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THE COMUNICANO for Tuesday February 18th 2020

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Apple sees a slowdown...,Bezos to fund climate change....UBER whistle blower has it tough...Gig econo
 
February 18 · Issue #680 · View online
Andy Abramson
Apple sees a slowdown…,Bezos to fund climate change….UBER whistle blower has it tough…Gig economy workers go unionize globally….How UBER and LYFT drivers stay motivated….The rise of the Chief People Officer, the new HR leader…Redbox enters the streaming business…Restaurants and eating up your data….Small stores in India become big time important….Microsoft all in one Office app goes live on Android….Google puts the brakes on railway station Wi-Fi in India….Education goes Shark Tank style….those stories and more are all here today, in THE COMUNICANO!!!

Apple Watch
Apple Signals Coronavirus’s Threat to Global Businesses Apple Signals Coronavirus’s Threat to Global Businesses
Bezos Watch
Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change
Game Watch
Coronavirus sparks surge in virus video games Coronavirus sparks surge in virus video games
Uber Watch
I Spoke Out Against Sexual Harassment at Uber. The Aftermath Was More Terrifying Than Anything I Faced Before I Spoke Out Against Sexual Harassment at Uber. The Aftermath Was More Terrifying Than Anything I Faced Before
Gig economy workers have a new weapon in the fight against Uber Gig economy workers have a new weapon in the fight against Uber
7 tips for veteran Uber and Lyft drivers to stay motivated and make more money 7 tips for veteran Uber and Lyft drivers to stay motivated and make more money
Workplace Watch
Chief People Officer: The worst best job in tech Chief People Officer: The worst best job in tech
Education Watch
In ‘Guppy Tank,’ students immerse themselves in app making In ‘Guppy Tank,’ students immerse themselves in app making
Streaming Watch
Redbox enters the free, ad-supported streaming market Redbox enters the free, ad-supported streaming market
Privacy Watch
Report: 56% of Consumers Want to Know How Restaurants Use Their Data Report: 56% of Consumers Want to Know How Restaurants Use Their Data
The UK’s data sharing deals with Europe are about to get real messy The UK’s data sharing deals with Europe are about to get real messy
Delivery Watch
In India, mom-and-pop stores are proving to be the holy grail for tech startups In India, mom-and-pop stores are proving to be the holy grail for tech startups
Microsoft Watch
Microsoft's new all-in-one Office app is now available for all, but tablets aren't supported Microsoft's new all-in-one Office app is now available for all, but tablets aren't supported
Google Watch
Google ends its free Wi-Fi program Station – TechCrunch Google ends its free Wi-Fi program Station – TechCrunch
 Five years, 400+ stations and thousands of locations later; Reimagining our role Five years, 400+ stations and thousands of locations later; Reimagining our role
AI Watch
The New Business of AI (and How It's Different From Traditional Software) The New Business of AI (and How It's Different From Traditional Software)
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