Morning Report

July 22, 2019

Sidestepping the App Stores, Monitoring Employees, and Is the Retail Apocalypse Overblown?

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. MARKETING Tinder is sidestepping the “app store tax”: “The online dating site launched a...
July 21, 2019

Do People Still Want to Go to Movie Theaters? And This Week’s Other Deep Dives

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. It’s Sunday so we’re offering up some stories we think you may want to...
July 19, 2019

Paying $15 an Hour, Hiring Pot Smokers, and Starting Up in Prison

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. REGULATION On Thursday, the House voted to raise the federal minimum wage to $15...
July 18, 2019

Finding Time to Create a Digital Presence, Making Airplane Wi-Fi Less Terrible, Rebuilding American Manufacturing

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. SPOTLIGHT Do entrepreneurs and business owners need a social media presence? If so, what...
July 17, 2019

Free E-Mail Marketing, Bringing Manufacturing Home, and the Art of Restaurant Management

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. MANUFACTURING Even without the tariffs, manufacturing in China can mean headaches for small businesses:...
July 16, 2019

There Are Too Many Restaurants, Why an Airline Is Telling Customers Not to Fly, and Gary Vaynerchuk Explains His Twitter Strategy

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. SOCIAL MEDIA Gary Vaynerchuk says it’s still worth building a following on Twitter and...
July 15, 2019

Venture Capital Is Choking Innovation, Retailers Take Risks on Amazon Prime Day, and ICE Raids Put the Restaurant Industry on Edge

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. RETAIL Amazon Prime Day has gotten bigger than Amazon: “Now in its fifth year,...
July 14, 2019

Morning Report: In Case You Missed It

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. We highlighted so many interesting items this week in the Morning Report that we...
July 12, 2019

The Dark Side of Startups, a Platform for Medical Tourism, and McDonald’s Franchisees Fear Chick-fil-A

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. STARTUPS The startup world has a dark side: “Under the veneer of fancy parties...
July 11, 2019

An Israeli Startup Reinvents the Car Wheel, California Targets the Gig Economy, and Dean & DeLuca Stops Paying Small Vendors

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. HUMAN RESOURCES California is preparing to declare that Uber and Lyft drivers are employees:...
July 10, 2019

Micro-internships, Robotic Nurses, and Why Atlanta Is the Place for African-Americans

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. SPOTLIGHT   In year 2001, Rich Winley, then 18, moved to Atlanta to start his...
July 9, 2019

Selling Cars by the Bucket, Apparel on Installment, and Rental Properties by the Share

PRICING A car-selling service groups car buyers into groups to get them a discount from dealers: “CarBuckets, a Miami-based startup, is one of the first companies...