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A prominent tech investor says arrogance in Silicon Valley has reached a fever pitch and he’s constantly embarrassed by what people say
"Increasingly, it feels like people in our industry, the tech industry, are losing touch with reality," M.G. Siegler wrote in a blog post earlier this week.
Inside the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: How the museum reinvented itself to bring an annual record $199 million to Cleveland, Ohio
After a period of stagnation, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame museum in Cleveland, Ohio, has seen significant growth under Hall CEO and president Greg Harris.
Vacation can go awry if you don't put in the research beforehand. Avoid uncomfortable situations by being prepared.
Some Facebook employees are reportedly quitting or asking to switch departments over ethical concerns
Some engineers are reportedly leaving Facebook, citing moral concerns following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
How women can wield power to get what they want at work and in their personal lives, according to a former dominatrix
More women should be in power. That's the thinking behind 'The Academy,' a unique communication school opened by former dominatrix Kasia Urbaniak in 2013.
Scams targeting tourists happen around the world.
Amid an ongoing gun debate and the March for Our Lives protests, ‘Far Cry 5’ couldn’t feel more out of place
OPINION: "Far Cry 5" is playing with a culture war it barely understands, and it couldn't come at a worse time.
Ricky Gervais' new Netflix special is part of a deal worth $40 million. He joins comics like Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock in netting millions from the service.
Heading into "Avengers: Infinity War," the Marvel Cinematic Universe's catalog of films gives it a commanding lead among the top movie franchises of all time.
Hint: a lot of Guinness is consumed.