A themed "Stranger Things" pop-up bar just opened with show-inspired art installations, music, and adult beverages. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Tom Savage will be the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien explained Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.
Demi Lovato celebrated her 25th birthday, complete with an old flame as a special guest. Also, Beyonce is giving us all kinds of looks with her surprising weight loss following the birth of her twins. Plus, Kylie Jenner takes us behind the scenes of her Met Gala dress selection. It's all happening in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
Silicon Valley should analyze and identify gender inequities in order to better promote, retain and hire women, said Alaina Percival, chief executive officer of the non-profit organization Women Who Code. "While there is that social good aspect of it, teams that are diverse are smarter and they perform better and companies with women in the leadership role, from Fortune 500 company level to startup level, they experience a higher [return on investment]," said Percival. "So, companies actually have a fiscal responsibility to not only bring women into the organization but to see them succeeding there." Diversity within the white-male-dominated tech industry has been under scrutiny recently. Reports of sexual harassment at Uber Technologies Inc. led to two internal investigations and the dismissal of nearly two dozen employees. The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) is suing Alphabet Inc.'s Google, alleging systemic compensation disparities, which the tech giant denies. And an internal memo written by a now-fired Google engineer, James Damore, that claimed the "distribution of preferences and abilities of men and women differ in part due to biological causes and that these differences may explain why we don't see equal representation of women in tech and leadership," led the Mountain View, Calif.-based company to cancel an all-hands on meeting due to employee worries of online harassment. Watch More with TheStreet: Jim Cramer Reveals What to Watch in Salesforce's Earnings on Tuesday Panera Bread: Now a Private Company That Is Labeling Its Cups With Sugar Counts A Mortgage Lending CEO Reveals Why Millennials Are Buying Homes Later in Life Is Amazon Building an Army to Take on Best Buy's Geek Squad?
Katy Perry released a teaser trailer for her new 'Swish Swish' music video, but some fans are thinking it's a little too close in similarity to her rival Taylor Swift's video for 'Bad Blood.' Are they right that it's a blatant rip-off, or is it just a coincidence? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
NFL players union president and Cincinnati Bengals tackle Eric Winston is anticipating a lockout when the 10-year collective bargaining agreement expires in 2021, he told WCPO's Keenan Singleton.
The 'Vice News Tonight' correspondent who was at the recent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and was featured in a documentary about the event has contradicted President Trump’s claim that the gathering was largely intended to protest the removal of a Confederate statue.
Make no mistake, Kylie Jenner's got quite the voluptuous assets and she isn’t trying to hide them from anyone! But to go so far as to suffocate in order to show them off and be sexy… now that seems a bit insane, but that’s a clothing requirement for Kylie! Did she go with the right dress? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
The Crossover's Rohan Nadkarni tries to talk with Lonzo Ball about all things LeBron James. Could LeBron join the Lakers? Will Lonzo wear a pair of LeBron's signature shoe?