Spotify names this summer Bummer Summer as sad music tops Gen Zs searches, with Sad as Gen Zs most-searched term on Spotify globally. Probably the millions that didnt get Taylor Swift tour tickets.
Ford drivers are complaining to federal regulators that some pickups and SUVs, including the F-150, are emitting a loud, crashing sound that resembles a sonic boom from their speakers.
Peloton reported another decline in paying subscribers as people trade treadmills for flip-flops in the warmer months.
Tired of being the will it rain today or not punching bag, IBM is saying adios to predicting rain or shine as it sells off its weather business, including The Weather Channel.
The family-owned sandwich chain Subway has agreed to sell its business to the private equity firm that owns Dunkin Brands, Arbys, and Baskin Robbins.
Nvidia reported strong earnings, lifting its quarterly revenue guidance ahead of expectations and announced a $25 billion buyback plan.
Dicks Sporting Goods shares fell 20% after the retailer cut its outlook over theft concerns and aggressive markdowns to clear out its excessive inventory.
To satisfy UK regulators, Microsoft said it will give up rights to release Activision Blizzard games exclusively on Xbox Cloud Gaming.