Seat at the Table
WRITTEN BY Wes Schlagenhauf
Soy boat afloat
Razor sales have fallen 5.1% this past year as beards become cool again
Razor companies like Gillette are feeling the burn after razor sales decline 5.1% in hipster America.
Trade wars keep soybean ship adrift in the Pacific for more than a month
A gigantic freighter carrying 70k tons of American soybeans has been stuck at sea for a month amidst the escalating trade dispute between the US and China.
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Tinder’s set to double business earnings to over $800m this year
Tinder on pace to double their year-over-year revenue, as it amounts for almost half of Match Group’s projected annual revenue.
Zume in talks to receive $750m from Softbank to perfect their pizza robot
Small startup Zume is reportedly in talks to raise up to $750m from Softbank’s Vision Fund, as they look to build their fleet of robot pizza makers that spin dough on the go.
7 YEARS LATER: Magic Leap finally launches its first product
AR company Magic Leap has finally released their first official product after 7 years of building hype, now the question is, are people interested in taking the leap?
Slurpin up the acquisition
The billionaire battle is over: US investor will take full control of Arsenal
After a long battle for ownership, British premier league soccer club, Arsenal, is now fully owned by Stan Kroenke.
The only paper straw producer in the US gets slurped up by new owner
Facebook is the 3rd largest mobile browser. Wait, what?
Liquor and beer are in the CLEAR: biometrics firm now provides alcohol transactions
Clear moves into Seattle, making it easier and faster for sports fans to buy concessions at Seahawks and Mariners games.