On Line, Japan’s most popular messaging app, 4m creators have fueled a booming sticker economy.
The TLDR Act would force tech companies to break legal jargon into understandable language, and be more transparent about data collection.
The decline of cable is leading to changes in sports consumption for young fans.
Ryan’s World has 31m+ subscribers, making the 10-year old one of YouTube’s highest earners.
Bolt, a hot ecommerce startup, is the most recent tech company to adopt a 4-day workweek after testing it out during a 3-month trial.
Wordle is a daily word game that is going viral, with 300k+ daily players just a couple months after launching.
Black Oxygen Organics, a multilevel marketing organization, made millions selling “magic dirt” before it got caught.
Shein, a Chinese online retailer, has taken fast fashion by storm. Why?
Turkey’s currency crisis has made bread a hot-button issue, and bakeries are in the middle of the crossfire.
Pickleball has spiked in popularity throughout the pandemic, with 4.2m people playing the sport in 2020, a 21% increase YoY.
An Amazon warehouse in Illinois was struck by a tornado, killing 6 people. Now, the company’s safety practices are under investigation.
Shopping malls have lost ⅓ of their value in the last 4 years, and could face extinction soon.
Amazon’s logistics unit has made the company indispensable this holiday season, but AWS outages could ruin the fun.
There’s a cream cheese shortage, and bagel shop owners are struggling to find supply.
Spotify Wrapped is more than just a fun feature for users. The year-in-review slideshow boosted app downloads by 21% in December 2020.
Big retailers are letting customers keep items they want to return to avoid paying for shipping.
Gas prices are reaching record highs, and analysts aren’t sure how to fix it.
Macy’s new advertising network is pulling in tens of millions of dollars, and could be the company’s next big revenue stream.
Spotify’s recent product moves suggest the company is building a super-app that includes both audio and video features.
Reddit wants to be an advertising juggernaut, but it may have better options for monetizing its user base.