The Golden State Warriors and Chase Center have selected Sheena Way to serve as vp content and programming at the San Francisco arena. Way will report directly to Chase Center General Manager Kim Stone.
Way served most recently as vp live entertainment for the Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG), owners of the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers, in Edmonton, Canada. There, Way oversaw scheduling for Rogers Place, the Downtown Community Arena, ICE District and all premium rental spaces. She also managed the grand opening of Rogers Place, was successful in booking a variety of musical, political and cultural events for the arena and was instrumental in bringing the first-ever Ultimate Fighting Championship event to Edmonton.
“Sheena brings a wide breadth of experience in the live events industry along with a deep relationship with influential agents, managers and promoters,” says Stone. “Having shown the ability to bring world-class tours to Edmonton
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San Diego had been posting internal records from the police department online for about a year, but that was shut down Monday when officials accidentally published a document with confidential information about a crime victim.
San Diego police Capt. Jeffrey Jordon said the department made a mistake, and the website NextRequest where the documents are available won’t let the department take down the one incriminating document, so they had to take everything down temporarily. He’s unsure when the records will be accessible again, and said the department is considering switching all the documents to a different platform.
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Uber will reopen its San Francisco headquarters to staff for the first time since March, in response to some employees who said they’d like the option to work away from home.
In an email to employees Wednesday, the company said that starting Nov. 12, it will begin allowing employees to use the office as long as the city allows, though it’s capping capacity at around 10%, or about 250 employees. The company told employees they can work from home until at least July 2021.
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“The biggest message is safety first,” said Michael Huaco, Uber’s vice president of workplace, overseeing the company’s real estate. “
Uber’s reopening offers a window into how large tech companies are navigating the coronavirus pandemic that’s
Waymo is pulling its self-driving cars from the streets of San Francisco in case election unrest ensues this week.
“Out of an abundance of caution and with the safety of our team in mind, we are temporarily suspending driving operations in San Francisco on 11/3 and 11/4,” a Waymo spokesperson told Business Insider in an email.
Waymo and other autonomous vehicle companies regularly use the streets of San Francisco as a testing ground for their units.
The company is one of many to take precautions around Election Day — retailers across the nation are boarding their storefronts in anticipation of election-related unrest.
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Waymo is pulling its self-driving cars from the streets of San Francisco Tuesday and Wednesday in case unrest ensues in the wake of the 2020 presidential election.
Waymo, which is owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet, is moving its fleet of
This recap contains spoilers and covers episodes 3-4 of Start Up, which is currently available on Netflix.
After making a sleek entrance at Seo Dal Mi’s (Bae Suzy) networking event pretending to be her successful, hotshot boyfriend, Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyuk) finds himself completely out of his element when he meets her sister Won In Jae (Kang Han Na) and mother (Song Seon Mi).
If you enjoyed Nam Joo Hyuk’s transformation from homme fatale to clueless computer nerd in Start Up, you’ll definitely swoon over this reverse image overhaul, complete with sharp suits and shiny dress shoes in these latest episodes. Despite the outward change, Nam is still very much the naïve geek who struggles with social conventions and has had minimal interaction with the opposite sex; very much like Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory, sans the despotic need to be right all
This was meant to be the year that robot cars went mainstream.
The self-driving car industry, largely based in Silicon Valley, brimmed with confident predictions that autonomous taxis would be commonplace by 2020, ushering in a golden age that would improve transportation, end traffic deaths and reduce congestion and carbon emissions.
Chalk up another way that 2020 dashed hopes.
“Machine learning did not advance as rapidly as (proponents) thought it would,” said Jesse Halfon, a Michigan automotive attorney. “It seems like industry-wide there is a consensus that (mass deployment) will take longer than thought.”
There are some scattered robot taxi pilot programs. In Arizona, Waymo has been giving paid rides in autonomous vehicles with backup drivers to a select group of civilians since December 2018. This year, it’s been removing safety drivers from some cars and will offer a truly driverless experience to the broad public by year end. In