A Fast Company writer, while searching for a new mattress, stumbles into the mysterious and lucrative world of mattress review websites. One review site began raking in millions of dollars from referral links to mattress companies, sparking a nasty legal battle over the legitimacy of its mattress reviews.
GIFs have long served as signals of cultural fluency. Now they’re poised to become a big business.
A brash, charismatic CEO. Big funding rounds. The inevitable beer-pong-on-the-office-roof-deck. How could the “Facebook of money” fail?
Inside the cult of WeWork.
A primer on the psychological effects of space travel.
A look at the growth of the Shake Shack burger chain, which is meeting the demand from consumers who want fast food with humanely raised beef and a staff well-trained in hospitality.
Will the boxed-meal phenomenon—led by startups like Blue Apron, HelloFresh, and Plated—change the way we eat?
Inside HBO’s quest to win the streaming wars.
Zulily has defied the conventional wisdom—marketing to moms, sticking with flash sales, evading Amazon. But can it last?
Insider-y account of what went wrong with the Fire phone: Bezos himself served as head of product for the device, which meant teams would be hesitant to question his ideas. The stumble means more questions about whether Amazon is on the right track.