The 8-year-old meal kit delivery startup announced it will close after years of financial struggles in a highly saturated market.
A birth control delivery startup called The Pill Club raised $51m to expand its prescription-based services across the country.
The Dutch location-mapping company TomTom sold its fleet management business for $1B to focus on competing with Google and Here in in-car mapping.
In the spirit of market domination, industry behemoths like Apple, Starbucks and Toyota have inked some high-profile partnerships in hopes of taking over their respective markets.
Airbnb adds architect to its resume with its new project called “Backyard,” an urban planning project that will test the distribution of its own prototype homes by 2019.
A startup called Roam raised $12m to build bionic suits that help skiers stay on the slopes longer.
Microsoft wins a $480m contract to supply the US military with its HoloLens AR headset for live combat as well as combat training.
Payless ShoeSource faked a luxury shoe launch and tricked influencers into paying more than 10x for their discount kicks -- all for a commercial.
As the holiday season approaches, Porch Pirates are running rampant, and now a fairly new market is making its way to the front lines.
Bird announced it will sell its scooters to entrepreneurs who can rent and brand them anyway they so please.
Audi and other fast-moving companies are building out their own private 5G networks to take advantage of the faster connectivity before it’s available to the average iPhone.
Google employees have urged the search engine behemoth to cancel its plans to build a censored version of its product for the Chinese market.
What do you get when you combine the world’s largest pork producer and a huge energy company? A whole lotta pig poop -- enough to heat thousands of homes.
Apple unveils its app-developer camp geared toward female-led app startups the same day its app-based antitrust lawsuit thrown out.
Fox Nation, a new stand-alone streaming app from Fox news, offers extra content for die-hards -- but not a long-term solution to Fox’s Netflix problem.
Vietnamese ed-tech startup, Topico, raised $50m, making it one of the largest funding rounds for a Vietnamese company to date.
Atari’s CEO announces the company is profitable again, as it continues to grow and rebuild its brand in the age of nostalgia.
‘Neo-banks’ are attracting a younger audience with their fee-free philosophy, and new age design on mobile banking.
China’s Beidou satellite positioning network, designed to replace Chinese reliance on US-owned GPS, is almost ready for a smartphone near you.
GM shook up its global operation to shift resources away from gas guzzlers and toward electric and self-driving cars.
We’ve given thanks. Now, it’s back to the grind. Here’s a rundown of headlines you probably missed whilst shoving your face full of stuffing.
A number of startups are working around the clock to find tech-rooted solutions to the bee-pocalypse.