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A Phishing Scam Targeting Postmates Drivers Pretends to Represent the Company to Empty Out Victims’ Accounts

As if gig workers didn’t have it hard enough already, they now have to be on the lookout for possible phishing scams from malicious actors that pretend to represent their company. Read more...
Tags: Uber, Science, Crime, Fraud, Social Engineering, Phishing, Postmates, Spamming, Online Food Ordering, Deception, Meghan Casserly, Confidence Tricks


Uber Eats faces discrimination allegations over free delivery from Black-owned restaurants

Uber says it has received more than 8,500 demands for arbitration as a result of it ditching delivery fees for some Black-owned restaurants via Uber Eats. Uber Eats made this change in June, following racial justice protests around the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man. Uber Eats said it wanted to make it easier for customers to support Black-owned businesses in the U.S. and Canada. To qualify, the restaurant must be a small or medium-sized business and, therefore, not p...
Tags: TC, Uber, Microsoft, California, Tech, Diversity, Canada, Ted Cruz, Discrimination, Logistics, Donald Trump, Instacart, Black, Uber Eats, Ubereats, Sen Ted Cruz


DoorDash has expanded the places where it's offering free hand sanitizer and gloves to delivery workers — but doesn't see a nationwide rollout until the end of the week

DoorDash has expanded the number of cities and towns in which it is offering hand sanitizer and gloves to delivery workers to help protect them from the coronavirus epidemic. Couriers in some 900 municipalities — representing some 40% of the company's total number of delivery workers — can now access the supplies. The company plans to make the sanitizer and gloves available to delivery drivers throughout the US by the end of the week. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. More D...
Tags: Uber, Ipo, US, Trends, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Business Insider, Doordash, Troy Wolverton, Tony Xu, Liz Jarvis Shean, Casserly, Meghan Casserly, SecureDrop Read, Jarvis Shean


Not Getting Any Job Offers? Your Social Media Activity Could Be the Reason

Social media. For some it has been a godsend. An escape into a virtual world where you can let off steam, play games, and share your favorite photos. Unfortunately, all good things have side effects. For those who have decided to leave entrepreneurship behind and return to the workforce, securing a position is sometimes difficult. Many people are finding that failure to secure a position with a company is coming down to their social media activity. More and more employers are doing background ch...
Tags: Google, Time, Sales, Social Media, Linkedin, LinkedIn Facebook Twitter, Meghan Casserly, Finding a Job, Your Career, Background Check, Brad Schepp


Not Getting Any Job Offers? Your Social Media Activity Could Be the Reason

Social media. For some it has been a godsend. An escape into a virtual world where you can let off steam, play games, and share your favorite photos. Unfortunately, all good things have side effects. For those who have decided to leave entrepreneurship behind and return to the workforce, securing a position is sometimes difficult. Many people are finding that failure to secure a position with a company is coming down to their social media activity. More and more employers are doing background ch...
Tags: Google, Time, Sales, Social Media, Linkedin, LinkedIn Facebook Twitter, Meghan Casserly, Finding a Job, Your Career, Background Check, Brad Schepp


Queen Máxima of the Netherlands marks first anniversary of Digital Workshop

The Netherland’s Queen Máxima visited Google’s Digital Workshop in the Enschede region of the country today to mark the first anniversary of the programme to increase the digital skills of Dutch entrepreneurs.We introduced the Digital Workshop a year ago in the Netherlands in collaboration with the microfinanciers at Qredits and several municipalities around the country. After a kick-off in Eindhoven in November 2016 and successful iterations in Nijmegen, Groningen, Hilversum, Rotterdam, The Hag...
Tags: Google, Europe, Netherlands, Eindhoven, Skills Training, Digital Single Market, Netherland, Queen Maxima, Máxima, Meghan Casserly


Google researching use of color in business

Google is one of the major U.S. corporations researching the power of color in the working world, in everything from workspaces to marketing and branding. Meghan Casserly, spokeswoman for the U.S.-based organization built around the popular search engine, says Google is still early in its research but has already found "a clear link between color and satisfaction with a person's work area," which in turn can boost employee creativity and productivity.
Tags: Google, Meghan Casserly