Nitasha Tiku

tech culture reporter for Washington Post

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Tech culture reporter for Washington Post.

Nitasha Tiku on KCRW

The pandemic has been good business for America’s tech billionaires. They saw their wealth explode over the last year, while many Americans lost their jobs and fell deep into debt.

Tech billionaires got a lot richer during pandemic and gave a pittance back

The pandemic has been good business for America’s tech billionaires. They saw their wealth explode over the last year, while many Americans lost their jobs and fell deep into debt.

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Grocery store workers nationwide are protesting this week, citing unsafe work conditions.

Amazon, Instacart grocery workers protest the lack of safe working conditions

Grocery store workers nationwide are protesting this week, citing unsafe work conditions.

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The New York Times reports that three high-level executives at Google were accused of sexual misconduct, but the company stayed silent about it.

Google gave massive payouts to men accused of sexual harassment

The New York Times reports that three high-level executives at Google were accused of sexual misconduct, but the company stayed silent about it.

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