From #FOMO to #JOMO
For many, social media can present envy-induced anxiety often referred to as FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Discover why some are opting out of jam-packed weekends for a quieter experience or JOMO (Joy of Missing Out).
According the Bloomberg, Depository Trust & Clearing Corp., Wall Street’s largest back-office processing service, is partnering with IBM to upgrade how payments and record-keeping for credit-default swaps are handled by putting the system on a blockchain by early next year.
Few of us follow through on our New Year's resolutions, but if we did, they have the potential to really add up.
Netflix Inc. has added an option that allows subscribers to download shows at no additional cost on their mobile device to watch without an internet connection, according to Reuters.
In August, Harry’s Razor Co., a three-year-old business that started out selling razors online, put up displays in nearly 1,800 Targets stores, according to the Wall Street Journal.
According to the Independent, U.S. company Hyperloop One has agreed to a deal with Dubai to evaluate building a new high-speed train to Abu Dhabi, which would travel 150km in just 12 minutes.
Family and festivities - plus shopping and travel. The holiday season is ready to kickoff.
Movember is the month to let facial hair grow, but is the razor industry feeling the burn? Get the hairy stats with our infographic.
According to the Wall Street Journal, this holiday season, one way traditional retailers hope to wrestle sales from Amazon is by making it easier for shoppers to buy items online and pick them up in stores.
Halloween kicks off the long-awaited holiday spending season. Check out the trends.
Facebook is in discussions with several countries for trial broadcasts of internet content from high-flying drones, according to the Wall Street Journal, underscoring the social media company’s push to provide bandwidth to poorly connected parts of the globe.
Reuters reports that Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has agreed to sell its software business to Micro Focus.
Amazon will expand its bricks-and-mortar footprint across the U.S., according to Financial Times, undeterred by the fact many physical bookstores have been struggling for years.