TORONTO — Instagram is launching a test in Canada this week that will make the “like” counts on posts private for some users. A spokesman for Facebook, which owns Instagram, says a select group of Canadian users will have the number of likes and video views removed from their Instagram feeds, permalink pages and profiles. The spokesman
The market fell on Wednesday despite Apple’s outstanding earnings. May 1, 2019 3 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Almost nothing good ever comes from Fed-speak. True to form, the major stock indexes dropped sharply late in the day after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell held
Several bank employees are speaking out, angered by recent revelations that a report on banking sales tactics was weakened after the regulator shared a draft copy with the banks and federal government. They contacted Go Public to reveal why they think upselling wasn’t widely detected during a lengthy review of misleading sales
Plus, the tech-heavy Nasdaq falls from its record high. April 30, 2019 3 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The stock market recovered from a sharp drop this morning, but the Nasdaq Composite index fell 0.66 percent from a record high yesterday thanks to Alphabet Inc.
MENLO PARK, CALIF.—Mark Zuckerberg declared in March that he planned to shift Facebook away from being a public town square toward private communications. Now the chief executive is rolling out the first in a series of changes to achieve that. On Tuesday at its annual developer conference, Facebook unveiled a
More and more Democratic presidential hopefuls are adopting a single-payer health care stance, which could be devastating for any player in the health insurance business, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday. Following the lead of Bernie Sanders, the independent Vermont senator who is one of the biggest mouthpieces advocating for “Medicare
The CEO joins our podcast to talk about how the mega-brand came to be and his tips for budding entrepreneurs. April 29, 2019 15+ min read Opinions expressed by Green Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As co-founder and CEO of marijuana giant MedMen, Adam Bierman’s watched the company grow from
For Martin Basiri, CEO and co-founder of the Waterloo-based tech company ApplyBoard, his company’s recent growth is a good-news-bad-news situation. Last year, the company grew from just 35 people to around 140, with the total number of employees now hovering around 170. But they’re not done hiring: Basiri says they still have