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Businesses

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Amazon

  • The behavior of Amazon to its temp workers mirrors how various companies treated their African-American employees before the civil rights movement.
  • Life After Amazon
  • Amazon's Scorpion Problem - Feld Thoughts
  • Losing my Amazon Religion
  • Plot Thickens as 900 Writers Battle Amazon
  • assertTrue( ): Amazon: The Everything Company
  • Amazon's War On The House Of Otto, Germany's $18 Billion Family - Forbes
  • Amazon, a Friendly Giant as Long as It’s Fed
  • Writers Feel an Amazon-Hachette Spat - NYTimes.com
  • Amazon, AT&T, Snapchat rated among the least trustworthy with data, EFF fin
  • I work for Amazon at one of their largest fulfillment centers. AMA about th
  • Amazon Escalates Its Battle Against Hachette - NYTimes.com
  • Amazon: malignant monopoly, or just plain evil? - Charlie's Diary
  • Worse than Wal-Mart: Amazon’s sick brutality and secret history of ruthless
  • Two-for-one: Amazon.com’s Socially Engineered Replacement Order Scam :: HTM
  • Can You Trust an Amazon Review? - IEEE Spectrum
  • Wal-Mart

  • Walmart's Leaked Anti-Union Scripts Are Great, "You Bet!!" gawker.com/walma
  • http://www.salon.com/2014/06/25/walmart_flunks_its_fact_check_the_truth_behind_its_sarcastic_response_to_the_times/
  • Facebook

  • When Facebook's Terms Of Service Decide What Kind Of 'Speech' Is Okay, Acti
  • The Facebook Comment That Ruined a Life Dallas Observer
  • http://contently.com/strategist/2014/06/12/new-report-reveals-just-how-drastically-brand-engagement-is-plummeting-on-facebook/
  • "Why OkCupid Isn't FaceBook. Not All Experiments Feel the Same" john-forema
  • I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me
  • Facebook's big deal shows we're back in the dot-com funny money era - latim
  • Facebook Moves To Become The World's Most Powerful Data Broker - Forbes
  • Facebook Is Making it Harder to Reach Audiences Without Paying - TIME
  • http://sploid.gizmodo.com/the-definitive-argument-to-delete-your-facebook-account-1586975271/all
  • Helpful timeline of Facebook's disingenuous statements (& denials) about yo
  • http://www.filmsforaction.org/news/your_lifestyle_has_already_been_designed/#.U6ec9Qvpt34.facebook
  • On Facebook, users can no longer hide from search results | Ars Technica
  • Why Facebook will never make a significant profit - Quartz
  • This is such a beautiful video!
  • Apple

    IBM and other IT/software companies

    Microsoft

    Oracle

    ISPs

  • Report: data caps just a “cash cow” for Internet providers | Ars Technica
  • AT&T turns data caps into profits with new fees for content providers | Ars
  • Indisputable Evidence That Millennials Have It Worse Than Any Generation in
  • http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/01/how-the-fcc-screwed-up-its-chanc
  • Make ISPs into "common carriers," says former FCC commissioner
  • Top ISPs threaten to innovate less, spend less on network upgrades | Ars Te
  • The Official NeoCities Blog
  • Google promises 10Gps fiber network to blast 4K into living rooms • The Reg
  • Why I pay extra for “business-class” broadband at home | Ars Technica
  • Andy Kessler: Why Super-Fast Internet Is Coming Super Slowly - WSJ.com
  • Verizon’s Accidental Mea Culpa | Beyond Bandwidth
  • Hey, guys. This is what happens when net neutrality goes away. Prepare your
  • Google / Alphabet

    Uber

  • The Cost of Uber's Free Rides : The New Yorker
  • "It turns out Uber is a replacement for owning a car" say wealthy urbanites who don't have kids, pets, disabilities or outdoor hobbies." - https://twitter.com/mims

    Media, News, Disney

    Law

    Netflix

  • Netflix's Ken Florance: The Man Who Keeps the Video Streaming - Businesswee
  • Airlines

    Energy Companies

    Twitter

    Vehicle, Car & Transportation Companies

    Sports

    Shipping, Logistics

    SpaceX

    Chemical Companies

    AirBnB

    Patreon

    Misc

    "Abundantly clear that THE big trend of SaaS and software eating the world is that operating leverage goes from the consumer to corporate" - @Nemo_Incognito