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.
Facebook has thrown tons of money at the problem of content policing after recent criticism, but reports indicate that investors and users are already over it.
The Carolina Panthers have chosen a hot shot hedge fund billionaire to be their new owner.
People are getting married in barns aplenty these days, but does that necessarily mean weddings are more cost-effective?
Yesterday, the Supreme Court voted 6-3 to overturn a 20-year federal law and legalize betting on sports. Now states, online betting companies (like DraftKings and FanDuel), and platforms that broadcast games are looking at good odds to capture part of the estimated $150B illegally wagered on sports in the US each year. Let the games […]
After months of maneuvering, activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason succeeded in destroying the $6.1B merger between Xerox and Fujifilm.
As more and more consumers buy their groceries using smart speakers, brands are struggling to find ways to weasel into Alexa’s good graces.
Legal battles between Adidas and Skechers heat up as Skechers sues Adidas for keeping them from the spotlight.
Netflix recently surpassed Comcast in value, and given its rapid growth in the past few years it is on track to take on Disney for the media industry’s crown.
On Friday, the New York Times published another expose on the “toxic” culture at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a nonprofit that’s quietly grown to $13.5B in assets.
A successful German company called Flixbus is headed across the Atlantic to challenge American bus companies like Greyhound and Megabus.
Apple and everyone’s favorite banking giant are launching a new joint credit card that will push the tech juggernaut deeper into people’s bank accounts.
Xapo is a first-of-its-kind Bitcoin bunker, with locations across 5 continents that protect 7% of all Bitcoin.
After issuing a ban on US sales to ZTE, the Chinese chipmaker halted all production -- forcing the industry to reorganize as ZTE begs for forgiveness.
Despite rising costs, airlines continue to make a profit by charging a number of fees instead of increasing base ticket prices.
After dodging numerous attempts at regulation, the company that makes EpiPens has kept its competitors so small that they can’t even address the current supply backlog.
Glassdoor announced yesterday that Japanese HR company Recruit Holdings will purchase them for $1.2B -- making it one of the largest tech acquisitions of 2018.