Automotive

US agency probes Tesla crashes that killed 2 motorcyclists

Two crashes involving Teslas apparently running on Autopilot are drawing scrutiny from federal regulators and point to a potential new hazard on U.S. freeways: The partially automated vehicles may not stop for motorcycles.

Business

Alibaba to seek primary listing in Hong Kong, adding to NYSE

Alibaba, the world's biggest e-commerce company by sales, announced plans Tuesday to change the status of its shares traded in Hong Kong, making them more accessible to Chinese investors at a time when Beijing is pressing ...

Business

Google, Lyft are latest tech companies to hit brakes on hiring

With recession fears mounting—and inflation, the war in Ukraine and the lingering pandemic taking a toll—many tech companies are rethinking their staffing needs, with some of them instituting hiring freezes, rescinding ...

Business

Preventing scrollers' remorse: How to know what users want

A new model can help online media companies figure out what gives users long-term satisfaction—not just the instant gratification of continual scrolling—which may result in less time spent on the platform, but fewer users ...

Security

Navigating data privacy in a post-Roe world

The end of Roe v. Wade—a woman's constitutional right to an abortion—has led some digital privacy experts, including Stanford's Riana Pfefferkorn, to ask what could happen to women seeking reproductive healthcare in a ...

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