needed.
J. Allen Brack’s resignation was not among the chief demands of the Activision Blizzard employees who staged a recent walkout, but his brief tenure at the top of the game studio has been marked by public crises.
Activision Blizzard employees walk out a week after California sued the video game giant alleging sexual harassment, retaliation and discrimination.