Uber ousts security chief who paid $100,000 in hush money to hackers and hid breach of 57 million user accounts for more than a year. “None of this should have happened, and I will not make excuses for it,” CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in a blog post.
Google brings AI-powered lens tool to its Pixel phones.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is stepping down after six years. Antonio Neri, a company veteran who currently serves as president, will become CEO on Feb. 1.
McDonald’s is tearing down its No. 1 Store Museum.
Michael Kors hires Valentino exec as chief brand officer.
Neiman Marcus, getting digital, rebounds after two-year slump.
Tencent‘s market cap valuation overtakes Facebook, making its owner richer than Google‘s co-founders. China’s Sina, Alibaba and Baidu are also “trouncing” their U.S. competitors, while WeChat Pay makes UK debut in London’s Camden Market.
Trumpchi, a Chinese automaker, ponders less political name.
Domino’s Pizza promotes new Carryout Insurance:
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— KFC (@kfc) November 16, 2017
NBC gets ready for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which Verizon is live-streaming on YouTube:
— NBC (@nbc) November 21, 2017
Porsche blows out the candles to celebrate the first anniversary of its LA experience center and gives coffee-lovers a real (E-)jolt:
Sonos gets in a holiday mood with Amazon Alexa and Deee-Lite:
WeTransfer aims to change perceptions of what it does:
Xbox releases the “Super Duper Minecraft Musical”:
Yoox unveils YouTube pre-roll ads that self-destruct.