Reservations for Restaurants Can Now Be Made on Airbnb

Reservations for Restaurants Can Now Be Made on Airbnb

Short-term rental company Airbnb announced Wednesday that users are now able to book reservations for restaurants on the Airbnb app. The new reservation service has been made possible due to a partnership with restaurant reservations... 
Rickshaw Ride-Sharing Service Created for Refugees

Rickshaw Ride-Sharing Service Created for Refugees

For millions of refugees that live in camps, the ability to rebuild their lives is dependent upon transportation. Without transportation, families in the refugee camps are not able to reach hospitals, send their children to schools,... 
Online Gaming’s Top Three Billionaires

Online Gaming’s Top Three Billionaires

Online gaming is now a huge global business. Literally billions of people play games via the web one way or another. It could be just a casual free game to enjoy on a smartphone, a massive multiplayer roleplaying adventure with millions... 
Nestle Paying $425 Million to Acquire Coffee Company

Nestle Paying $425 Million to Acquire Coffee Company

Nestle SA will purchase Blue Bottle Coffee as the Switzerland based company looks to bolster its presence in the U.S. amidst growing demand for upscale coffee blends. Nestle is paying $425 million for a stake of 68% in the company,... 
Mophie and Belkin Already Offering Wireless Charging for new iPhones

Mophie and Belkin Already Offering Wireless Charging for new iPhones

The wireless charging pads for the new Apple iPhones will not be available until 2018, but Mophie and Belkin two big third-party providers said their products that are compatible are on sale already. As was highly anticipated and expected,... 
Nordstrom Opening Store With No Clothes but Serves Beer

Nordstrom Opening Store With No Clothes but Serves Beer

Nordstrom will try out a smaller store. The upscale department store announced on Monday that it would be opening a small store of 3,000 square feet, just a fraction of the size of one of its typical stores of over 140,000 square feet. The... 
iPhone Price Tag Could Hurt Excitement in China

iPhone Price Tag Could Hurt Excitement in China

Apple Inc. is expected to launched the much anticipated “iPhone 8” Tuesday, and hopes that the number’s auspicious connotations across China help to turn its fortunes around in the largest smartphone market in the world, following... 
Kroger Stock Drops On Fall in Profit

Kroger Stock Drops On Fall in Profit

Kroger Co. posted profit that was sharply lower as the largest supermarket chain in the country slashed prices while investing in technology to help it maintain pace with increased competition amongst grocers. The grocer, based in... 
Poor Posture among Students: How to Deal with this while in College

Poor Posture among Students: How to Deal with this while in College

Every student has repeatedly heard that keeping good posture is imperative. Good posture aids in reducing stress levels and also eliminate fatigue.  Despite the thorough understanding of the importance of maintaining good posture,... 
Billionaire in China Sues Social Media for Malicious Rumors

Billionaire in China Sues Social Media for Malicious Rumors

One of the richest men in China has taken legal action against what he called rumor mongers that he accused of spreading fake news about his company and him. The huge Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group, has filed several lawsuits... 
Los Angeles Times-Chicago Tribune Group Buys New York Daily News

Los Angeles Times-Chicago Tribune Group Buys New York Daily News

The chain of newspapers led by Michael Ferro the software entrepreneur bought the tabloid New York Daily News, adding the largest media market in the nation to its mix of dailies that include the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and... 
European Union Approves Air Berlin Lifeline

European Union Approves Air Berlin Lifeline

The European Union’s European Commission has approved a bridge loan for Germany based Air Berlin that will maintain the insolvent airline flying while it attempts to find buyers for the company’s assets. Air Berlin, the second... 
Campbell Stock Dives As Poor Outlook Follows Buffett Blow

Campbell Stock Dives As Poor Outlook Follows Buffett Blow

Campbell Soup Co. saw its shares plunge after it posted earnings that disappointed. The packaged food conglomerate also delivered a forecast that was weaker than was expected, bringing additional evidence that a slump industry wide... 
Google Denies it Urged Firing by Think Tank of Critic

Google Denies it Urged Firing by Think Tank of Critic

Google has rejected the claims on Wednesday of a critic who said the search engine giant played a role in firing him from a prominent think tank following his open praise of the decision by the European Commission to fine the tech... 
Kik Raising $135 Million with Sale of Digital Currency

Kik Raising $135 Million with Sale of Digital Currency

Kik Interactive the messaging startup based in Canada will be receiving its largest to date cash infusion, but much of the injection of new cash will be from just regular people rather that from venture capitalists. The Ontario-based...