City utility companies are struggling to keep up with the massive energy consumption that comes with the influx of blockchain mania.
Community colleges are becoming the hot new talent incubators in the world of Big Tech, and it’s working.
Strapped for cash, Domo sold its soul to the IPO overlords, trading a 77% value decrease for some liquidity.
In response to criticism about their lack of transparency, both Facebook and Twitter rolled out new ad tools that make it harder to post both fake news and unique ads.
Redbox may be the butt of the joke to digital snobs, but their new deal with Warner may leave them with the last laugh.
The beverage company that makes LaCroix lost 12% of their stock after news that the SEC was investigating their financial measures bubbled over to the public sector.
Amazon came onto the pharma scene swingin’ for the fences with the $1B purchase of PillPack.
FirstVet scores a $6m series A funding round as it looks to disrupt the pet healthcare industry -- but they aren’t the only ones...
Thanks to a forward-thinking strategy, National Geographic remains the biggest brand on social media.
After taking advantage of a scandalous year at Uber, Lyft is in a strong position… to continue fighting tooth and nail against Uber.
Faraday Future reveals who towed them out of their massive financial rut amid departure of one of its co-founders
Elon Musk has been stealthily funding a school for gifted learners called Ad Astra, and it’s exactly what you think it is.
According to new reports, Instagram is now worth close to $100B, giving Facebook a much needed shoulder to lean on as their growth stagnates among younger users.
As cyber criminals continue to extort municipalities for Bitcoin, cities are choosing whether to pay ransoms, risk rebuilds, or buy insurance.
Thanks to a strong investment economy, startups with plans to disrupt everything from restaurant work to sleep are flush with recently raised cash.
Learning and development company, Mind Gym, announced their plans to go public, and the timing couldn’t be better.
The combined conglomerate will be the 3rd-largest TV station owner in America.
The first half of 2018 has been massive for US IPOs, and this week there are 12 more companies getting ready for the Big Show.
As American protectionist tariffs continue to throw global trade out of whack, Chinese banks have freed up more money and Harley-Davidson announced plans to produce abroad.
Lime hits Paris, Bezos hits the suborbital highway, and Apple admits it’s not you, it’s their keyboards. Here’s the news you missed this weekend.
The dating app conglomerate, Match Group, is adding another heavy hitter to its portfolio after acquiring Hinge for an undisclosed amount.
To dispel potential buyers and assert their financial independence, luxury brand Chanel released its annual sales numbers for the first time ever -- and they looked great.
Tesla, which was already dealing with production and cash flow problems, is now doing some costly damage control thanks to a rogue employee whistleblower.
After 26 years, the Supreme Court has finally overruled a ban on e-commerce sales tax, freeing up states to make tens of billions of dollars more in revenue.
Amid backlash, Microsoft’s CEO sent a memo to employees ensuring that their contract with ICE is in no way contributing to the White House’s border policies.
Fox accepted a $71.3B offer from Disney, putting an end to the bidding war -- unless Comcast has a quick counteroffer.
AMC announced their new subscription service that will compete directly with MoviePass.
Juul is dominating the e-cig market by taking a page of Big Tobacco’s playbook and appealing to young smokers.
A food-tech startup called Apeel Sciences has introduced its avocados at Costco locations throughout the American Midwest.
Despite widespread criticism of Facebook after its recent data privacy scandal, the company has managed to rebound fully enough to add MORE ads.