On Monday, the USDA announced a new colorful variation of spinach. Now the department hopes to partner with a manufacturer.
After the classic booze Aperol took off last summer, other alcohol brands are beginning to pitch themselves as successors.
Milk prices are soaring thanks to a rise in Chinese dairy consumption.
A new report shows that 15% of all labeled swordfish is actually shark. Now, a team of Italian scientists is advocating for a cheaper and more economical testing process.
Insurance startup Lemonade is entering a fight with T-Mobile’s parent company over its use of the color magenta.
Data companies analyze and sell your data to customers, resulting in a consumer score. Here’s how you can request to look at some of that information.
Murray Energy Corp. becomes the 8th coal company in the past year to file for bankruptcy protection.
Sexy Halloween costumes are keeping the Halloween spirit alive, and companies like Yandy are cashing in on the craze.
Climate change activists are coming for our content, and a new report shows that they have a point.
Micro-mobility companies have created a new gig-economy niche, but, as it turns out, the system for charging dead scooters and e-bikes is far from perfect.
Spencer Dinwiddie’s plan to turn his contract extension into a digital investment token is being heavily scrutinized by the NBA -- here’s how it works.
Amazon cut ties with 3 of its major delivery firms after investigations put a spotlight on fatalities linked to the companies.
A handful of US companies are using AI-software to monitor human performance to increase optimization in the future.
For the month of October, Bungalo announced it will add paranormal reports to its list of home inspections.
As Ring expands partnerships with local law enforcement, the fine print issues are becoming clearer.
Bloomberg’s new wealth chart illustrates the vast net of income inequality.
As dollar store backlash rises, more cities are crafting laws to help curb the spread of food deserts.
Football’s concussion problem has given way to a litany of products backed by pseudoscience.
Rhino, a company that wants to put the billions of rental deposit dollars back into the hands of the renter, just raised a $21m Series A.
Wag has lost a large amount of market share since fetching $300m from SoftBank.
Uber’s investigative unit highlights the broken review process when it comes to harrowing customer complaints.
Europe’s top court agrees with Google in ‘right to be forgotten’ battle.
Axon is the latest major organization to get into VR, and the company hopes it can cut down on deadly police shootings in the US.
As competition increases, the consensus on Roku’s stock viability grows even more scattered.
Zume is broadening its business model with its new “Forward Mobile Kitchens”
India has announced an immediate ban on e-cigarettes as global vaping backlash continues to grow.
Security startup Strider comes out of stealth to keep international IP-thieves at bay.
Antitrust concerns loom as one of the big 4 elevator giants looks to further consolidate the industry
McDonald’s continues to double down on new drive-thru technology.