Lululemon is committing to provide its 20,000 employees mental health benefits. EVP Celeste Burgoyne made the announcement at the 2020 MAKERS Conference on Wednesday.
Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang’s wife, Evelyn, took a break from Iowa on Saturday to speak at an intimate event in Los Angeles, where she spoke about how society overlooks the value of caregivers like herself.
One Medical, a membership-based primary care provider, soared during its public debut, opening at $18 per share after pricing shares at $14 on Thursday evening.
In an exclusive interview with Yahoo Finance on Wednesday, Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar confirmed her attendance at a meeting with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Nextdoor, a ZIP code-curated and vetted social network, does not allow discussions about U.S. politics — even during an election year. Here's why.
In addition to the threat of hacking and interference from foreign actors ahead of the November elections, tech giants like Facebook micro-target users, serving up hyper-specific ads that mirror an individual’s beliefs, interests and opinions.
“Joker” is leading the pack among 2020 Oscar nominees. Fresh off two Golden Globes wins, the controversial film is up for 11 Academy Awards. It’s also the first R-rated film to surpass $1 billion at the global box office.
Though critics say Facebook is taking a dangerously hands-off approach on regulating the content on its platform, CEO Mark Zuckerberg and co. have at least one vocal advocate: Barbara Corcoran.
One of the most memorable moments of the Golden Globes happened before the first award was even presented. Fifth-time host Ricky Gervais gave a scathing critique of tech giants that have also become players in Hollywood.
How much original content is Netflix cranking out? Variety crunched the data and found that the media titan created 371 new TV shows and movies in 2019 alone, representing a 54.6% year-over-year increase from the 240 released last year.
Amazon may own Whole Foods, but it's looking to diversify its approach to grocery with a forthcoming supermarket in an affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Netflix, once the disruptor on the streaming scene, has become the ultimate incumbent. Now competitors like Apple and Disney are challenging its binge-watching model.
While Rachel Zoe has been able to successfully leverage her name into a handful of businesses, she isn’t so optimistic about the fashion industry at large.
There are over a dozen wildfires cropping up throughout California. Here's how it's affecting the entire food ecosystem of the region.
Denmark's tech ambassador Casper Klynge gives us a glimpse into how tech giants like Facebook are influencing society.
Home Rider Invasion sounds like an intense alarm feature or a new video game. But it’s actually what a passionate group of Peloton-ers call their self-organized annual gatherings.
It’s been two years since the actor Anthony Rapp publicly accused Kevin Spacey of making unwanted sexual advances when he was 14 years old. Subsequently, a number of other men also publicly accused Spacey of sexual harassment or assault.
As Mark Zuckerberg readies to testify before the House Financial Services Committee in D.C. on Wednesday, Facebook’s chief operating officer took the stage in Los Angeles to defend the social network’s policy of not fact-checking political ads.
Entrepreneur brothers Courtney and Carter Reum's three-year-old venture firm announces a new fund, backed by Sir Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington and Hong Kong billionaire Silas Chou.