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As an anti–home sharing measure heads to the San Francisco ballot, a new, Airbnb-backed counter-group has already sprung up to fight it. San Franciscans, get ready for a hot summer.
WyzAnt, a Chicago-based digital marketplace for tutors, is looking for some of that San Francisco tech bubble magic. But can the veteran platform embrace tech 2.0 while adhering to the law?
The oversaturated "Uber for x" economy can probably stand to lose a startup here or there. But with increasingly severe legal problems, dubious profit models — and now, the death of Homejoy — some think that it might be time for the market to consolidate.
The streaming service will create weekly, personalized playlists based on people's individual listening patterns.
Amazon doubles its lobbying amount from last year, and Google, once again, outpaces other tech companies in 2015’s second-quarter federal lobbying disclosures.
Two hours on the high seas with the "Airbnb for boats."
Olive Garden is kicking the habit of luring customers by offering big discounts. But don't worry, never-ending pasta isn't going anywhere.
In a presentation to investors, the company said onboard Wi-Fi will hit broadband speeds within five years, and be available on many more flights.
The quest for the Chipotle of salad continues.
The basketball star is developing an app to help celebrities have more "authentic" and "personal" interactions with their fans. And that's just the beginning of his plans for Silicon Valley.
Most importantly, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings can rock a "BoJack Horseman" sweater with the best of them.
The mobile money transfer service grew by almost 250% in the last quarter, and has become central to PayPal's efforts to reach younger users.
At $49 billion, the California-based payments company has a richer valuation than its former parent, eBay.
Arab Women Rising, published in 2014 by the Wharton Business School, profiles female entrepreneurs from around the Middle East and North Africa.
The gender imbalance in tech financing was center stage as 12 female entrepreneurs competed for a $50,000 grand prize.