Goldman Faces Probe Over Claims Of Gender Discrimination In Apple Card Limits

Goldman Faces Probe Over Claims Of Gender Discrimination In Apple Card Limits

Goldman Sachs is being investigated after a tech entrepreneur alleged gender discrimination in the way it sets credit limits. Entrepreneur and web developer David Heinemeier Hansson alleged that the new Apple Inc card algorithms used for determining credit limits for Apple Card is sexist. The algorithm is managed by Goldman Sachs in partnership with the tech giant. Hansson, in a series of tweets, said that he got a credit limit 20 times higher than that of his wife. This is when she has a higher credit score. Without disclosing any…

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Opting for a 4-Day Workweek Has Boosted Worker Productivity at Microsoft Japan

Opting for a 4-Day Workweek Has Boosted Worker Productivity at Microsoft Japan

Many companies across the globe follow a general pattern of working five days a week. But sometimes workers might find it boring stuff, which may affect their productivity. It seems like Microsoft Japan has guessed the thing, and has set a new trend. The tech giant has taught an effective way to its Japanese workforce for achieving more in fewer efforts. Being a trendsetter, Microsoft Japan had reduced its working to four days all over August. Amazingly, the initiative has rocketed productivity and reduced costs. Reportedly, sales per employee had…

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Fiat Chrysler Might Buy EMV Technology From Tesla

Fiat Chrysler Might Buy EMV Technology From Tesla

After the big announcement of merging with the PSA Group, Fiat Chrysler (FCA) is now planning to buy an electric platform from Tesla. FCA CEO Mike Manley said that the company would need electrification on a grand scale if the association with PSA goes through. Fiat will be associating with Tesla for vehicle pooling. The officials said that this move would conserve the capital of both firms. The company is supposed to buy a skateboard from Tesla.  Tesla has been supplying its services and components to other companies as well….

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FCC To Outcast Huawei and ZTE From $8.5 Billion Fund Service

FCC To Outcast Huawei and ZTE From $8.5 Billion Fund Service

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has announced that the agency will move forward to vote an order, which will ban carriers from using federal subsidies to buy services or equipment from Huawei and ZTE. Huawei and ZTE are the two most prominent Chinese telecommunication providers in the region. This is supposed to mark both companies as national security threats. This will also ban them from participating in an $8.5 billion Universal Service Fund. The decision is said to be an outcome of ongoing US-China trade war. The politicians of Capitol Hill…

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MeRes100 Scaffold Received the CE Mark Approval

MeRes100 Scaffold Received the CE Mark Approval

A global MedTech Company, Meril Life Sciences is a worldwide medical device manufacturer. This company represents best-in-class medical devices. On 6 July 2019, MeRes100 BRS’s indigenously manufactured and designed scaffold declared by the Meril Life Sciences. Which became the leading thin-strut bioresorbable scaffold to obtain CE marking. Meril’s MeRes100 got marketing approval for both DCGI and CE (European Conformity). MeRes100 is planning to be launch in numerous countries, including European countries, in succeeding year. This is supported by Intensive research and inspiring clinical trial data. There is an indication that…

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State Accuses Exxon of Deceiving Its Investors On Climate Change

State Accuses Exxon of Deceiving Its Investors On Climate Change

Newyork’s attorney general has accused America’s giant oil firm ExxonMobil of misleading its investors about the cost of carbon emission. The trial, which begins this week, will gauge through how the world’s largest oil company has misled the shareholders and the public by lying about the potential cost of climate regulation to its business. Exxon’s trial is supposed to last for 15 days. Former US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson might appear in the court. He has led Exxon almost for a decade. This will be the second climate change…

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Google Extends Incident Report Feature to iPhone Users

Google Extends Incident Report Feature to iPhone Users

The United States based search giant Google has extended its incident report feature for iPhone users worldwide. The feature enables one to report road mishaps like car accidents, speed traps and obstacles using mobile phones. The company had introduced the feature on Android earlier this year. The feature proved to be very beneficial for people on Android as it allowed them to share real time data related to road incidents and also effectively contribute to traffic slowdown information on Google Maps. This is the first time that iPhone users can…

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In-office phone booths of WeWork are phased out

In-office phone booths of WeWork are phased out

On Monday, WeWork said in an e-mail to Forbes tenants that the company is shutting down 1,600 in-office telephone booths in some locations of the US and Canada after a positive test result for the high level of formaldehyde. According to Business Insider, in August, a tenant warned WeWork regarding odor and eye irritation. This was attributed after spending some time in the office booth of the co-working giant. On August 29, Mr. Xen Eldridge, the tenant of company’s Third Avenue in Seattle, sent an email to the company Community…

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Development of a new vaccine for cancer treatment showing promising results

Development of a new vaccine for cancer treatment showing promising results

A study has shown a positive result regarding the testing of the newly developed cancer vaccine to remove cancer cells in a breast cancer patient at Mayo Clinic. Lee Mercker is a first patient from Florida who has participated in a clinical trial for a new vaccine for cancer cells. Lee Mercker was diagnosed with the early stage of breast cancer in March of this year. She reported that she had breast cancer with the “DCIS Stage Zero” and the cancer cells were not spread throughout the body. After diagnosed…

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Instagram Adds Dark Mode, Removes Following Tab

Instagram Adds Dark Mode, Removes Following Tab

After introducing Apple’s full-system dark mode and similar features in Android 10 on iOS 13, users have been able to switch to black and white themes for their system elements and supported applications. Now, Instagram is also moving to the dark side and providing a dark mode for both mobile operating systems. In recent years, the wicked way has become very popular due to its ability to blacken interfaces and reducing the burden on the eye as well as saving the battery life of the device. As a result, companies…

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