Ten years after Uber inaugurated a new era for Silicon Valley, we checked back in on 105 on-demand businesses.
An unkind summary, then, of the past half decade of the consumer internet: Venture capitalists have subsidized the creation of platforms for low-paying work that deliver on-demand servant services to rich people, while subjecting all parties to increased surveillance.
Shares of National Beverage Corp., the maker of popular seltzer water LaCroix, skidded 16 percent after the company blamed a drop in sales and profit on “injustice.”
The only injustice is to shareholders who are left scratching their heads over this press release.
“Present-day Facebook is a shadow of its former self.”
Whoah, retro Facebook.
A growing trend in food shopping eliminates single-use plastic packaging. Here’s how it works—even when you forget to bring your own bag.
I want to see a store like this in Boston/Cambridge/Somerville!