Netflix’s multibillion-dollar content strategy seems to be working -- the streaming sensation’s market cap topped Disney’s to become top dog yesterday.
Court filings reveal that Apple knew its 6 and 6 Plus phones were more likely to bend, proving the “bendgate” rumor was actually true.
Dog-sitting startup Rover is nearing unicorn status as it looks to take the ‘Best In Show’ title from its main competitor Wag.
Continuing a 7-year campaign accusing Google of cheating in its search results, Yelp has revived a lawsuit and launched a PR campaign against Google.
The Kilauea Volcano is taking a massive toll on the Big Island’s economy, and Hawaii’s governor wants to reassure everyone parts of the island are still open for business.
Openpath raises $7m to revolutionize the way we open doors at the office
As the company continues to struggle, Snapchat execs are starting to make like ghosts and disappear.
In American sports betting’s first big wager since the Supreme Court legalized gambling, Irish bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair is buying FanDuel.
The NYSE’s president steps down, making way for the Big Board’s first female president in its 226-year history.
Amazon is in hot water with civil rights groups after the ACLU found documents detailing Amazon’s quiet facial-recognition deals with law enforcement groups.
By keeping a consistent (and caffeinated) consumer base engaged using sweet perks, Starbucks has built the world’s largest mobile payment platform.
The agreement adds more than 2m songs to Sony’s already-iconic catalogue. But the last 10% of EMI still belong to the Jacksons.
Banks are adopting military-style tactics to fight cyber bandits costing them $445B a year.
As CEO pay packages continue to rise, shareholders are starting to pick up their pitchforks when executive bonuses don’t line up with corporate performance.
GE sells off their struggling rail unit to Wabtec as new CEO John Flannery trims the fat in a company revamp.
To win the cloud wars for the government’s $10B JEDI contract to build a war-cloud, Microsoft launched a government version of its cloud services.
Campbell’s CEO abruptly announced her immediate retirement on Friday, bringing the total women CEOs at Fortune 500 companies down to just 23.
TGI Fridays servers in the UK staged a walkout on Friday over another tips and wages dispute.
PayPal purchased a Swedish mobile payments company called iZettle in a bid to challenge rival Square in the small business market.
To keep their precious pieces away from riffraff re-sellers, Swiss luxury watchmaker Richemont destroyed $539m of its products over the last 2 years.
The Qatari government just swooped in with a $100k lifeline to keep the DC Metro running an hour later for the NHL Playoffs. But… why?
It looks as if Apple’s new HQ2 is quietly landing in North Carolina, showing the differences between Apple and Amazon
To compete with industry leaders Spotify and Apple, Google is turning up the dial on its musical offerings with a new AI-powered Premium streaming platform.
Years of fishy business practices have finally caught up to tuna-titan Chris Lischewski, and even his slick mane won’t help him wriggle out of this net.
The 5th Wealth-X Billionaire Census dropped this week and the super rich are getting super-richer -- billionaires’ combined assets increased by 24% to $9.2T.
The world’s largest bitcoin mining company just invested big money into Circle to build the first successful stable coin.
Consolidation in Canada’s Mary Jane industry just took a big toke, with 2 of the largest firms agreeing on a massive merger.
In a feud fit for reality TV, the board of CBS filed a restraining order against majority shareholder Shari Redstone to prevent her from influencing a vote to downgrade her stake.
As it auctions off its IP, bankrupt Toys ‘R’ Us reveals it owned some explicit domain names such as KinkyToys‘R’Us.com.