Predetermined rules would help evaluate who is responsible when self-driving cars collide with human-driven cars.
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Three former employees of Tesla’s factory in Fremont, California, claimed they’ve suffered racial discrimination and harassment. The company denies it.
Read more: Former Tesla factory workers allege racial harassment in new lawsuit
Blockchain Capital, a San Francisco-based venture firm that invests in crypto projects, filed to raise two separate $75 million funds.
Read more: Crypto venture firm Blockchain Capital is raising 0 million for two funds
Jim Cramer tackles the pullback in Netflix to determine if weakness is really just a buying opportunity.
Read more: Cramer Remix: The big problem that triggered Netflix’s decline
Jim Cramer spoke to ThoughtSpot founder and CEO Ajeet Singh, who shed light on his search company.
Read more: A.I. company CEO: Big data is not a visualization problem, it’s a human scale problem
SoftBank is in early planning discussions to raise a second, possibly larger fund, according to Recode.
Read more: 0 billion is not enough — SoftBank is in talks to raise a second giant tech fund
BOSTON—HBX, Harvard Business School’s digital learning initiative, announces the launch of three new 8-week online certificate programs—Business Analytics, Economics for Managers, and Financial Accounting. The content in these programs has previously been available only as part of HBX’s three-course Credential of Readiness (CORe) program, but participants will now be able to enroll in each course individually.
Read more: HBX Offers Separate Certificate Programs in Business Analytics, Economics for Managers, Financial Accounting
Still, many don’t think a sharp downturn is on the horizon. John Macomber, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, points out that the market hasn’t seen the kinds of surge in leverage or new supply that often precedes a downturn. “I don’t see a huge systemic correction,” he said in an email.
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While this nexus may seem as logical as night following day, a new study released this week actually proves it. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Harvard Business School researchers Michael Luca, Deepak Malhotra, and Christopher Poliquin found waiting period laws reduce homicides in which a gun is used by 17 percent.
Read more: Handgun Waiting Periods Actually Do Save Lives
Jim Cramer searched for his ideal stock and found the major theme popping up in the market’s hottest names.
Read more: Cramer Remix: The one theme dominating this market’s hottest stocks