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Another Month of Consumer Confidence Declines

Consumer confidence declined again in December after continual dips in the labor market and numerous businesses and cities reinstating lockdown orders due to rising coronavirus

Peloton Grows its Business

Peloton has made a deal to acquire commercial fitness-equipment provider Precor Inc. for $420 million in cash. The acquisition will help Peloton gain U.S. manufacturing capabilities

Walmart Launches New Return Service

The online battle between retail giants continues to rage as Walmart takes on Amazon with a better return service for unwanted items. Walmart announced that

Coinbase Aims to go Public

As the price of cryptocurrencies soars among renewed interest in them by investors, the most prominent cryptocurrency exchange has signaled interest in going public. Coinbase

Google Faces a New Antitrust Lawsuit

Google is facing another antitrust lawsuit, this time coming from a group of state attorneys general led by Texas that is targeting the company’s advertising

Robinhood Faces Regulatory Scrutiny

Popular amateur trading app Robinhood faces increased scrutiny from regulators as the company faces charges from Massachusetts regulators and pays out fines to the Securities

Reddit Buys Dubsmash

Reddit announced on Dec. 14 that it had purchased the video-sharing app Dubsmash to help the company expand into the ever-growing market of user-created video.

DoorDash’s IPO Success

DoorDash’s new IPO was a smash hit as it surged 86% in its stock-market debut on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The strong market position gives the company a

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