Fandom Nabs TV Guide and Metacritic in Media Merger
Your grandma’s cherished TV Guide has a new owner.
Retailers Struggle to Move Inventory, Slowing Shipping Industry
Nike has too many shoes, not good news for the global shipping industry.
Minneapolis Businessman Latest American to Vy for English Soccer Ownership
Another US businessman wants a piece of English soccer.
Hertz and BP Partner to Install Thousands of EV Chargers; Gov’t Funds Its Own Network
Two major electric vehicle charging projects, one private and one public, will put thousands of new stations on the map in America.
175 Offshore Gambling Operations in the Philippines are About to Be Shut Down
The online gambling industry will lose 175 firms via a crackdown in The Philippines.
UK’s Sudden Tax Slashing Plans Put Currency, Treasury Bonds on the Line
The UK government is trying 80-style “trickle down” economics, and even some of its own members are skeptical.
Japan’s Government Intervened to Prop Up the Yen
Japan is taking action to prop up its waning currency.
Meta is Not Laying People Off, It’s Just Reducing Staff
Meta is quietly letting go of employees without laying them off per se.
After the 2022 Downturn, The World Will End Up With *More* Millionaires
Economic downturn and all, there will be more millionaires in the near future.
Instacart to Use IPO to Pad Employees’ Pockets, Swiftly Fetches $1 Billion Valuation
An IPO and a fundraising round in grocery tech say a lot about the VC and IPO landscapes.