Ariel had a big weekend, but she isn’t the only mermaid cashing in.
Are QR code menus a success? The data is a little pixelated.
Pagers and flip phones won’t hit the junkyard without a fight.
Moving for new jobs is at an all-time low.
Climate change has hurt olive production, stranding olive oil customers at a costly pit-y party.
Plus: Mexican food is hot, employees are on cloud nine-to-five, and more.
Rodeos are putting a lot of money in a lot of chaps’ pockets.
Lei low, spend high: Hawaii struggles to strike a delicate balance in its bid to solve overtourism.
Simply acknowledging the impact of AI gave edtech firms a harsh haircut.
Elon Musk’s profit-margin tinkering is making waves across the auto industry.
Plus: Candy shops, bamboo, and a really smart legal assistant named Harvey.
Young consumers don’t seem to mind wearing knockoff luxury products.
The soft-drink giant takes another run at rival Sprite’s lemon-lime dominance.
When you have to buy two popcorn plants to keep up with demand, you know you’re doing something right.
The zoomers are living up to their name.
Plus: A rich run for ‘Phantom,’ Bitcoin miners’ tax surprise, and in-office workers’ dining dash.
US employees have shaved 30 minutes off their average workweeks since 2019.
Plus: New York’s unpaid fines and the IRS’s improved wait times.
Once $39B and now ~$12B, Instacart’s valuation is all over the place.
The beverage’s entry into the US market appears to be a boba-fide success.
Between a new shoe for Gen Z and a movie about another, it’s a big moment for Nike’s Air brand.