The company Ink is an unlikely startup hero. They're based in Nebraska. And their business model is “revamping on-campus printing.”
Jestin Coler ran a fake news network that misled millions of Americans and netted him hundreds of thousands of dollars. And in his own words, “it wasn’t hard to do.”
Last Friday, Joe Ricketts, the billionaire founder of Ameritrade, announced he was shutting down his popular local news sites, Gothamist and DNAinfo.
For the past decade, Danny Gerardi has rented out his mansion to film “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” His rate: as much as $36k per day.
Yesterday, lawyers representing Facebook, Google, and Twitter testified before the US Senate on the topic of Russian involvement in the 2016 election.
Apple touted facial recognition as a security upgrade to its existing TouchID feature -- but, it turns out the tech can be easily tricked by human genetics.
Saudi Arabia's promote themselves as a future tech hub by giving citizenship to a robot for the first time in history.
McD's in China has officially changed its Chinese name from Maidanglao (a literal translation of “McDonald’s”) to Jingongmen -- or, “Golden Arches.”
Leaked numbers show that UberEATS is projected to hit $3B in sales this year -- meaning it's growing faster than their ride-sharing business.
Last week, Google announced the Google Home Mini — a smart speaker meant to compete with the likes of Amazon’s Echo Dot — to generally positive reviews. Now, they’re in some deep water: turns out, some of the test units released to press members and giveaway contestants were randomly recording users’ conversations “thousands of times […]
A recent study found that 95 lbs) of gold -- about $2m worth at current market value -- passes through the country’s wastewater every year.
Tujia is now valued at $1.5B, while Airbnb struggles to win over Chinese consumers.
Andrew Left's Citron Research wields a mighty stick when it comes to influencing the market.
An analysis of 330,000 employees from 43 U.S. enterprises has proven that ageism definitely exists in tech.
Last week Flexport raised a $110m Series C, placing its pre-money valuation at a whopping $800m. This is not a company that makes photo sharing apps or design-porn hardware: it is a customs brokerage and freight forwarding service. (Jesus, just reading that can put you to sleep). And its success is indicative of a larger […]