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Another Activision Blizzard Walkout, This Time Over Layoffs

Employees at Activision Blizzard's subsidiary studio Raven Software today walked out to protest layoffs of its quality assurance testers. Employees staged walkouts previously in recent months to call attention to Activision’s handling of ongoing complaints of gender inequality and sexual harassment within the company. Read more >>

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Walkouts at Activision Blizzard Come at Critical Moment

By Samson Amore

The timing of the walkout is notable. It is happening just as quality assurance testers are needed most: 48 hours before the launch of a map in the massively popular multiplayer “Call of Duty: Warzone” game, which will be among a number additions made as part of Activison’s regular updates on Dec. 8.

El Pollo Loco Tests 'Air Loco' Drone Delivery, Despite Concerns

By Emma Betuel

While other companies have piloted drone programs that deliver to pickup sites, El Pollo Loco wants to do it differently: deliver food to your backyard. But the market research is mixed.

Sophia Rascoff on Recon Food and How Social Media Is Evolving

At the age of 16, Sophia Rascoff is one of the youngest entrepreneurs to launch a social media app focused on food. Listen to her take on social media's evolution and what young users are looking for in a new app in this episode of the PCH Driven podcast.

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