â€‹TC Roundup:â€‹ I answered that question completely wrong, says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on women pay gaffe
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on women pay gaffe: "I answered that question completely wrong.": After making an unfortunate gender-related gaffe onstage at a women's tech event today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella issued a memo to employees apologizing for comparing pay issues for women to "karma."
In the interview with Harvey Mudd College's Maria Klawe, who is also a Microsoft board member, he said that women needed to trust "karma" if they don't get the raise they want (Re/code).
Twitter to unveil details of money transfer service with French bank: Twitter plans to reveal details on Tuesday of a new money transfer service it plans to launch with one of France's most digitally savvy banks.
European media have been invited to a press conference in Paris on Tuesday morning by BPCE. The bank, in the invitation, said the event will "mark the launch of its new payment service owner with a simple tweet" (Venture Beat).
Why self-driving cars will change retirement: When it comes to advances in technology, young adults are often the first to embrace change. But it's the 50-plus crowd that could end up as early adopters of a coming revolution in transportation: self-driving cars.
Most major auto makers already are testing such vehicles. In May, Google, GOOGL -0.34% the Mountain View, Calif., search giant, which has pioneered the self-driving idea, unveiled its latest prototype car—with no steering wheel, and no accelerator or brake pedals (The Wall Street Journal)