Virtual events platforms are struggling with the return of in-person events.
Companies reiterate their sustainability efforts following a new climate report.
Ukraine and Russia are key players in the global gig economy, and the war is exposing how much American and European companies rely on them.
Some van fans are getting REALLY socially distant.
Many businesses are struggling with plunging demand. One industry isn’t: disaster preparedness.
Google has moved 500+ employees under the banner of its booming health business, according to CNBC. The search giant’s health biz dates back more than a decade, but its 1st “Google Health” product was terminated back in 2012. These days, the health unit is working on improving the search results that consumers see when they […]
Some companies use your web-browsing activity to send you mail IRL.
The beloved British pub industry has rebounded following a decade of closures. But will Brexit keep the suds flowing?
Integrity Marketing Group, an insurance company that’s owned by a private equity outfit, announced that it will pay out an aggregate of $50m to its 750 employees in bonuses AND give them stock options for the first time.
IHOP launched a chain of fast-casual restaurants called Flip’d in the hopes that the new restaurant concept can expand its appeal.
Venture capital investment in Ohio boomed from $432m in 2013 to $1.16B in 2018, and the Buckeye State has quietly become a hotbed for startups that make everything from connected cars to health care products
A new startup called Focused gives distracted workers a place to get their sh*t done -- and also a series of check-ins every 20 minutes to ensure they stay on task
Apple and Spotify both have their own music awards now, which give listeners a way to “vote” for their favorite artists by streaming their songs.