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The Radical Guidebook Embraced by Google Workers and Uber Drivers

By Noam Scheiber

A book based on ideas associated with a labor group from the early 20th century has provided a blueprint for organizing without a formal union.

Together at Work: Time to rebuild collective bargaining in Europe [Promoted content]

By IndustriAll

Today, many European countries need to build or rebuild their collective bargaining systems in order to make sure that a large majority of workers will (again) enjoy the protection of collective agreements.

Huawei Says, Without Evidence, That U.S. Pressured Its Employees

By Raymond Zhong

The Chinese technology giant said the American government had used harassment, entrapment and cyberattacks to disrupt its operations in recent months.

Democratic Field Shrinks to 21: This Week in the 2020 Race

By Matt Stevens

Jay Inslee and Seth Moulton are out, John Hickenlooper is in (a Senate race), and candidates released plans for labor and the environment.

Major change in Czech cable

By Chris Dziadul

The Czech cable operator RIO Media has been acquired by Kaprain Industrial Holding from Argus Capital for an undisclosed fee.

Rozhlas.cz reports that following the closure of the deal, which has to be approved by the Office for Protection of Competition (UOHS), Kaprain will have an operation serving over 200,000 households, or roughly the same number as the incumbent’s O2TV.

Significantly, Kaprain became a major player in the Czech Republic’s pay-TV market following its acquisition of Nej.cz, the second largest cable operator, from BKS Cable (Malta) in October 2016.

Rio Media was established in 2008 and is currently the third leading provider of broadband and digital TV services in the country, with a presence over 30 towns and cities in North Bohemia, Klatovy, Olomouc and North Moravia.

By Degrees: A Parable From Down Under for U.S. Climate Scientists

By JUSTIN GILLIS

Politics intruded on climate science in Australia. The scientists fought back, led by John Church, a leading world expert on sea level rise.

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