Berkshire Hathaway reported its Q3 holdings last week, and half of Warren Buffett’s top 10 largest holdings are in the US banking industry.
Taylor Swift negotiated a deal that will give her future rights over her music -- and will help other artists take a larger chunk of their streaming profits.
Airbnb’s wants to help rural communities — often neglected by Big Tech — use the platform as a form of “economic empowerment and community development.”
Staffing startup Wonolo raised another $32m to expand its platform for gigs in manufacturing, retail, and shipping.
Lightricks, the developer behind photo editing apps like Facetune, has raised a massive $60m round to help us blur acne out of existence.
After one of the most powerful execs in the auto industry was arrested for fraud, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance he built could crash and burn.
Beyond Meat filed for a $100m IPO, becoming the first animal-free meat maker to go public.
BlackBerry is looking to get out of the smartphone shadow, as it acquires Cylance, an AI-based company that specializes in autonomous vehicle technology.
Schwan’s Co. will sell to South Korea’s largest food manufacturer, for $1.8B to bring their Korean products into more US grocery stores and restaurants.
Under new ownership, the Weather Channel’s bet on immersive mixed reality seems to be paying off.
Airtable raised $100m at a $1.1B valuation just 8 months after it was valued at $152m -- all in spite of competition from tech’s biggest heavyweights.
Italic launched a brandless luxury platform, but the value of brands to luxury consumers could cause its business model to backfire.
Levi’s preps an IPO at a $5B valuation, its second time going public in its 145-year tenure.
Falling short of their threat to ban flavored e-cigs, the FDA has decided to instead ban flavored cigars and menthol cigarettes.
Lime announced its plans to drop its new carshare service on the streets of Seattle this week, and wants to have 1.5k cruising the lanes by early 2019.
ServiceTitan, which provides software to home services providers like plumbers and electricians, has raised $326m and has a $1.65B valuation.
Victoria’s Secret’s stock has plummeted more than 72% in the last 3 years as women’s standards of female empowerment have shifted from Victoria’s Secret angels, to body positivity.
Tulsa is the latest city to offer digital nomads $10k to move there, but it faces an uphill battle.
Facebook is expanding its tools for job posting in an attempt to insulate itself from slackening growth.
Sweetgreen just became a unicorn after raising $200m, as it looks to dabble in Blockchain and double down on its delivery game.
The wellness industry is taking off, with companies like Simple Habit and Calm looking to branch out, as well as some interesting new business models.
After years of hype, the self-driving future is scheduled to arrive this December in Phoenix -- with Waymo at the wheel of the industry.
American soy farmers are saving their soybeans in the hopes that prices will soon rise -- but the ongoing trade war makes their bean bet a risky gamble.
The rise of mega-funds has increased the overall amount of funding available to startups, but decreased the number of startups that actually raise money.
Diageo, the world’s largest alcohol distiller has decided to sell 19 of its bottom shelf brands, because US consumers are only drinking the good stuff these days.
SAP agrees to acquire research and survey software company, Qualtrics, for $8B mere days before the firm was set to hit NASDAQ.
Alibaba broke its own single-day ecommerce record during its Singles’ Day yesterday despite slowing growth and trade war tensions.
According to reports, Takeda is set to win conditional approval from the EU to acquire Shire PLC for a whopping $62B.
The saffron industry in northern Greece is growing rapidly even as the rest of the economy continues to shrink.
As Netflix looks to batten down the hatches in anticipation of Disney+, the company announced iconic host sir David Attenborough will be voicing a new 8-part original series.