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"Affordability will continue declining in 2019."
Over Black Friday weekend Amazon was 182% more likely to appear on competitors' brand search terms — Williams Sonoma, Wayfair, Walmart — than its own brand name, according to a market analysis report.
Cîroc Ads By Diddy And Others Violate FTC Rules On Influencer Ads Once Again, An Advocacy Group Said
Influencers promoted the vodka without disclosing they were paid, according to Truth In Advertising.
"People are really struggling."
“It’s the bunker mentality. These people have been under siege for 600 days now. They’re getting tired, getting cranky — the only survival strategy is to quit or fully buy in.”
Trump is overstating progress on trade negotiations with China, and investors are noticing.
Walmart's Jet.com saw a 39% decrease in online sales revenue on Cyber Monday compared to last year, despite promoting steep discounts.
While Facebook maintains that Sandberg was not directly involved in a public relations firm's opposition research on Soros, it now acknowledges that she did in fact request research on the billionaire.
The seizure could mean that the documents, which journalists have previously sued to release from a California court’s protective order, may now become public.
The avocado boom has birthed a fight over who gets to make money off the patented giant “Carla.”
Desi skincare was never easier.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and policy boss Vijaya Gadde seemed completely unprepared to deal with caste issues, according to sources.
After a wildfire destroyed the town of Paradise, nearby Chico is struggling to absorb the new demands for housing. "We’re out of rentals 100%," one real estate agent said.
Blue Apron said the suit could cost the company over $5 million.
"So I’m just noticing that Facebook has a thoughts and prayers autoresponder on our Chicago Hospital shooting livestream and I have thoughts."
The company’s 300 stores will remain open and shoppers’ orders will not be impacted as David’s Bridal restructures its debt, the company said Monday.
Cryptocurrency Scams Are Thriving On Twitter Eight Months After It Said It Was Working To Eliminate Them
Scammers promising free bitcoin have become more sophisticated over the past few months, hacking verified Twitter accounts like Target to spread their scheme. It seems to be coming from Russia.
Homeowners in these areas will need to get used to flooding year after year.
Despite Changes To Sexual Misconduct Policies, Google Walkout Organizers Say There’s More To Be Done
Google has conceded to some, but not all, demands by employees, some of whom called executives' responses "tone deaf" following an all-staff meeting on Thursday.
Apple shares fell Friday after the company said it would no longer report unit sales of iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
"This phrase should not have appeared in trends, and we’re sorry for this mistake."
Fewer people bought homes this year. The obvious culprit: worsening affordability.
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
“Nobody knows how bad it is and nobody wants to know," said one critic of the ad industry.
The new rule, limited to parts gathered from animals in captivity, has activists concerned about a spike in black market trade.
Google Engineers Are Organizing A Walkout To Protest The Company’s Protection Of An Alleged Sexual Harasser
In a new email, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that he supports the planned "women's walk" to protest issues of sexual misconduct at the company.
In Throwing His Weight Behind A San Francisco Homelessness Tax, Marc Benioff Finds His Populist Voice
The CEO of Salesforce, one of San Francisco's richest citizens, has a novel idea to solve the city's homeless crisis: tax his business.
"It's providing them with a hope that they may have thought didn't exist for their cancer," says the executive director of TruthInAdvertising.org.