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“Stablecoins, Not Crypto” Is the New “Blockchain, Not Bitcoin”
The striking thing about the latest efforts to ditch cryptocoins in favor of “blockchain technology” is the increasing recognition that cryptocurrencies are here to stay.
Rent the Runway’s Latest Comeback Move: An Upcoming IPO
No-Code Startup Hiring Is Up as Much As 227%
Amazon Is Recruiting A Public Policy Army to Battle the Government, With Job Listings Up 92%
Why Uber Is Bringing Medicine to Your Door
The FIGS Co-Founders Are Worth Nearly $700 Million After an Impressive IPO
After changing the healthcare apparel industry as we know it, fashionable scrubs maker FIGS went public Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. Co-CEOs Heather Hasson and Trina Spear own a combined $700 million in shares. According to FIGS, proceeds from the IPO will go towards company expansion.
Scalpers Are Flipping Products on eBay And Amazon Again, As New Pandemic Shortages Hit
Harkening back to toilet paper and hand sanitizer shortages early in the pandemic, a similar thing seems to be happening with the laundry stain treatment Shout.
XRP’s Crypto Star Is Rising—But the SEC Is Still Tightening the Screws on Ripple
The SEC is demanding the company Ripple Labs hand over privileged legal materials, a move that could kneecap its defense.
One Year Later, Luckin Coffee Is a Shadow of Its Former Self
Bitcoin’s Rise Is Luring Everyone from Goldman Sachs to Chipotle, but a Crash Might Be Coming
This Map Shows Beyond Meat’s Expanding Global Reach, Thanks To Its New Partnership with McDonald’s
Square Is Paying Nearly $300 Million for TIDAL, But Says It’s Not Even Interested in Streaming
Square announced on Thursday that it was buying music streaming service TIDAL, which is co-owned by Jay-Z. The company is paying $297 million in cash and stock to bring TIDAL under its umbrella, a move Square and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is enthusiastic about.
Gamestop’s Ousted CFO Got A $2.8 Million Severance Package — But That’s Probably Not Why the Stock Just Went Nuts Again
GameStop CFO Jim Bell has been fired by the board in a shakeup, despite the company saying Bell resigned.