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Inside the Electric Scooter Craze
June 7, 2018
Updated 5mo ago
The City of San Francisco is cracking down on the electric scooter invasion. Cheddar's Hope King took to the streets to find out what this whole craze is really about.
Oscar Nominations: Netflix Graduates from Red Envelopes to Academy Award Envelopes
Nov 16, 2017
Flywheel Moves Out Of The Studio Into Your Home
Flywheel is one of the largest spin studios in the country. The company has 42 locations across the country. If you don't live by one of them, have no fear. Flywheel has launched its own line of stationary bikes. They can connect you to spin classes at anytime, no matter where you live. The bikes start at $1,699 and connect to a number of tablets and streaming devices, which then connect you to bikers around the world. If you don't own your own device, you can buy a bike with a tablet for $2,099. Sarah Robb O'Hagan, CEO of Flywheel, explains why the company is getting into the at-home fitness space. She says by targeting consumers at home, it opens up a market of 40 million potential customers.
Sep 5, 2017
What Going Public Means for the Makers of Angry Birds
Rovio, the makers of the popular mobile game "Angry Birds," has filed to go public in Finland. One of the biggest challenges facing the company is to create the next big gaming hit. Dan Primack, Business Editor at Axios, says his sense is Rovio will use its IPO to buy other titles rather than doing R&D. Rovio has been trying to come up with next Angry Birds for the last decade, without success, and that could be key to its long-term growth strategy.
Dec 13, 2018
Lime Scooters and Bikes Will Now Show Up on Google Maps
Lime and Google Maps are teaming up to list scooters and bikes as options for getting around. Sasha Lekach, transportation reporter at Mashable, explains what this means for both companies.