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State Farm, the provider of car, home and life insurance, is working with Amazon on a new Alexa tool that helps people stay in contact with their aging family members.
Competition in Europe’s food delivery market is getting even more heated.
Uber rival Bolt announced Wednesday it will launch a food delivery service in Tallinn, Estonia, where it is headquartered. The Estonian start-up said it would expand the service to Latvia, Lithuania, and South Africa later this year before launching in more markets in Europe and Africa in 2020.
On our latest installment of “The American Consumer”, Josh Lipton reports on how shoppers are now buying more tech and electronic devices online than inside the store.
Domino’s is just one example of a company looking for new innovation for its services. Kate Rogers is in Michigan and reports how the pizza chain is improving its delivery methods.
A top antitrust official at the Department of Justice said Tuesday that “a couple of dozen states” are interested in investigating Big Tech for antitrust concerns.
Got extra stuff? Got extra space? A new company is ready to make a match. Neighbor, based in Salt Lake City, connects homeowners online with people who need storage space. Its CEO says the barely 2-year-old company is already seeing 500% annual growth.
Apple’s health team has seen a slew of departures in the past year after a series of leadership changes and internal disagreements about direction.
Monday marked 15 years since Google went public and as Josh Lipton reports the company has been growing throughout the years with a strong acquisition strategy.
Disney confirmed Monday that its much-anticipated Disney+ will launch on almost every major streaming platform.
When Google debuted on Wall Street on Aug. 19, 2004, the public market was still scratching its head at what the company could do, let alone what a search engine was.
Nvidia’s CEO, Jensen Huang, has reason to be concerned about other chipmakers, like AMD.
But he’s not worried about Nvidia’s own big customers turning into competitors.
Walmart’s latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.
Josh Lipton gives us a breakdown on the latest quarterly earnings report from Cisco.
American teenagers may spend a lot of time on their smartphones but when it comes to getting paid and spending their money, they prefer cash.
Microsoft has snapped up David Rhew from Samsung Electronics, where he worked as a chief medical officer overseeing the company’s health efforts in the U.S.