[BUSINESS NEWS] Uber and Lyft must reclassify their drivers as employees, which could spell the end of the sharing economy as we know it. Here's why...
[BUSINESS NEWS] As Uber and Lyft face lawsuits in California, will they be able to continue to operate?
[BUSINESS NEWS] Once again, Walmart shows their might as a one-stop shopping giant, even during the pandemic.
[BUSINESS NEWS] Clearview AI is getting sued by the ACLU, and they’ve hired the top free speech lawyer in the country to come to the rescue.
[BUSINESS NEWS] Google claps back at the Australian government with an open-letter to Australian consumers, opposing the proposed News Media Bargaining Code law.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Online retail giant Wish moves to push products through small businesses in the US since a UN shipping subsidy was cut. Could piggybacking e-commerce...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Ad tech company Mediaocean prioritizes employment in a crisis, and as a result saves jobs while bolstering business capacity. An example for all.
(BUSINESS NEWS) The Midwest produces 20% of USA GDP but only receives 5% of venture capital funding, so why is it the most overlooked region for...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Wish offers small stores large quantities of items to sell, but do they actually want to help, or just get cheaper shipping?
(BUSINESS NEWS) Walmart+ is being delayed once again, but the service has yet to be cancelled. Will it be another flop?
(BUSINESS NEWS) Employers can’t usually do medical screenings - but it’s a little different during a pandemic.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Complicated application processes and disorganized on-boarding practices often dissuade the best candidates and cause new hires to leave. Sora promises to help with this.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Branding has gone through a major change recently and many companies are agreeing to shifts, but Trader Joe's thinks its names are fine.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Amazon's advertisement for their new "partnership" sounds suspiciously like a multi-level marketing scheme.
(BUSINESS NEWS) No one is immune to COVID-19. Dunkin’ Donuts announces 800 location closures across the US.
(BUSINESS NEWS) As remote work becomes more common, some employees won’t be returning to the office--ever. Big Tech has almost unilaterally jumped on board.
(BUSINESS NEWS) As families gear up for more virtual learning, back-to-school retailers anticipate major losses.
(BUSINESS NEWS) A second round of stimulus payments seems to be on the horizon for Americans, but remains held up by debates in the Senate about...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Bed Bath & Beyond will be closing 200 stores due to coronavirus. Honestly, they might've had it coming.
(BUSINESS NEWS) If you're still missing your stimulus money, you might have been one of many who threw it away on accident. Do not despair -...
(BUSINESS NEWS) Google is flexing their access to advertisers to warn European media companies trying to cutting off the tech giant from collecting data from users.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Walmart has long been trying to become a serious Amazon competitor. Is their new membership program the edge they need to make that happen?
(BUSINESS NEWS) Walmart has teamed up with a new partner to sell second hand clothes online, hopefully this partnership works out better than the last.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Amazon cracks down on scammy sellers in the U.S by requiring sellers to list their real names and addresses on their accounts.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Lockdown has millions of workers doing their jobs from home, and many will never go back to the office again. So how do you...
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