Tech companies are taking steps to cut down on dangerous rhetoric and the potential for violence ahead of and during Inauguration Day.
Airbnb is the only major hospitality player that's blocking bookings for properties in Washington D.C. during the Presidential Inauguration.
Scott Galloway, professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and a vocal critic of big tech and its unchecked power, reflected on how the U.S. ended up in this state of chaos in an interview with Yahoo Finance Live on Friday.
Real estate investor and TV personality Grant Cardone predicts that once wealthy buyers finish sifting through the market, middle class Americans will not be able to sustain the housing boom.
2020 was a banner year for U.S. IPOs even amid a global pandemic and financial crisis. Momentum will continue into 2021, with the hotly anticipated debuts of Roblox and Affirm.
The beauty industry went entirely do-it-yourself and comfort-centric during the pandemic, but it's not a sustainable reality for the beauty industry.
The coronavirus is accelerating a significant tech exodus out of California, with Oracle (ORCL) announcing Friday that it has moved its headquarters from Redwood City to Austin, Texas on Friday. The move came just days after Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk announced he’d be moving from Los Angeles to Austin.
Airbnb, which just went public Thursday, is benefiting from a new aspect of life under lockdown — with offices closed, many employees can work remotely from rental properties in far-flung locations.
TikTok has become a cash cow for young creators who find the platform unmatched in terms of creative opportunity and potential virality.
Golden Globe-winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross shares how her hair care line Pattern has been a conduit for learning and change in the year 2020.
Airbnb said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday that it’s setting a price range of $44 to $50 for its initial public offering, which would raise up to $2.85 billion and value the company at roughly $35 billion.
Airbnb's long-awaited IPO is set to happen next month. Here's what we know about the home rental company's financials amid a rocky year colored by the coronavirus pandemic.
Andrew Yang is a relative newcomer to government, and hopes to use his platform to get more Asian-Americans excited about politics.
President Trump has tweeted about the stock market 150 times. He has used it as a false indicator of the health of the U.S. economy and wellbeing of the average American, according to Andrew Yang.
Andrew Yang tells Yahoo Finance he'd be happy to get a position in President-Elect Joe Biden's administration, but has ambitions to run for office again in 2024.
Ad executive and brand guru Gary Vaynerchuk says the pandemic could create a permanent shift away from stuffy, old-school advertising.
Two venture capitalists share their reaction to the DOJ's antitrust case against Google.
Jaime Dávila, producer, co-founder and president of Los Angeles-based production company Campanario Entertainment, has been fighting for more Latinx representation behind and in front of the camera since he founded the company seven years ago
The stigma of online dating had been eroding prior to the coronavirus pandemic, and COVID-19 has further shattered so-called dating conventions. Social distancing has normalized jumping on FaceTime as a first date, according to the founder and CEO of dating app Hinge (MTCH) Justin McLeod.
The U.S. added 661,000 jobs in the month of September, compared to the 859,000 expected. Though the unemployment rate did tick down to 7.9%, it’s still the worst economic backdrop ahead of an election with an incumbent president running for re-election.
Applications to form businesses in the U.S. surged unexpectedly in the third quarter, signaling the labor market may recover more quickly from the coronavirus financial crisis than during previous recessions.