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.
‘Buy Nothing’ groups are online groups where members give things away for free, and they’re helping members fight inflation.
Faire, a wholesale marketplace platform, raised $400m at a $12.4B valuation to help independent retailers take on Amazon and Walmart.
ConstitutionDAO is trying to crowdfund a purchase of the US Constitution. It might just work.
David Segal, cofounder and namesake behind DavidsTea, spoke to The Hustle about the future of tea, and his latest venture, Firebelly Tea.
Instagram announced a new feature called “Take a Break” that encourages users to step away from the app after using it for 10, 20, or 30 minutes straight.
US home equity reached a record high of $23T in Q2, and homeowners are cashing in.
Retailers are offering perks to hire new workers for the holidays, but they may not be enough.
The Cheesecake Factory looked like it was in trouble early in the pandemic, then delivery cheesecake saved the day.
A shortage of snowplow drivers is plaguing the Midwest and Northeast, and could lead to troubling conditions this winter.
Microsoft wants in on the metaverse, and its vision could pit it squarely against Meta.
Squire, a $750m barbershop booking app, is on the cusp of unicorn status and proving barbershops are big business.
Skimpflation is a form of inflation where companies skimp on the goods and services they provide.
Mike LaVitola started Foxtrot to scratch his own itch. We caught up with him about redefining what convenience stores can be.
Redbox, operator of everyone’s favorite DVD kiosks, IPO’d this week, and wants to prove that it can grow beyond DVD rentals.
ProShares and Mastercard, 2 institutions tied to the traditional financial infrastructure, are helping crypto go mainstream.
Intel spent $20B on a pivot that could save the company and help solve the chip shortage.
The FDA introduced a rule that would allow hearing aids to be sold over the counter, and Big Tech wants in on the action.
We spoke to the travel industry veteran about navigating 2020, how travel has changed forever, and the trends he's watching going forward.
Launched in 2016, Apple’s ad business is an under-the-radar gold mine.
Google is releasing updates across Search, Travel, and Home products to help users become more sustainable.
Roblox announced new features for users and developers to take the platform to the next level, and bring the metaverse into clearer focus.
Mindbody acquired ClassPass, and both studios and consumers will benefit from the combined entity.
Teachers have asked TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter to help curb the spread of viral challenges and misinformation that have put educator safety at risk.