Staff Writer. Frequently covers YouTube, celebrity entrepreneurs and viral trends.
Today, the company has added transgender-related care to its health benefits, contributes money to gay rights causes and has featured a lesbian couple on a promotional website.
With online shoppers becoming increasingly nocturnal this holiday season -- and likely to click on a dozen websites before making a purchase -- it's critical to tap into evolving consumer habits.
A trio of Singaporean entrepreneurs just won $30,000 in funding for an app called Apple Tree, which is designed to encourage face-to-face interaction.
A 56-year-old widow from Wales has said that it was easier -- procedurally speaking -- to bury her late husband than to cancel his T-Mobile cell phone contract.
The report by communications giant Ericsson also stated that mobile growth is happening the fastest in India and China, with video comprising the largest segment of data traffic.
The record-shattering success of 'Serial' points to a storytelling medium that is at once seemingly groundbreaking and also oddly old-fashioned.
'Here we go, one scheme/Samsung to the rescue/Put wings to your dreams/ Everyone just listen.'
The Denver-based company, which vends hundreds of video tutorials in various crafting fields, now counts $106 million in venture capital.
A new campaign seeks to overcome long-held stereotypes that asking for leftovers is either stingy or piggish.
In one corner -- swooning penguins. In the other -- a heartrending historical account of soldiers calling a temporary truce.
The intention behind the odd marketing move, an exec claims, is to bring the storied crystal maker back down to earth.
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The comedy site has hired a financial adviser to field unsolicited offers, CEO Dick Glover wrote in a memo to employees.
Tumblr Founder David Karp envisions a more aspirational approach on par with the great television and print campaigns of yore.
In honor of Martha Stewart, who recently proclaimed her 'love' for 3-D printing, here's a list showcasing the technology's endless and magical possibilities.
Sword & Plough founder Emily N??ez Cavness and Pinterest exec Don Faul illustrate how military experience can translate into dynamic careers in the civilian sector.