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  • Email Client that Claims it Can Cut Your Time Spent Emailing in Half

    Superhuman is in beta, but it is boasting big results. The email client claims it can cut your time spent emailing in half. With faster speeds, optimization, and built-in tools, this could be the biggest innovation to come to your office.

  • Trello CEO Michael Pryor: We're Learning From Atlassian, and Vice Versa

    Working remotely has been a popular perk for many employees, but some major companies are starting to bring workers back into the office. The CEO of Trello, Michael Pryor, discusses why his company's collaboration tools make its easier to work remotely. While big companies such as IBM are crackin...

  • Rep. Cleaver: "The President Flunked Miserably"

    This is considered one of President Trump's worst weeks in office, as Trump faces criticism for his statement on violence in Charlottesville. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) says Trump "flunked miserably" in this speech, and does not think Republicans trust Trump. According to a recent CBS News poll,...

  • Snacking Is Winning. Here’s How

    Hershey has taken second place in the snacking market place, but how is the company expanding the last-minute candy purchase business to e-commerce? Brian Kavanaugh, Senior Director of Insights Driven Performance and Retail Evolution at Hershey, explains how it's working with retail partners to l...

  • Android Creator Andy Rubin's New Smartphone Is Essential

    Android founder Andy Rubin just announced his new smartphone, the Essential, is now available for preorder. Nirave Gondhia, Managing Editor at Android Authority, demos the Essential phone on set! He breaks down why the company decided to have minimal branding and not load the phone with pre-set a...

  • Meet the Youngest Female Boeing 777 Pilot

    Flying on a plane for the first time is nerve-wracking enough, but what if you had to fly the plane yourself? That's how Anny Divya's journey to becoming the world's youngest Boeing 777 pilot started. Divya joins to explain how she got into flying, and what needs to happen in the industry to brin...

  • Cabinet Members Are Aggravated By Trump. So Why Are They Staying?

    Members of the Cabinet are expressing aggravation with Trump's recent actions. Axios' Jonathan Swan discusses why no one has up and left yet.

  • Can Silicon Valley Rid America of Hate Speech?

    Could the events of this past week be an inflection point for Silicon Valley CEOs? VF Hive's Nick Bilton breaks down the role that these executives play in ridding America of hate speech.

  • How Can Silicon Valley Firms Hire More Women?

    It's not just about employing women. It's also about hiring them across different departments, NEA’s Vanessa Larco says.

  • Uber's Bad Press Is Giving Lyft a Lift

    Danielle Levitas, SVP of Research at App Annie, discusses the latest data the company has released on the ride-hailing industry. Lyft appears to be closing in on Uber, with user growth climbing 115% to 5 million users in the first three months of the year. Uber only grew 25% in the same timeframe...

  • Surprise! You Could Learn Something From Travis Kalanick's Leadership

    Even though former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been under a dark cloud the past 6 months, there are still key lessons young entrepreneurs can learn from his actions. Jason Feifer, Editor-In-Chief at Entrepreneur Magazine, gives tips on how to communicate in the workplace and adjust your attitude...

  • Leaked Memo Shows Lockheed Martin CEO Planned to Stay on Trump's Council

    Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson planned to stay on Trump's manufacturing council. The president officially disbanded the advisory group after multiple CEOs left over his comments on Charlottesville.

  • "Ozark" EP: Netflix Is Putting Its Money Where Its Mouth Is

    Netflix original series "Ozark" is making the cut for a second season on the streaming service. The announcement coming just one month after the series release. Ozark's Executive Producer, Chris Mundy, says he thinks the family issues addressed in the series resonated the most with viewers. On We...

  • Lexington Mayor Gray: Trump Makes Mayors' Jobs Harder

    Mayor Jim Gray of Lexington, Kentucky, is taking steps to relocate confederate monuments in his city in the wake of the Charlottesville violence. Gray says the city council will vote on moving monuments Thursday. When asked about President Trump's response to the violence, Gray said the president...

  • MoviePass CEO: We’re Relying on AMC’s Compliance With MasterCard Rules

    MoviePass is a company that offers customers nearly unlimited movie tickets for just $10 a month. The subscription service, led by Netflix co-founder Mitch Lowe, is trying to get people off their couches and back into movie theaters. Just this week, Helios and Matheson analytics announced it's ...

  • Motor Trend Takes Tesla Model 3 for a Spin

    Motor Trend’s Mark Rechtin went for a full test drive in the new Tesla Model 3. He shares the noteworthy features and rates his overall experience of the highly anticipated car.

  • Can ABC Survive After Losing Shonda Rhimes to Netflix?

    Bauer Xcel Media’s Kate Spies discusses the hit that ABC is taking after losing its top creator, Shonda Rhimes, and the likelihood of "The Bachelor" franchise following her to Netflix.

  • UberEATS Partners With McDonalds to Up the Ante

    The Golden Arches is tapping into millennial palates by adding the Signature Sriracha Burger to its menu.

    Zoe Hamburger, Director of Marketing for McDonald's New York Metro area, stops by Cheddar to let us try the newest offering, which is part of the restaurant's nationwide rollout of Signat...

  • James Damore: I’m Just Trying to Address Hostility In the Workplace

    Former Google engineer James Damore joined Cheddar to defend his 3,300 word essay claiming that women were "biologically" unfit to work in tech. What started out as just a Google document, meant to stay within company walls, turned into a viral and controversial memo that has caused significant t...

  • Rep. Val Demings: We Might Have to Unite Without the President

    Rep. Val Demings is not impressed with President Trump's response to the white supremacists in Charlottesville. During tragic times, she tells Cheddar, great leaders step up and unite the people. She believes President Trump fell short of delivering an effective response. While she is disappoint...

  • Is Charlottesville No Longer "America's Happiest City?"

    Kellen Squire, registered nurse and candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates, discusses what it was like to work in the emergency room on the day of the white supremacist terror events in Charlottesville. Squire discusses Charlottesville's reputation as "The Happiest City in America" and how...

  • GoDaddy Stops Carrying Alt-Right Site "Daily Stormer"

    GoDaddy Telephony Group's Barry Salik talks about the company's decision to take down a site posting derogatory comments about the Charlottesville victim. The Daily Stormer criticized Heather Heyer, who died when a car crashed into counterprotestors at a rally led by white supremacists.

  • Fake News Fanatics- TYT's Cenk Uygur Doesn't Want Your Business

    TYT Network has raised $20 million in a new round of funding. The progressive digital news network has more than 3 million subscribers on YouTube, and millions of views each week.

    Cenk Uygur, CEO and Founder of TYT Network, says "news is red hot right now, but if someone's gonna come on and j...

  • Meet the 10-Minute Long "Silent Song" Climbing the iTunes Charts

    Social Media guru Samir Mezrahi simply wanted a fix to his biggest car radio problem: every time he plugged his iPhone in, it would automatically start playing "All You Had to do Was Stay" by Taylor Swift, the first song alphabetically in his library. After realizing this was a problem held by ma...