For better or worse, the big social media platforms have changed the way we interact with the world. Will they continue to wield such influence over the next decade?
The World Health Organization recently declared the Wuhan coronavirus a global emergency. While the Chinese authorities work on containing the mysterious disease, these three companies are looking for a cure. It’s hard to believe that only a few weeks ago the words “novel coronavirus” were not yet a part of our vocabulary, while the name Read More…
Visa leads the world in the extremely lucrative payments processing market. But as consumer habits change, and financial technology develops, the company faces serious long-term threats from its rivals.
Last week’s earnings report was strong enough to garner praise for The Coca-Cola Company. But how does the beverage conglomerate manage to keep from going flat?
Chipotle is one of the most beloved chains in the U.S., yet only a few short years ago, the company was plagued by potentially ruinous health concerns. Here’s how it reclaimed its title as the king of Mexican fast food.
Tesla Motors has become practically synonymous with the sustainable vehicle industry, but Elon Musk’s venture is by no means the only electric carmaker that investors should care about.
Sundar Pichai, CEO and public face of Google for almost five years, is about to take the helm of the search engine’s parent company, Alphabet. But who is the tech superstar, and what fresh approaches might he bring to the table?
As PayPal gears up to spend $4 billion on browser extension tool Honey, we look at how the purchase compares to the company’s long list of previous acquisitions.
Recessions and sell-offs are part and parcel of a free economy, but some companies are more exposed to the consequences of a downturn than others.
In the wake of a truly stellar partnership with Virgin Galactic, we look at how and why Under Armour is changing things up amid a time of uncertainty.