Posts tagged "ethics"

Uber Calls A Kidnapping An “Inefficient Route” (And Various Other Reasons Not To Use Uber)

An Uber customer in Los Angeles was kidnapped by her driver, driven 20 miles out of her way to a dark, abandoned parking lot, and only when she started to scream did the driver take her back home. The customer reported the incident to Uber, and they responded by e-mailing her an apology for…
By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / October 14, 2014

Debate This: Would You Let Your Therapist Set You Up?

In this weekend's New York Times, clinical psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman grapples with the question: should therapists play matchmaker for their patients? The answer he arrives at is no: "Looking to your therapist to set up a date is as ill-advised as it is to look to Match.com for help with depression or…
By: Ami Angelowicz / January 21, 2013

Is It OK To Wear Fur If It’s Vintage?

I've had fur on the brain lately. (No, that's not a euphemism for being hung over.) It's getting cold out, and I keep seeing these gorgeous girls sashaying around in silky fur vests and hats and stoles and jackets and, well, they just look so warm and chic. For the first time in a few…
By: Erin Flaherty / October 27, 2009