Google changes harassment policies, Tesla gets new chairperson
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Google announced it is making changes to its sexual harassment policies.
The company posted a letter sent by its CEO to Google employees.
This letter included an apology for Google's handling of harassment claims in the past.
Google says it will have more transparency.
New reporting channels, and make arbitration optional for individual harassment, and assault claims.
At Samsung's Developer Conference the company showed off a foldable Android phone.
There's a 4.5 inch screen for use when the phone is folded.
When opened up there's a flexible 7.3 inch screen.
Samsung showed off that three apps could be run at one time with such a large display.
The device itself was disguised by Samsung, so expect the final version to be more sleek.
Samsung will release a folding phone next year.
Tesla has replaced Elon Musk as chairperson of the board.
In his place is Robin Denholm who has been on Tesla's board since 2014.
She will leave her current position as CFO and head of strategy of Tesla after a six month notice period.
Musk left the chair position as part of a settlement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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