What's in a name? Quite a bit, apparently, according to the folks at WeWork. Nine years after the coworking conglomerate launched with a single location in New York City, they've decided it's time for
This Taiwanese tea is so popular in London that it's only sold twice a day and is limited to 1 per person
Taiwanese tea brand YiFang sells the Mudflip, a drink so popular that it's only served two times a day and is limited to one per person. The Mudflip is made with tapioca pearls, brown sugar, and milk.
Earlier this year, Netflix was seen testing a bypass of iTunes billing across dozens of markets worldwide. As 2018 draws to a close, Netflix — the App Store’s top grossing app — has ditched the ability
Fitness and gaming have been two of the most popular categories of apps for years, and now a startup founded out of London that has combined the two in a unique way has picked up a big round of funding
This year’s McKinsey & Company retreat in China was one to remember. Hundreds of the company’s consultants frolicked in the desert, riding camels over sand dunes and mingling in tents linked by red carpets.
Slack Technologies, the workplace messaging company, has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs to lead its IPO next year, according to a Reuters report. Reuters’ sources say the company is hoping to nab
Curve Hits 300,000 Users With U.S. Expansion Planned, But This All-In-One Card Is Still Too Clever For Its Own Good
Curve, the London-based fintech that lets you combine all your bank cards into one, has reached the milestone of over 300,000 cardholders, its CEO and founder Shachar Bialick exclusively told Forbes. don’t
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While companies are defined by the work of their staff, they all need a figurehead and a leader to act as the face of the business, and to shape their corporate strategy. That's where the CEO comes in.
Teamable, a provider of hiring software that leverages employees’ social networks, has brought in $5 million from new investor Foundation Capital and existing backers True Ventures and SaaStr Fund. The
The sandwich chain relies on complex factory supply lines to keep prices down No one can deny the genius of the marketing behind Pret a Manger. Tapping into our fears about health and junk food, the sandwich
High-end marijuana retailer MedMen just spent $682 million on the largest US cannabis acquisition in history
MedMen, one of the most recognizable brands in the rapidly expanding cannabis industry, acquired the medical-marijuana dispensary chain PharmaCann in a $682 million all-stock transaction, the companies
Following on from the early October announcement that Grand Seiko has created its own U.S. subsidiary, Grand Seiko Corporation of America, the division of Seiko Watch now announces its very first limited