Facebook staff protests the social network’s stance on Trump posts, Volkswagen finalizes its $2.6 billion investment in Argo AI and we examine complaints about the layoff process at events and travel startup Pollen.
Some Facebook employees virtually walked out yesterday to challenge the company’s lack of response to President Donald Trump’s posts — specifically his posts discussing the protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd.
Pollen, the U.K.-headquartered travel and events marketplace, describes its company culture as built on principles of “freedom” and openness, including a well-publicized pay transparency policy.
Twitter placed behind a warning label a tweet from a close political ally of the president, citing its policy prohibiting content that promotes violence.
In February, the company announced that its robots have passed 100 million units picked.
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