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- 02/13/18--09:17: HackerRank raises $30M to match developers with jobs
- 08/08/18--12:50: Study flags poor-quality working conditions for remote gig workers
Should Silicon Valley exercise its moral authority to stop developing this job-killing technology? Andrew McAfee, author of "The Second Machine Age" and the just published "Machine, Platform, Crowd" says absolutely not. Over the next fifty years the economy will become “massively automated”, but at the same time society will have had half a century to adapt itself to the march of the robots.
Glassdoor just released its top 100 U.S.-based companies to work for next year. Because we cover technology here at TechCrunch, we broke out the top 10 tech companies from the list. Without further ado, here are the top 10 tech companies to work for in the U.S., along with what some employees say about them.
HackerRank, the skills-based recruiting platform and online coding challenge community, today announced that it has raised a $30 million Series C funding round led by JMI Equity, a fund that specializes in helping software companies scale. Existing investors Khosla Ventures, Battery Ventures, Randstad and Chartline Capital Partners also participated in this round. As HackerRank co-founder and […]
An Oxford University study of remote gig economy work conducted on digital platforms has highlighted poor-quality working conditions with implications for employees’ well-being. The research comes at a time when political scrutiny is increasingly falling on algorithmically controlled platforms and their societal impacts. Policymakers are also paying greater attention to the precarious reality for workers […]