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14 apps everyone should have on their phone

People spend most of their time in just a handful of apps. These are the best ones.
Things are looking up for salad shops.

Yelp is using its data to reveal the biggest winner and the biggest loser in today’s economy — here’s what it says about what c...

The Yelp Economic Average indicates that many business sectors throughout the US are getting a boost.
There is a new app that flags restaurants as "safe" for Donald Trump supporters.

A newly launched app claims it can help Trump supporters find ‘safe’ restaurants to dine in

The app, 63red Safe, was created after Trump administration officials were booted from restaurants. It designates restaurants as "safe" or "unsafe."
Yelp Inc. CEO and co-founder Jeremy Stoppelman is seen in the Yelp offices in Chicago, Illinois, March 5, 2015.

Here come Yelp earnings…

Yelp was scheduled to report fourth-quarter and full-year earnings after the bell on Wednesday.

The 20 most romantic restaurants in the US, according to Yelp

Valentine's Day is coming up, but any day is ideal for a romantic meal. Yelp compiled a list of the most romantic restaurants all over the US.
Sometimes you want a quiet bar to hang out.

16 of the best low-key bars around the world

Going out to grab a drink is fun, but sometimes you don't want to fight through loud crowds. We looked into bars where you can have a quiet night out.

Yelp is crashing after missing big on earnings and warning of slower growth ahead

Yelp reported third-quarter results and full-year revenue guidance that fell short of Wall Street expectations.

This free travel app is the only app you need to navigate a new city like a local — here’s how it works

Mitty is designed to help you spend less time downloading new apps and more time exploring the city.

Look how primitive your favorite iPhone apps used to be

Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram look pretty different today than when they first launched.

Google says it will continue to allow other websites to opt out of web crawling after its agreement with the FTC expires

Google agreed five years ago to let sites opt out of content "scraping." It will maintain the agreement after it expires.