The COVID-19 pandemic is driving up demand for pets. “The truth is COVID accelerated, what's been a 20-year surge in demand for pets, particularly dogs,” Mark Cushing, CEO of the Animal Policy Group and author of “Pet Nation: The Love Affair That Changed America,” told Yahoo Finance’s “On the Move.
Beauty comes in all shapes, sizes and colors. And when cultural entrepreneur Chana Ewing saw that there was a void for consumers looking for beauty products from business owners of color, she created GEENIE, an online marketplace where consumers can shop Black, indigenous, LGBTQ+ and women-owned beauty brands.
Widespread protests in response to the police killing of George Floyd have also put a spotlight on a lack of racial and ethnic diversity in the boardroom, a venture capitalist told Yahoo Finance this week, who described the issue as “systemic.”
Cindy Stumpo, who has been in homebuilding for more than three decades, says her firm has been busy even during this time of economic uncertainty.
As entrepreneurs across the globe look to navigate uncertain times, Huda Kattan, CEO of Huda Beauty, shares how she leading her company through this challenging time.
Women-owned ventures now make up 42% of all businesses in the U.S., generating $1.9 trillion in annual revenue, according to the most recent annual State of Women-Owned Businesses report.
The athletic apparel company reported better-than-expected earnings on Monday, but its stock plunged in the wake of news about a federal accounting probe.
The Subscription Economy Brightback is an automated software that keeps customers from leaving subscription services.
The relationship between President Trump and Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell has been a contentious one the past few months.
The Dashboard Act would require companies with over 100 million users to disclose the value of their data and would allow users to request the deletion of the data that companies collect on them. Chris Miglino, CEO of SRAX explains that his company is doing what The Dashboard Act plans to do right now.
"That’s a regulatory nightmare,” Ives said. “That’s one that sounds good on paper, but...regulators are salivating when they hear that.”
As Uber prepares to join the long list of 2019's IPOs, the ride-hailing company has Lyft to watch as an example of what not to do.