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Adam Neumann succumbed to pressure yesterday to step down as CEO, taking the role of non-executive chairman at the company he co-founded nine years ago.
Layoffs are likely to follow — in fact, sources tell TechCrunch that the scope of these layoffs will be massive, with newer business units scaled back so the company can focus on its core business. (Extra Crunch membership required.)
Facebook says it won’t fact check politicians’ speech or block their content if it’s newsworthy — even if that content violates the site’s hate-speech rules or other policies.
Like Nintendo’s other mobile releases, Mario Kart Tour is free to play, with in-app purchases (in-game currency called “rubies”) that you use for upgrades and unlocks.
The company’s share price has been in free-fall since some of its actions came to light earlier this year. It was trading above $20 back in April; the company’s stock now sits just above $2 per share.
Earlier this year, investors Elliott Management suggested key structural changes to help reinvigorate a floundering company. Layoffs and restructuring followed the letter.
“Full access” allows keyboard makers to capture keystroke data or anything you type — like emails, messages or passwords. This bug may allow third-party keyboards to gain full access permissions without user approval.
Working in partnership with Mastercard, Visa and American Express, Fidel has developed a suite of APIs that make it easy to link a user’s payment card to an app. This means that developers are able to build card-linked applications “in a matter of minutes.”