Plus: Olympian tax breaks, remote work is happening from the couch, and Amazon’s record employment.
Startups help families turn ashes into new ways to honor their lost ones (vinyl records, plants, stones, diamonds).
Could a crowdsourced health site solve public distrust in the CDC?
A puffy Doritos chip is the latest in a long line of rare snack discoveries selling for big bucks.
Plus: plant-based beat sales are up and Pokémon Go is going hard.
Brands are spending $1m a pop on Olympics ad spots.
Weber is going public after throwing the business equivalent of a lit Fourth of July backyard BBQ.
Ryan Kaji is adding a footwear deal with Skechers to his media empire. He’s 9.
Plus: Video games are raking it in, and ‘Black Widow’ is selling tickets.
Mighty is what you get when you crossbreed lemonade stands with Shopify.
Across airlines, hotels, and cruises, Virgin companies are getting back to work.
Teens on “BookTok” are landing young adult novels on New York Times bestseller lists, years after their initial release.
Plus: iPhone celebrated its 14th birthday and flights are taking off.
Demand for almonds is higher than ever, but so is the risk in growing them.
Plus: Airbnb released 100+ upgrades, and AI lawmakers are a hit.
Coinbase is banning salary negotiation and speeding up equity payouts.
Vimeo’s customers include Amazon, Spotify, and Intuit. It was once bought by accident.
Plus: Hand sanitizer sales are down and work is killing people
Squarespace started in 2003 in a University of Maryland dorm. Here’s a timeline of its path to success.
Google is innovating across the board, and that includes Google Docs.
Clubhouse saw an 89% download slump in April and Bird is looking to go public at a $2.3B valuation.
Chegg is on track to make $800m this year by solving students’ problems.
Today, Palantir helps governments fight terrorism and businesses organize their data. It wouldn’t exist without PayPal.