Apple on Monday told a federal court it has “deep concerns” that two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets from the company will try to flee before their trials if their locations are not monitored.
Read more: Apple has ‘deep concerns’ that ex-employees accused of theft will flee to China
Google Maps for iPhone has a new Incognito mode that will temporarily stop logging your trip while it’s active.
Read more: You can now stop Google Maps from tracking your iPhone’s location when you don’t want anybody to know where you are
But what characterizes authentic leadership, and why is it a worthy pursuit? Here are five traits of authentic leaders offered by Harvard Business School Professor Nancy Koehn, who teaches the real-time, interactive online course, Courageous Leadership.
Read more: Authentic Leadership: What It Is and Why It’s Important
The driver told police that he was checking on his dog in the backseat when his Tesla Model 3 rear-ended a cruiser, then continued to also strike a disabled car.
Read more: A Tesla on Autopilot rear-ended a parked police car, renewing safety concerns
Frances Arnold becomes the third woman on Alphabet’s 11-person board of directors.
Read more: Alphabet names new board member in wake of CEO change
SoftBank’s $100 billion Vision Fund has come under scrutiny for plowing money into unprofitable start-ups, such as WeWork and Uber. WeWork’s spectacular rise and fall has shaped SoftBank’s decision to curb its high-risk investment strategy for Vision Fund 2.
Read more: Read the memo dog-walking start-up Wag’s CEO sent employees about SoftBank withdrawal and layoffs
Proteus Digital Health has struggled to find a market for its digestible sensors and wearable patches, leaving the company desperate for cash.
Read more: Digital health start-up once worth .5 billion is racing to keep lights on as investors flee
Here’s how to respond to five of the most common scams that might strike you or a loved one over the holidays depending on what the crooks got.
Read more: So you fell for a cyber scam — here’s what to do next
T-Mobile and Sprint begin their trial against state attorneys general Monday to determine if they will be allowed to merge.
Read more: The future of the US wireless industry in limbo as T-Mobile and Sprint begin battle to win merger approval