Morning Report

June 14, 2019

Spotify’s Mood Targeting, Wellness Pop-Ups Invade SoHo, and Why One in Three Entrepreneurs Experience Depression

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. WORK-LIFE BALANCE While the American Psychiatric Association says one in six people experience depression...
June 13, 2019

Yelp’s Competition, Walmart’s Secret Weapon, and Crowdsourcing Employee Ideas

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. MANAGEMENT Rather than developing ideas through a traditional R&D model, some companies are taking...
June 12, 2019

Customer-Acquisition Costs Rise, Amazon Gives Up on Food Delivery, and Millennials Invest in Causes

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. MARKETING Mary Meeker released her annual Internet Trends Report and had this to say...
June 11, 2019

Hiring Older Workers, Buying an Entire Mall for $10, and Cricket-Based Dog Food

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. POLICY A lot of business owners are making the case that the Big Tech...
June 10, 2019

Why the South Is Falling Behind, Why Millennials Are Renting Everything, and How One Owner Fought Back Against Yelp

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. THE ECONOMY The Wall Street Journal reports that the South is falling behind despite...
June 7, 2019

Farmland with Foreign Investors, An LGBTO+ Startup Accelerator, and Walmart Recruiting High School Students

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. STARTUPS Digital health startup Kick is offering customers easier access to a performance-enhancing drug—propranolol:...
June 6, 2019

Mobile Use Rises, Oil Prices Fall, and Square Is Sending People The Wrong Receipts

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. MARKETING This year, for the first time ever, Americans will spend more time using...
June 5, 2019

Doggy Logistics, a Social Network for Employee Complaints, and the CEO’s Case for Medicare for All

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. HUMAN RESOURCES MCS makes picture frames, decorative mirrors and kitschy wall décor that it...
June 4, 2019

Arkansas Sake, IP Watchdogs, and Climate Change Gets Real

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. CLIMATE Companies see climate change hitting their bottom lines in the next five years:...
May 31, 2019

New Tariffs, A Megamansion Bubble, and How to Destroy Employee Productivity

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May 30, 2019

Freedom Gas, Economic Warning Signs, and a Brewing Trademark Dispute

Get the Oxford Morning Report every day. Click here for a free subscription. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY There’s a trademark battle brewing between No-Li Brewhouse of Spokane, WA, which sells...
May 29, 2019

An Esports Ponzi Scheme, A Big Bet on Contractors, and Amazon’s Purge of Smaller Suppliers

E-COMMERCE Amazon may be preparing to eliminate most of the smaller companies it buys from: “In the next few months, bulk orders will dry up for...