Microsoft today announced that 125,000 organizations in 181 markets now use Teams, its Slack competitor for Office 365 subscribers. That’s up from the 30,000 organizations in 145 markets that had adopted the service by the end of January. In addition to this momentum update, the company also announced a number of feature updates to the service. Starting today, you can add anyone with… Read More
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- Microsoft Teams adds guest access and support for more developer tools
By Frederic Lardinois - Monday Sep 11, 2017
- Trump’s Anti-Nafta Stance Is on a Collision Course with Natural Gas
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS and AZAM AHMED - Monday Jun 26, 2017
Mexico’s economy and U.S. energy companies depend on free-flowing cross-border natural gas. Both are scrambling to avoid the chaotic disruption of a trade war.
- Social Capital adds a new partner to the mix: Mike Ghaffary
By Connie Loizos - Thursday Aug 17, 2017
If you’ve worked in tech in the Bay Area over the last decade or more, you quite possibly know Mike Ghaffary, a USC grad who nabbed both his MBA and JD from Harvard before beginning to work his way through a number of well-known institutions. Read More
- Rothy’s, whose ballet flats are all over Facebook and Pinterest, has raised $7 million in funding
By Connie Loizos - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
You’ve likely seen them plastered across your social media accounts, if not on someone’s feet in San Francisco, where the company is based: attractive women’s flats in bright red with black soles, or bright red with pink stripes and blue detailing, or a gray camo pattern with a red sole. Rothy’s, available online only at the company’s site, suddenly seem to be… Read More
- This Podcast Network May Have What It Takes To Compete With Hollywood
By KC Ifeanyi - Thursday Oct 12, 2017
Paragon Collective is home to several popular audio dramas including its most recent, star-studded show “Deadly Manners”–but is it enough for advertisers?
Podcast dramas have bubbled in the recent past as a modern resurgence of the radio serials of yesteryear. Shows like Homecoming and Welcome to Night Vale became must-listens more so because it was a welcomed breeze in the sometimes stale landscape of topical or non-fiction podcasts in general. However, as novel as audio dramas may seem, it hasn’t necessarily translated into an abundance of advertisers–a familiar plight of podcasts at large. But Alex Aldea is set on changing that.
- What I’ve Learned From My Failed And Successful Salary Negotiations
By Jasmeet Sidhu—Jopwell - Wednesday Oct 4, 2017
You can’t always guarantee success, but you can always put yourself in the best position to get what you want.
I remember vividly the first time I asked a boss for a raise. I was 24 and had just finished my first week as the office manager and assistant to an executive producer for a music video company in L.A. I was holding a check for $500, my salary for that week of work and the foreseeable future. I had agreed to the rate out of desperation, when my internship (through which I was earning $50 a day labeling hard drives) opened a door to joining the company full-time.