Hundreds of thousands of home and office routers have been infected by the malware, which was created by the same group that hacked the Democratic National Committee.
The creators of the children’s television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”
In a Silicon Valley park, burrowing owls are dying and disappearing. Public records and a bit of snooping uncovered a path that led to Google and its feline-loving employees.
Big European companies are weighing whether to rapidly end operations there, leaving many executives angry and some Iranians unemployed.
Through pay-negotiation workshops and partnerships with more than 100 companies, the city is trying to help female workers match the salaries of male counterparts.
The president aims to peel back labor protections and curb the power of government unions, which assailed the actions.
For decades, watches have been symbols of luxury, wealth and personal taste. But their potential as investments is now more easily tracked and understood.
Melly Barajas Cárdenas has built a growing distillery business with a work force made up almost entirely of women.
The digital assistant mistook their words for a set of commands to send an audio recording to a contact, the company said.
Technological advances have made it easy to spread fake news. But after these fabrications become familiar, their danger is likely to recede, the economist Austan Goolsbee says.