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This chart shows how far Samsung has to go with its new Galaxy Watch to challenge Apple for smartwatch dominance

Samsung debuted the new Galaxy Watch at its Unpacked event this week, but it has a lot of work to do if it wants to challenge Apple in the smartwatch arena.

The number of daily Slack users is growing like crazy, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing

Work chat app Slack has been growing its user base like crazy since it was introduced in 2013, and it doesn't show signs of slowing down.

Instagram added more new users last year than Snapchat has in total

Snapchat's user growth has fallen way behind that of the Facebook app empire, which includes Instagram, WhatsApp, and the Facebook app itself.

Sonos will attempt to avoid the same fate suffered by fellow hardware companies FitBit and GoPro, whose share prices have dropped 80% since they went ...

Sonos' fellow consumer hardware companies also had promising IPO results, and yet their company shares have since dropped 80% due to declining sales.

Why Warren Buffett’s record-breaking cash stockpile should have investors very worried

Berkshire Hathaway is sitting on a record mountain of cash and doesn't seem to be in a hurry to spend it. This carries a very serious implication for the market, which Warren Buffett decried in his last annual letter as lacking bargains.

Airbnb turns 10 this month — here are the 12 most popular cities where the home-rental service is used

The service has allowed people to rent out their homes in cities that are in high demand, giving tourists a more native experience when traveling. Cities like London and Pairs top the list as most popular Airbnb destinations by active listings.

Blue Apron’s steady decline in business, as well as its latest quarterly report, hint at a troubling trend in the meal-kit industry

Since 2016, the meal-kit service has seen a decline in revenue, customers and orders. The company's poor quarterly results also follows fellow service Chef'd's sudden shutdown, indicating customers may be growing weary of the meal-kit concept.

Toys R Us’ bankruptcy delivered a big blow to the jobs report

The jobs report released on Friday showed that no group of companies saw bigger losses than retailers of sporting goods, toys, books, and music. Toys R Us filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last September, and announced in January that it was closing all its stores.

This chart shows Apple’s steady climb toward becoming the first trillion-dollar company in the US

The company hit the milestone Thursday morning following its reported strongest third quarter ever and a spike in share price to $207.05.

Apple’s iPhone sales this year are poised to be the biggest in company history

The company's iPhone revenue is slated to hit a whopping $129.5 billion by the end of the third quarter, surpassing the previous nine-month record of $122.8 billion in 2015.