CEO Tobias Lütke said that employees who engage "in endless Slack trolling, victimhood thinking, us-vs-them divisiveness, and zero sum thinking must be seen for the threat they are."
The Future of Work no longer lives in confinement; the Future of Work is everywhere.
The decision received a widespread backlash from the tech community on Twitter, where Basecamp's founders were called out for being politically active in the past.
Houseplant sells both weed and home goods and is described as: "for people who love weed, by people who love weed."
The email error made customers worry that they owed $200,000 to CenterPoint Energy.
The trash left behind by the Capitol rioters on Wednesday included a single can of AXE Marine body spray.
He explained that the company would only focus on its mission for an "open financial system for the world," and that focusing on unrelated causes distracts from that mission.
A slide, allegedly taken during a diversity training session at a plant, has caused many Republicans to speak out against the tire company.
The company created a new role for "Health Ambassadors" at its stores who will remind customers that they need a mask and will help come up with solutions when they do not have one.
The new list exchanges racially insensitive and gendered terms for more inclusive ones.
The car company has issued its largest-ever recall, due to a seatbelt malfunction that can cause front seatbelts to wear and tear.
"Marriage Story" has left many Netflix viewers emotionally devastated, particularly after they watch Adam Driver's rendition of Stephen Sondheim's "Being Alive" from "Company."
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.
The video, filmed in Zaozhuang City in eastern Shandong Province, shows the female workers crawling on all fours down a road.
Seth Klarman has donated $4.9 million to the Democratic party so far, according to a New York Times report. He plans to spend about $20 million helping Democrats by the next presidential election.
Twitter has plans to use a tombstone to replace a tweet that violates company policy.
A few Leafs by Snoop products will likely take your 4/20 celebration to the next level.
Newsweek officials have "ambitious plans" for the magazine—and say they wouldn't do business with Bannon in any case.
Politicians are calling for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the U.S. government after explosive revelations.
An exclusive AP report alleged Kushner's company filed false paperwork in NYC that helped enable millions in profit.
Will the cameras be there when Miller is released?
"If we were to make an apology, that would suggest that we have done something wrong," the company said.
The outspoken TV host also has the president's ear.
The new lipstick comes in a shade of red that screams 'Happy Holidays.