Consumers are turning to fake meat as the coronavirus threatens the supply of real meat, but can they keep up with demand?
A rising number of people are turning to social media to get their daily news, but the pandemic has forced many companies to slash their marketing budget.
The coronavirus has grounded flights and left millions of people too scared to board a plane. What does this mean for the industry?
We all know who Amazon is, but often wonder how exactly it makes all its money that it can expand into so many different sectors. Well, wonder no more.
With more people turning to streaming content at home as cinemas remain closed due to the pandemic, what does this mean for the movie industry?
One fitness hardware stock that has a hefty price tag on its equipment is testing out new ways to attract a bigger audience during the pandemic.
E-commerce platforms and companies helping people work from home are proving to be good investments during the pandemic and are likely to take off post-virus.
The ride-hailing service could start making a profit sooner than anticipated, with 2020 dubbed the year of subscriptions by Uber’s CEO.
Popular streaming platform Roku grows its ad-business, with the possibility of doubling profits by the end of 2020.
Teladoc Health is facing a huge demand from patients as they opt to be diagnosed virtually, to avoid human contact amid the coronavirus outbreak.