ADVERTISEMENT

​TC Roundup:​ I answered that question completely wrong, says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on women pay gaffe

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on women pay gaffe: "I answered that question completely wrong.": After making an unfortunate gender-related gaffe onstage at a women's tech event today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella issued a memo to employees apologizing for comparing pay issues for women to "karma."

In the interview with Harvey Mudd College's Maria Klawe, who is also a Microsoft board member, he said that women needed to trust "karma" if they don't get the raise they want (Re/code).

Twitter to unveil details of money transfer service with French bank: Twitter plans to reveal details on Tuesday of a new money transfer service it plans to launch with one of France's most digitally savvy banks.

European media have been invited to a press conference in Paris on Tuesday morning by BPCE. The bank, in the invitation, said the event will "mark the launch of its new payment service owner with a simple tweet" (Venture Beat).

Why self-driving cars will change retirement: When it comes to advances in technology, young adults are often the first to embrace change. But it's the 50-plus crowd that could end up as early adopters of a coming revolution in transportation: self-driving cars.

Most major auto makers already are testing such vehicles. In May, Google, GOOGL -0.34% the Mountain View, Calif., search giant, which has pioneered the self-driving idea, unveiled its latest prototype car—with no steering wheel, and no accelerator or brake pedals (The Wall Street Journal)

Tags
TC Roundup
Share this Post

Comment(s)

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT