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Fast Company 08/19/2019 14:06
Twitter issued an update to its advertising policies to ban state-run media from spreading misinformation and propaganda. Leadership at Twitter that they want to “protect healthy discourse and open conversation.” To that end, they are no longer accepting advertising from state-controlled news media entities. This comes on the heels their discovery of that were “deliberately and specifically attempting to sow political discord in Hong Kong, including undermining the legitimacy and political positions of the protest movement on the ground.”
Fast Company 08/19/2019 11:00
It’s all about human’s poor capacity for risk assessment. Many people believe that chemicals, particularly the man-made ones, are highly dangerous. After all, more than 80,000 chemicals have been synthesized for commercial use in the United States, and many have been released into the environment without proper safety testing. Should we be afraid of the synthetic chemicals that permeate our world?
Fast Company 08/19/2019 09:45
Kids Boost gives kids who want to help a cause $100, and then teaches them how to use that money to get even more donations and, eventually, the classic big check. Several years ago, Kristen Witzel was working as a childcare specialist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, where she helped educate and support families whose children were hospitalized.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 09:43
AT&T has launched a new TV service, exclusive to its own streaming boxes. AT&T has officially launched AT&T TV, a streaming alternative to its DirecTV and U-Verse services, in select U.S. markets. The service starts at $90 per month for TV and home internet, and is available in Orange and Riverside, California; St. Louis and Springfield, Missouri; West Palm Beach, Florida; Topeka and Wichita, Kansas; and Corpus Christi, El Paso, and Odessa, Texas. Cord Cutting News that the service may roll out nationwide–presumably without home internet service–by the end of 2019.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 08:40
Yazidi survivor and refugee Adaba Qasim kicks off the third season of Awake At Night. No one ever wants to become a refugee. Or as the Somali poet Warsam Shire put it, “No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark.” That’s the sentiment that Melissa Fleming, chief spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), hopes you keep in mind on and any time you read headlines about refugees or asylum seekers fighting for peace and safety in this world.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 08:30
This copywriter has always struggled with procrastination but failed to beat it with traditional advice. In the end, she found some success with these 3 unconventional methods. For as long as I can remember, , my undoing, and my Achilles’ heel. From sixth-grade book reports to TV-promo-writing assignments, I’ve let the false promise “I’ll do it tomorrow” bog down and taint every creative and work-related task of my life. That is, until recently.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 07:00
Even financial experts can fall prey to bad advice. The internet has given us many things of import—namely, memes. It has also given rise to a proliferation of financial advice from all sorts of folks: those personal finance buffs who’ve learned from their financial missteps, and a bevy of advisers—robo and human—that dispense personalized guidance. Then there’s all the advice disseminated through more traditional channels, from parents and well-intentioned friends and family.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 05:00
Leave it to graphic design legend Massimo Vignelli to come up with a clever system that saved the government money—and is still in use today. Today, the national parks are represented in our visual culture primarily through . But long before people posted selfies in Yellowstone, designers were depicting the glories of the nature reserves through maps and brochures that aimed to woo travelers and convince them to visit the American outdoors.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 05:00
There are many reasons we stay in jobs longer than we should—and reasons why it often takes a tragedy to consider changing things up. But there’s a way to avoid this. Chances are, you know several people who hate their jobs. In fact, you might be one of those people. And, while it’s possible that some people have always disliked their jobs, it is likely that the opportunity seemed more appealing at the start. It came along with regular hours and a steady paycheck, new responsibilities, and perhaps even some exciting opportunities for growth.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 04:45
In a monumental step toward setting broader standards for corporate leadership, the lobbying group Business Roundtable is endorsing stakeholder capitalism. Is it achievable? For the past two decades, the official stance of America’s top corporate executives has been that the interests of shareholders came before the interests of all others—workers, consumers, the cities and towns in which their companies operated, and society as a whole.
Fast Company 08/19/2019 04:00
I won’t sugarcoat it: I was sometimes miserable. But the internship helped me break into my current job as a journalist. This story is part of Fast Company’s editorial package “The Intern Economy.” In the spirit of back to school and new opportunities to learn beyond the classroom, we’ve collected the personal stories of interns and managers to reveal what this step on the first rung of the career ladder means for the future of work. to read all the stories in the series.

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