Marketplaces are critical to e-commerce, and the company could do more to compete with Amazon and Walmart.
It has to have rapid expansion to distract from a big cash bonfire and looming IOUs.
Apple Traps Consumers in an App Store War
Netflix’s Simplicity Is Its Secret Weapon
PCs Have a Lesson for the Smartphone Industry
WeWork and SoftBank Live in Their Own World
Big companies including Epic Games and Netflix are rising up against Apple’s commissions.
China Doesn’t Top the List of Apple’s Problems
In justifying Apple’s financial lull, Cook didn’t offer investors any solutions than the tactics the company is already trying.
The optimistic narrative about Apple Inc.’s iPhone business is falling apart in front of our eyes.
The People of the Year in Technology: The Cassandras
It was another momentous year for the technology industry — not necessarily in a good way.
Amazon Flexes Its Well-Defined Muscle on Its Own Labels
Nine months after a scandal erupted over Facebook Inc.’s open borders of user information, those borders are in the news again.
Apple Skips the Amazon HQ2 Craziness
Apple Can’t Win Over Media With Its Old Approach
Google and Congress Botch an Opportunity
Facebook Has Better Uses for Its Cash Than Stock Buybacks
The IPO Race for Uber and Lyft Isn’t Against Each Other
Internal emails show Facebook’s CEO is much different from the image he would like to portray.
Clutch your pearls. Are you ready for this bombshell? Apple Inc. actually has to try to sell its phones.