On the online marketplace more often associated with handmade and vintage goods, sellers are pivoting to meet pandemic-related demands.
Google’s not making a nationwide coronavirus testing website. And the company had no idea the president would say it was.
Drivers for Uber and Lyft in Seattle say demand for rides has plummeted, and they have few workplace benefits to fall back on.
As more gatherings get shut down due to Covid-19, a new group of companies are trying to re-create the experience online. Hotel cocktail not included.
The popular app Robinhood, which has raised more than $1 billion, went down Monday for the third time in a week.
In a subpoena filed Monday, city officials say startup Guesty has facilitated the expansion of short-term rental empires that violate local rules.
The city has four times more listings than it did four years ago, and many of them violate short-term rental limits.
An antitrust workshop at Stanford brings together Justice Department officials and venture capitalists to consider reining in the industry’s biggest players.