Benevolent Apple is cutting App Store fees in half for most developers
The new App Store Small Business Program looks pretty good for Apple's anti-trust investigations.
Chase is taking on Square's infamous credit card dongle with clone, QuickAccept
Ten years after Square launched its credit card dongle that plugs into a smartphone, Chase is introducing a competing product.
Kraken is granted approval to become America's first crypto-bank
The bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange service unveiled Kraken Financial earlier this week.
Apple is threatening a company of five employees over its pear logo
Apple claims a small meal-prep company's emblem looks far too similar to, um, an apple.
Amazon is now being investigated by New York and California AGs alongside the FTC
Amazon has been accused of treating third-party merchants unfairly.
Alphabet's revenue took its first downturn in 22 years because of COVID-19
Search revenue has been battered by coronavirus.
Almost half of Google's $10B for India is going to this billionaire
The company's July 13 announcement of "Google for India" now sounds more like "Google for Mukesh Ambani."
Square is using customers' money to protect itself while they flounder
Square says the measure is meant to protect customers, but instead it's hurting business owners.
Facebook, Google, Amazon are reportedly willing to testify before Congress in antitrust hearing
The Washington Posts calls it a potential "made-for-television moment" and it's hard to disagree with that descriptor.
How to buy books online without Amazon
It's more important than ever to support small bookstores while they're forced to keep their doors closed.
10 stunning fashion pieces you can buy from Black-owned brands right now
Fashion profits off Black culture, so put your money directly to the source.
COVID-19 is creating commercial winners and losers. Here's the data to prove it.
Telehealth and sports goods are enjoying an uptick in business. But times are grim for luxury and travel brands.