Some assisted living facilities, pharmacy chains and health care providers are luring new customers with covid shots.
Two entrepreneurs are introducing circular business models that could upend the food and apparel industries for the better.
When is a loan not a loan? When it’s a “nonrecourse cash advance.” Why it matters: By advancing money while calling the interest a “fee” or a “tip,” companies like Earnin and Wagestream can skirt regulations that cap interest rates. What’s happening: Earnin i…
Companies ranging from Disney to Harley Davidson have gotten their start in a garage and such is the case for many major tech companies.
For some Americans, transportation is a key challenge for getting the Covid-19 vaccine. Companies like Uber and Lyft are stepping in to help.
Batteries are the latest landing pad for investors. In the past week alone, two companies have announced plans to become publicly traded companies by merging with special purpose acquisition companies. European battery manufacturer FREYR said Friday it would become a publicly traded company through a special purpose acquisition vehicle with a valuation at $1.4 billion. Houston…
Working from home is becoming entrenched for today’s office workforce, with data showing that just 1 in 10 companies expects all employees to return to their desk.
The European Union will make pharmaceutical companies respect contracts they have signed for the supply of COVID-19 vaccines, European Council President Charles Michel said on Sunday.
Software firms that help other companies communicate are booming this year thanks to pandemic-driven remote-work. Why it matters: Even when a vaccine is rolled out and lockdown provisions are lifted, most companies will likely maintain at least some work-from-home flexibility, which will bode well for software firms like Zoom, DocuSign, Twilio, Microsoft, Slack and others.Driving…