Articles by Joshua Fruhlinger

Joshua Fruhlinger

Reporter

Joshua has been writing about technology, lifestyle, and business for over 20 years. He's one of the original writers and editors for Engadget, and still writes about tech and lifestyle for the Wall Street Journal. You can find him on twitter at @fruhlinger

Peloton treads water in a pre-IPO spin cycle

By Joshua Fruhlinger, June 5, 2019
As Wall Street awaits a Peloton IPO, the company appears to be in a bit of a quiet pivot before it offers itself up to the public.
As Wall Street awaits a Peloton IPO, the company appears to be in a bit of a quiet pivot before it offers itself up to the public.

CoreCivic private prisons are on a hiring spree fueled by Trump-Mexico dispute

By Joshua Fruhlinger, June 5, 2019
At one point in time, private prisons and detention centers were to be a thing of the past. But immigration controversy at the southern border has kept the industry alive and, in the case of CoreCivic, thriving.
At one point in time, private prisons and detention centers were to be a thing of the past. But immigration controversy at the southern border has kept the industry alive and, in the case of CoreCivic, thriving.

The top-10 things Walmart shoppers bought most of for their patios and gardens in May

By Joshua Fruhlinger, June 3, 2019
It's getting hot out there, and that means consumers are rushing to Walmart to outfit their lawns and patios. Here's what sold the most in May when it comes to patio & garden supplies at the world's largest retailer.
It's getting hot out there, and that means consumers are rushing to Walmart to outfit their lawns and patios. Here's what sold the most in May when it comes to patio & garden supplies at the world's largest retailer.

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