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Amazon Is Not Banning TikTok on Employees’ Phones, After All

Amazon said it erroneously sent an email to employees instructing them to delete TikTok, citing potential 'security risks.'

Sustainability Is Good for Business, New Survey Shows

Nearly two-thirds of senior executives said environment-friendly initiatives help boost revenue.

Sleeping Giants Co-Founders Split Over Unequal Partnership

Nandini Jammi said in a Medium post that she was sidelined by Matt Rivitz, who has since apologized.

After Network Backlash, Nielsen Reverses Course on Delaying National OOH Measurement

After severe backlash following its surprise announcement to delay its national out-of-home measurement rollout, the company has reversed course.

Vans Taps Women, Trans and Nonbinary Skateboarders for Creative Workshops

Partnership with The Skate Witches extends ongoing "This Is Off the Wall" campaign.

Nike Japan Allows People to Color Their Own Sneakers Through an Augmented Reality Zine

The app transforms physical coloring book pages into 3D models.

Impossible Foods Has Joined Forces With Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp

The faux meat brand aims to fight food insecurity and boost social justice activism.

Byte, the Reboot of Vine, Surges After Trump Claims He Could Ban TikTok

Between Tuesday and Wednesday, U.S. downloads of the app shot up by 14,275%.

3 Former Employees Sue WeWork, Alleging Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation

The plaintiffs' lawsuits detail an allegedly hostile work environment at WeWork.

Jack Dorsey Donates $3M to Mayors for a Guaranteed Income

Twitter’s CEO hopes to help "close the wealth and income gap."