Caroline O'Donovan

senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News

senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News

Caroline O'Donovan on KCRW

The gig economy has made it easy and fast to order food, groceries, or a ride.

If you tip your Amazon driver, that money isn’t really a tip

The gig economy has made it easy and fast to order food, groceries, or a ride.

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Google workers are walking out of their offices round the world. The protests come after massive private payments to men accused of sexual harassment and assault.

Will Google walkout change sexual harassment culture?

Google workers are walking out of their offices round the world. The protests come after massive private payments to men accused of sexual harassment and assault.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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