Uber Needs to Share Its Salary Data

After a series of sexism scandals, the company says it’s now paying men and women equally. That’s not enough.

July 20 2017 10:36 AMAmazon Is Coming for Blue Apron’s Meal TicketIf the upstart company has a hope of surviving, it has to make its competitor look like a cheap knockoff.
July 18 2017 4:19 PMHow Google Blunted the Government’s Fair-Pay InvestigationBy making a sly, worrisome argument about employee privacy.
July 5 2017 8:08 PMCNN Clotheslined ItselfThe network may not have “blackmailed” a Reddit user, but it managed to look foolish, self-righteous, and petty.
June 22 2017 2:06 PMUnderstand the Fake NewsThe phony Vox staffers who posted macabre things on Twitter, explained.
April 5 2017 5:58 AMThe Filter Bubble RevisitedA new study suggests online media aren’t to blame for political polarization—yet.
March 14 2017 5:55 AMI Read Only News for Kids for an Entire WeekThe hot ed-tech startup Newsela wants kids to forget about what a mess our country is. That’s why it’s not the news.
Feb. 7 2017 9:08 PMWhy the White House Keeps Crying “Fake News”It’s a desperate ploy to distract the media from their real jobs.
Dec. 20 2016 5:54 PMHow Many People Really Get Their News From Facebook?Not as many as you’ve heard.
Dec. 6 2016 6:58 PMStop Calling Everything “Fake News”Journalists are blurring several problems into one—and making it impossible to solve.
Nov. 15 2016 11:58 AMThe Real Problem Behind the Fake NewsFacebook is under fire for spreading falsehoods. But it’s getting away with a bigger lie.
Oct. 17 2016 11:53 AMDid This Consumer Product Explode?Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is part of an exclusive club. Can you identify its members?
July 25 2016 9:05 PMHow Yahoo Lost Its WayAnd why Verizon bought it anyway.
June 14 2016 6:06 PMOne Infinite LoopApple’s products are learning to talk to each other—and no one else.
May 31 2016 9:28 AMBecome a PilotIt’s breathtaking. It’s soulful. You won’t take your work home. And aviation desperately needs you.
May 27 2016 11:31 AMSilicon Valley Needs a ValleywagPeter Thiel’s misguided, secret war against Gawker Media proves it.
July 18 2017 7:14 PMChris Cillizza Is a Bad Pundit and a Good SportHis disastrous Reddit AMA revealed how those traits go hand in hand.
July 14 2017 11:07 AMNewspapers’ Stand Against Tech Giants Won’t Save ThemBut it could help them resolve their existential crisis.
June 29 2017 11:56 AMNothing to HideEnemy of the State suggests that ubiquitous surveillance is just the price of middle-class American life.
April 25 2017 5:45 AMElon Musk Is Telling Fairy TalesHis startup ideas always sound impossible. That might be why they work.
March 15 2017 5:45 AMFive Fast Facts You Need to Know About Heavy.comHow an obscure news site began dominating your Google search results.
March 5 2017 8:00 PMTwitter’s New OrderInside the changes that could save its business—and reshape civil discourse.
Jan. 11 2017 1:06 AMBuzzFeed’s BombshellWhy the site published the explosive memos about Trump and Russia—and why no one beat them to it.
Dec. 13 2016 5:54 AMOnly You Can Stop the Spread of Fake NewsIt’s not enough to ignore bogus stories. Help slow their proliferation with Slate’s new debunking tool.
Nov. 28 2016 5:10 PMWould Facebook or Twitter Ever Ban President Trump?One says it wouldn’t, and one says it would.
Oct. 19 2016 4:38 PMVerify, Then TrustHow Twitter could finally solve its abuse problem.
Sept. 16 2016 4:21 PMApple’s Aim Is on the Camera MarketTech pundits think the iPhone 7 Plus could kill off high-end DSLRs. Are they right?
July 20 2016 1:53 PMWhy Silicon Valley Hates TrumpPeter Thiel aside, he’s everything the tech industry loathes.
June 2 2016 10:33 AMThe End of All Things ConsideredHow voice-recognition technology will change the way we listen to radio.
May 31 2016 5:54 AMThe iPhone SE Is a Design ClassicIt’s as simple, functional, and iconic as a Swingline stapler. I love it.
May 26 2016 4:25 PMPeter Thiel’s Revenge Campaign Is a Wakeup Call The multibillionaire is spending a fortune to destroy Gawker in court. It will be catastrophic to democracy if he gets away with it.