Using “Wizard” in your job ad is probably not going to land you a “Rockstar” employee.
Has Walmart grown a conscience? Or are they just trying to cover up their massive layoffs?
Long-rumored to be eyeing a public offering, the $10B file-sharing company has finally taken the plunge and filed confidentially for IPO. Scheduled for the first half of 2018, they’ll be the first private tech darling to enter the waters since Snap’s poor showing last year. But let’s be clear: they’re no Snapchat Dropbox is doing […]
There were a few high-profile uh-oh’s at CES that would have the father of keynotes himself rolling in his grave. Here are some of the biggest disasters.
45-year-old Ohio-based basket maker and lifestyle brand Longaberger finally sold its 21-acre office headquarters… which is also the world’s largest basket.
Brazil’s wind farms have the highest output in the entire world, which means companies are looking to sell it for cheap, cheap, cheap.
The world’s largest biometric identity system has been hacked yet again, but the state-run identification authority won’t do anything about it.
Rotisserie chickens are cheap, ubiquitous, and extremely profitable for brick-and-mortar grocery chains in a time of uncertainty.
A story of the absurd legality of infringement claims, and YouTube’s flawed process for policing potential copyright issues on its platform.
Kodak just doubled their stock price after launching their own cryptocurrency KODAKCoin, To understand why, we need only look at their history…
For the first time ever, China is top 5 amongst US patent recipients. And their plan to boost innovation seems to be working.
2 of Apple’s major shareholders called out the company for not taking precautions to curb smartphone addiction. Apple says they’ve always been on top of it.
To keep their campus bikes from getting stolen, Google has hired 30 contractors to hunt down their “hot” property.
The “Bomb Cyclone” caused a huge shopping surge, but, thanks to "business weather intelligence agencies," many retailers saw it coming.
After missing its earnings big and failing to pull off a push into the drone market, the camera maker is flailing.
Segway attempts to rise from the ashes of disaster with the release of it’s new Advanced Personal Robot named Loomo, AKA a Segway with a robot on it.
Dogecoin is somehow worth actual money now, and its creator thinks it foretells a major crypto market crash.
Marc Cuban looks to get in the ring against WWE with a new professional wrestling league from Japan: but can they compete with the big dogs?
Ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, now plans to sell a third of his personal Uber shares -- and that’s only because Uber wouldn’t let him sell more.
Philip Morris International doesn’t actually care about a “smoke-free future.” They just want you to buy their new products.
The Meltdown and Spectre flaws affect every computer processor made in the past 20 years (AKA, you're affected). Luckily, you have a few options...
Nuclear has been nothing but trouble for US energy companies in the past few years, but it looks like the reactor space is heating back up.
Is ‘raw’ water the newest health trend about to sweep Silicon Valley, or is it just another sensationalized micro-trend?
Logan Paul literally exploited a dead body for views. Why isn’t YouTube taking action?
Spotify files confidentially for IPO via “direct listing.” May go public as soon as this quarter.
Mike Cagney plans to raise $25m for an unnamed fintech company with wife June Ou serving as COO.
Worldwide, more than 50k deals went down in 2017, worth in excess of $3.5T.