Back on August 31, there were 2,976 job openings at Verizon. Today, there are 1,848, a decrease of 37.9%.
On April 10, Mark Zuckerberg testified regarding Facebook's privacy policies. That same day, the company began a hiring spree for privacy experts.
In October, the average Tesla went for $87,000 at CarMax. Today, they average just over $60,000.
In the days leading up to Quora's massive hack, it had the 10th-best Monthly Active Users rank based on Facebook logins.
Apple, Sony, and Rockstar all had a big November at the world's largest tech retailer.
Acquisition rumors abound, but hiring trends suggest that Uber might simply be building its own scooter network.
The public just learned of a massive data breach at Quora, but employees appear to have been ahead of the game, at least on LinkedIn
To take advantage of BK's latest 1 cent Whopper deal, the average consumer will have to drive about 1.34 miles to get it. Here's why:
Lobbying positions in NYC for Bird and Lime started becoming available for both companies as soon as July. Four months later, an e-bike bill package is in city council.
Today, IKEA announced that it will cut 7,500 jobs over the next few years. Leading up to the announcement, employee sentiments plummeted.
As new owners look to buy Teslas and previous owners look to trade in, Tesla's e-commerce picture is getting more complex. Here's how it's hiring ahead of the curve.
LIDL's acquisition of Best Market gives it a presence in a highly populated, high income metro area, which could help it catch up to its competitors.
In Paradise, California, the largest town affected by the Camp Fire 200 businesses are tracked and listed as open.
GPUs for gaming enthusiasts are one thing, but gearing up for a future of AI appears to be Nvidia's big bet.
Headphone dongles continue to sell well for Apple while the hot LOL Surprise dolls shot up the charts.
When it comes to America's largest companies, a growth in full-time employment doesn't appear to be accelerating as much as some would like us to think.
In a sign of success for Take-Two Interactive subsidiary Rockstar Games, five different versions of Red Dead Redemption 2 listed in the top-ten Gamestop best-seller rankings for October.
Signs of job-listing slowdown at Publicis don't bode well for an advertising industry threatened by technology
Our monthly roundup of the biggest social media gainers includes Wish.com, Bareburger, and a science research company with a penny stock.
Build! Build! SpaceX fires up hiring with 24% more open positions, the majority of which are production-line openings for its Hawthorne, CA facility.
An alternative-data snapshot of YETI through its Facebook profile, distributor count, and job listings reveals some insight into the Austin-based cooler manufacturer.
Consumers buy smart thermostats when they're thinking about home comfort the most: in the dead of winter and the apex of summer. Data inside.
A change in Amtrak's operations is causing concern among employees and passengers while the company keeps chugging along with technical position hires.
Between six popular pharmacy chains and department stores, there are over 26,000 places to get a flu shot in the US. Less than 3% of them are 10 miles or more away from each other.
After years of poaching top talent from traditional media giants, some of the largest new media website are not hiring as much as they used to.
Out of all REITs tracked by our database, Simon Property Group, CBL & Associates Properties, and Brookfield Property Retail Group are in the top-three for most Sears locations in their portfolios.
The new iPhone XS was released to the public on September 21. The day before that, Apple job openings jumped from 4,120 to 4,600.
Across Macy's, Target, Kohl's, UPS, FedEx, and Amazon, hiring is picking up as they all prepare for what should be another huge holiday retail season.
As Sears looks to be going bankrupt, we take another look at its retail footprint that it may need to shrink further to pay off debt holders, as well as where it has already closed up shop.
After announcing it would pay at least $15 per hour, Amazon appears to be scrubbing its job listings of underpaid positions.
It's rare that a single videogame charts at Best Buy, let alone in the top-10. Here's September's full list.
Thinknum data shows that at least a third of all U.S. public schools are within one mile of a place where its students could find JUULs.
General Electric's business outlook is at an all-time low... But shares of the company jumped on Monday and hiring is on the rise.
50 million Facebook accounts' login tokens were compromised, but what are people accessing with those tokens? We have the list.
IHOP is back with a boozy viral marketing campaign in IHOPs, and it's conveniently timed at the end of a fiscal quarter.
Kenneth Frazier will remain CEO of pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. past December 2019, and employees are in high spirits about their chief executive as well as the company's future.
Michael Kors just acquired Versace for €1.83 billion. While fashion fans aren't all happy, the acquisition will see the Italian fashion house join a brand with a sizable global presence and growing workforce.
Apple continues to build its Siri AI and digital assistant team, now with more focus on Natural Language Processing and deep learning.
The just-announced $3.5 billion acquisition is big news for digital radio. But how healthy is Pandora as a company? We have the data.
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma recently said that tariffs are in the way of his pledge to create 1 million American jobs. But even before the tariffs, it appears the company wasn't westward bound.
Before Tom Hayes steps down from Tyson at the end of the month, we look at how his employees review him on Glassdoor.
Nike's controversial ad campaign paid off in the form of an increased social media following, even if it came at the cost of a few boycotts.
Measuring foot traffic can be difficult, but it's a lot easier when billions of consumers pop open Facebook when they're moving about.
Taco Bell was recently named the best Mexican restaurant in the country by Harris Poll. Here's a look at where you can nosh down on a Cheesy Gordita Crunch or Nacho Fries.
We take the best of the top-college lists and see what they cost when it comes to rent.
From July 3 to September 10, Lyft saw a job listing increase of 27%, mostly due to its new venture into bike and scooter sharing.
Used Model S prices have dropped $20,000 since the beginning of the summer.
After a steady average decline that began in 2013, personal loan interest rates at Lending Club are once again climbing.
After a brief spot at the top, Tinder was displaced by Pinterest as the most-used app in the month of August.
Theranos is finally shutting down. Here's the data trail it leaves behind.
Based on pre-orders alone, this new release from Sony and Insomniac topped August sales charts followed by NBA 2K19.
Apple's acquisition of AR lens company Akonia Holographics is clear evidence that the company is getting into AR. But what's happening on the hiring front for this new team?
As the go-private tweet dust settles, hiring at Tesla has re-focused on selling, prepping, and delivering cars to new customers.
While sales have been on an upward trend according to record companies, sales-rank data shows a steady decline, at least at Best Buy
When Pepsi officially completes its $3.2 billion deal for SodaStream, it will inherit a workforce that's flat on company outlook as well as ratings for CEO Daniel Birnbaum.
GEO Group and CoreCivic (formerly known as The Corrections Corporation of America) employees are having significant doubts about their employer's future, according to Glassdoor data.
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA are hiring up to launch its generic version of the EpiPen.
External data trends show that despite what some may say, The New York Times is actually on the ups when it comes to external data sources.
Netflix may be winning when it comes to the streaming market in the US, but it's increasingly focused on international expansion.
BODYARMOR has fresh investment capital and a partner in Coca Cola. It also has Kobe Bryant and Gatorade in a state of re-brand. Can it tackle the market?
With an uptick in hiring and a $375 million cash from Alphabet, Oscar Health gets a second wind
Titles with the term "deep learning" are on the rise at the Cupertino tech giant.
As of October 3, Indra Nooyi will end her 12-year tenure as CEO of PepsiCo, Inc. Here's what employees think of her and her departure, according to data tracked via Glassdoor.
Tinder passed Candy Crush and Spotify for the first time when it comes to app user ranks.
Now that it's back in stock, Nintendo's $59 NES Classic Edition jumped to the top of Best Buy's sales ranks in July. Meanwhile, Amazon Fire Stick and Apple AirPods continued to sell well.
As Apple hits a trillion-dollar value, here's what it sells most of, who it's hiring, and what its employees think of the company.
We take a look at Apple, Walmart, Boeing, Harley Davidson hiring over the past few months to understand how - if at all - the companies are responding to potential Chinese tariffs.
Twitter is building a "Media Understanding" group that will use machine learning to cut troublesome content
With a focus on machine learning experts, Twitter is hiring aggressively to create tools designed to moderate discussion on the social network.
Chick-Fil-A recently announced the launch of a meal kit trial in its native state of Georgia. Here's a look at how and where they are hiring to support the new effort.
Professor Panos Mourdoukoutas suggested that Amazon bookstores should replace US library services - but would Amazon even be able to? The task would be tougher than it sounds based on data alone.
Hiring at Snap is down except for in some strategically critical divisions that show where the company is now focused
Elon Musk's SpaceX had 556 openings in May. Today, there are just 285. But don't panic - this isn't necessarily a bad thing.
After almost 2 months of slowdowns, it appears Tesla is aggressively hiring again.
Google Chromecast has struggled to keep up with the Amazon Fire TV until now. Can it keep up the sales momentum or is this just a price-related blip?
Of the top-10 best selling videogames at Amazon in June, 8 were for the Nintendo Switch console.
The average Toys 'R' Us location was 46,000 feet. That leaves behind a lot of unused space for Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
Today, HTC announced it would cut 1,500 jobs from its Taiwan manufacturing unit. This comes after sagging sales and slumping employee morale, as our data shows.
Amazon sales-rank data for June is in, and original titles rule all, including Black Panther, Jumanji, and more.
As Toys R Us closes its last sets of doors, we take a look at what the beloved toy store leaves behind
This $9.99 adapter is a consistent best-seller at Best Buy as consumers continue to struggle with the iPhone's lack of headphone port
After botched game releases and controversy throughout 2017-2017, videogame giant EA has seen dipping social media numbers. We look at that trip downward as well as EA's plans to reinvigorate its brand.
Gatorade's popularity has been waning, as our data shows. Can a new sugar-free version turn things around?
The company has responded to our report, admitting that the numbers are misleading. Be careful out there, crypto investors.
After 73% reduction in hiring, Tesla has announced a 9% cut in its jobforce. Meanwhile, the company is dropping more jobs from its recruitment site nightly. Here's how it looks today.
A proudly touted engagement number on the blockchain startup's homepage appears be machine-generated as well as possibly manipulated around the time of a writeup in Wired.
In May, there were 3,214 open positions at Tesla. Today, there are 2,049. For a company that's supposedly ramping up car deliveries, something doesn't add up.
Facebook will be shuttering its "Trending" news feature, and hiring for any editorial news positions has all but dried up.
Candy Crush Saga continued to dominate while other people were looking for love on Tinder.
With massive social engagement in $1.3 billion in funding, you'd think Wish would be a great place to work at. You'd be wrong.
As people look for options outside of TV and streaming service, watching others play videogames is becoming big business.
The $199, all-in-one VR headset from Facebook's Oculus was a top-seller on Amazon's Video Game charts for the entire month of May.
Despite falling out of favor with the Obama administration, private immigration detention facilities are fluorishing under Trump.
With a new facility in Oregon and uptick in hardware engineering positions for CPU validation, it certainly appears that Apple is making its own CPUs in a future break from Intel.
When comparing smart speaker sales at Best Buy - the only place where you can buy all three major brands - Amazon'd Echo Dot rules the space.
With $424 million in losses and dwindling retail foot traffic, Sears is closing another 72 stores. Here's what its retail footprint looks like, before and after.
After a stalled merger with local competitor Tujia, AirBnB hiring trend data suggests the company is poised to make a serious play for China.
Elon Musk's space company rockets closer to Mars with massive upticks in hiring at its Redmond plant, where it's building BFR, its most-powerful rocket yet.
A recent spike in hardware engineering openings could signal renewed efforts to design and build new products
Internet of Things positions are on the rise at Bosch, and the auto-parts manufacturer has teamed up with IOTA crypto to help create a new IOT protocol.
With a hiring spree for Apple News developers followed by an editorial hiring period, it's clear that Apple is aiming to get into the news game
Tesla aims to hire "400 people per week for several weeks" at its Fremont and battery Gigafactory in Sparks, NV. Here's where they're at with those job openings now.
Toyota's stalwart Camry is hurting - but this time it's the software that's making buyers return what was once America's best-selling car
After over-reliance on robotics, the company is going on a human hiring spree at its Model 3 Fremont plant.
Five years after Frozen was released, we still can't... let it go
Elon Musk deleted his Facebook account, along with those of Tesla, SpaceX, and SolarCity. Here are some of the impressive usage trails they left behind on the social network.
Elizabeth Holmes offered her employees free lunch and investors pie in the sky. The SEC offered her a deal.
He lived - and passed - by and despite the numbers.
Why do you need another movie ticket purchasing site/app? We do the math (it's elementary!)
The question remains why we didn't see a surge in production hiring last fall, instead of a deep December slump.
Reports that the company is shedding 100 engineers may be a sign of contraction, but 159 openings as of today says otherwise.
Compared to Apple's hiring surge, Spotify doesn't look terribly serious about competing in the hardware space.
Sure, "It is an honor merely to be nominated". But there's actually a lot more lucre than honor on the line.
After 10 years of bringing music to the people, the Swedish streaming giant is taking itself public
Sometimes the captain goes down with the ship, and sometimes he's thrown overboard
Gun sales have spiked after mass shootings. But that may be changing under Trump.
A report released to Thinknum Media this morning says these devices aren’t just streaming Netflix: they leave you wide open. A hacker could access them remotely and implement a disturbing array of disruptions
By not revealing the underlying conduct, they've got everyone curious, and what might have been a one-day blip of bad news is turning into a week-long mystery. As they say, it's not the crime, it's the coverup.
Every media outlet has jumped on the WSJ's assertion that Apple Music is growing faster than Spotify. But where's the data?
When it comes to the numbers, who's on top - the New England Patriots, or the Philadelphia Eagles?
There are 9 chain pharmacies in my neighborhood, and 9 chain pharmacies in Wyoming. How does your locality stack up?
Did the now-notorious cheat-shop deploy its bot army to game the system and up its own reputation?
Quid pro quo works. When you’re monitoring a rewards program, listening to customers is an important way to keep them coming back.
President Trump will no doubt boast about job growth in his State of the Union. Much of that growth is in the war industry.
How much data should we be comfortable sharing? US soldiers and contractors discovered this week that they were careless with their data, in a way that should be a caveat for us all.
Through the data trail of his Glassdoor ratings, we look at how the King of Sin City's employees felt about him - even before the allegations of sexual abuse went public.
We told you this was going to be a problem, and asked point-blank: Why would a company gearing up for production of its make-or-break product be laying off experienced staff?
With too much competition and too much debt, there was no space left for fun and games. An update in light of recent news.
With Model 3s arriving in dealer showrooms, an uptick in hiring, and an uptick in stock price, Tesla is booming.
From giant defense contractors to small businesses, the government shutdown is bringing on a bumpy ride. Fasten your seatbelts, folks!
Natural disasters can be corporate excuses to price gouge. Not in the case of Public Storage, however. Here's the data to prove it.
Tesla's top priority should be reaching its production numbers. But if you thought Elon Musk would be revving up to hire more autoworkers, you'd be wrong.
Your day at the gym isn't just a workout - it's a social experience you share with your friends (and total strangers)