When the novel coronavirus pandemic sidelined pop star Ricky Martin from touring, he turned his energy to a new venture — an immersive audio company called Martin Music Lab.
Impossible Foods is heading north to Canada. The California-based maker of the plant-based Impossible Burger announced its products will be available at a dozen Canadian restaurants.
While air travel remains very low in the absence of widespread testing or a vaccine, CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg thinks that Americans will eventually fall back in love with road trips.
As countries remain in lockdown, the continued disruption is threatening to cut off supply chains and increase food insecurity. It’s a particularly harrowing issue for those with infants and toddlers as formula and other baby food items are in high demand. It’s a problem Happy Family Organics, one of the top organic baby food brands in the U.S., wants to help to solve.
The use of video conferencing services like Zoom and Skype has seen a boom as of late as more look for easier ways to work and communicate remotely. Linguistics tech company Jeenie is looking to offer that same solution for those needing interpretation services.
The retail apocalypse has hollowed out malls across the U.S. And the downward trend has spurred a phenomenon, dubbed “ghost kitchens."
Rockets of Awesome CEO Rachel Blumenthal on how her direct to consumer brand was able to clear the noise and reach the masses.
America’s economic expansion is now the longest on record, the only problem, a many amount of Americans are being left behind, leading to a boom in homelessness across the nation.
In a vote along party lines, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Friday.
Billy Bean, a former Major League Baseball player now the league’s vice president of social responsibility and inclusion, talks about how the MLB has set an example.
LGBTQ Loyalty Holdings recently launched an index comprised of 100 LGBTQ equality-driven companies. The index includes Cisco Systems, Coca-Cola, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Netflix.
In the battle for digital advertising revenue, the Google and Facebook duopoly could challenged by Amazon, according to Mediaocean CEO Brian Wise.
Apple announced it will make its new Mac Pro computers at its Austin, Texas facility, thanks to some tariff exemptions.
World Cup and gold medal champion skier, Lindsay Vonn, is off the competitive race circuit and onto the ruthless world of entrepreneurship.
Facebook's unveils results of its conservative bias audit. The roughly year-long conservative bias audit was conducted by former Sen. Jon Kyl and his team at the law firm Covington and Burling. It included interviews with approximately 133 conservative lawmakers and groups.
Officials in the Indian state of Maharastra announced last month that they will be taking bids for what could be the first hyperloop project. Sir Richard Branson-backed Virgin Hyperloop One could win the contract, and has been named the Original Project Proponent by the state.
It’s no secret that the NCAA has been under fire for the way that it governs players. Its latest move to set new rules for basketball agents looking to represent college athletes has dredged up all of those bad feelings and pushed them back into the spotlight.
Goldman Sachs is taking a bite out of Chipotle, initiating coverage of the restaurant chain with a Street high price target of $1,000 and a conviction buy rating.
The American financier who served as an inspiration for Gordon Gekko in the film Wall Street is re-entering the world of corporate activism.