First Tesla Model 3s Zoom Into China, Outracing Tariff Threat

China’s first Model 3 owners have taken express delivery of their new cars after the electric-car maker rushed a boatload of vehicles across the Pacific to beat a looming tariff deadline.

Digiday Research: Publishers look to technology to help keep down editorial costs

Publishers are turning technologies like artificial intelligence and content-curation vendors to create content at lower costs. Thirty-six percent of the 121 publishers surveyed by Digiday this month that are trying to costs said they are turning to vendors and AI tech. Syndication and licensing from other publishers was also a common choice. Twenty-eight percent of… More Digiday Research: Publishers look to technology to help keep down editorial costs

The ROI of Working for Free | #AskGaryVee 303 With Eugene Remm

On episode 303 of the #AskGaryVee Show, entrepreneur Eugene Remm stops by and we talk about: – The value of mentorship – The importance of working for free – Yin and Yang of work culture #QUESTIONS: 19:40 – What to do about a company copying my business? 30:30 – What is the best way to… More The ROI of Working for Free | #AskGaryVee 303 With Eugene Remm

U.S.-Huawei Fight to Take Center Stage at Trade Show

A large delegation of U.S. officials is heading to Spain for the world’s largest telecommunications trade show, planning to ratchet up a monthslong offensive against Huawei that has produced mixed results.

Apps Send Sensitive User Information Directly to Facebook

Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including personal health information. Unbeknown to most people, in many cases that data is being shared with someone else: Facebook.

Can YouTube Ever Be Completely Safe for Advertisers?

This week’s YouTube brand-safety “furor” came to you via the comments section. And now not even seemingly innocent content on the platform is 100 percent safe for advertisers. This week again underlined the inherent flaws of user-generated content portals as a sanctuary for advertisers. Major brands like Disney, Nestle and L’Oreal ran ads ahead of…

BMF Co-Owner Sues Agency for Allegedly Demoting Her After Learning She Was Pregnant

An executive vice president and would-be head of sales for experiential agency BMF sued her employer this week, alleging its leadership violated several employment laws by demoting her and cutting her salary after learning that she was three months pregnant. In the lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New…

This NYC Pop-Up Arcade Lets Visitors Experience Firsthand the Future of Storytelling

Some of the most compelling new story formats like virtual reality and immersive theater aren’t always the most easily accessible. They’re expensive, they require a lot of space, or they’re complicated to set up. But a new pop-up “story arcade” in New York is making a range of technologies available to try–if you have the…