After years of taking 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.
Upwork, which recently filed for an IPO, is one of the largest platforms for freelance workers. Here's what the freelance landscape looks like on it, and how much those workers are charging.
As H. Lawrence Culp Jr. continues his first month in office, he'll have to address failing subsidiaries, declining employee sentiment, and a dip in revenue flowing in from the U.S. government.
The iPhone XS and XS Max have followed our predictions from early September, but is underperforming considerably against the launch periods of older models as well as the next Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at Best Buy.
Houston, Texas is nationally recognized as a culinary mecca. It's also the place with the most fast food locations from the six biggest brands in America.
As Halloween draws near, here are the most popular candies being bought on Walmart.com right now.
Marriott International may claim the largest hotel chain in the world, but with a killer app and growing website traffic, Airbnb is coming after the entire industry.
Investors sold off luxury stocks earlier this week, including that of jeweler Tiffany & Co. Despite hiring being up, store closures in Asia markets may hint at trouble ahead.
Barnes & Noble's announcement of a strategic turnaround comes at a time where website traffic and employee sentiment is at all-time lows.
NBA 2K19 beat NBA Live 19 on the GameStop sales rank charts and crushed viewership on the popular streaming platform Twitch
Elon Musk's approval rating and Tesla's business outlook reaches an all-time low, but the company is still on track with hiring increases across the board.
Java still persists among banks as the most popular programming language, as job listings data from eight American banks show it has more needed developers that know Java than all other languages combined.
Just Eat conquers the entire United Kingdom, listing more restaurants on its service than both a young competitor in Deliveroo and American invader Uber Eats combined.
With an average discount of 30% on all discounted items in the past year and declining employee sentiment, Under Armour looks to reshape its brand with recent restructuring plans.
Pfizer COO Dr. Albert Bourla will have to fill out current CEO Ian C. Read's shoes in 2019, but he will not be alone; Bourla will also inherit a workforce that's growing and confident in the company's future.
Mattress Firm's stores tend to be clumped close together; nearly half of all of its stores are within a one mile radius of each other.
Bank of America has Charlotte, PNC is based in Pittsburgh... But what other non-traditional business hubs are top banks flocking to?
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.
With similar products and customer bases, Target and Walmart are daily destinations for thousands of Americans. Here's how they compare when it comes to location data.
Sony's answer to Nintendo's NES and SNES Classic, the PlayStation Classic, is the best-selling Gamestop item in September.
Based out of New York, Morgan Stanley's hiring reached a recent plateau, but is still looking to fill about 2,000 open positions.
The most liked Facebook page of all time is... Facebook itself.
IHOP is back with a boozy viral marketing campaign in IHOPs, and it's conveniently timed at the end of a fiscal quarter.
Data on one side shows decreasing users and revenue, but hiring activity and improving app reviews point to a potentially bright future.
Apple continues to build its Siri AI and digital assistant team, now with more focus on Natural Language Processing and deep learning.
Papa John's could close 150-250 stores in "non-core" markets should sales continue to decline. Here's where they could be.
Blackout viewership on Twitch during its beta week shows promising signs that the game could rival Fortnite and outpace PUBG when Black Ops 4 launches in October.
The overall inventory price of medical marijuana and related paraphernalia at Bluepoint Wellness in Connecticut has dropped by a few dollars over the past six months.
Where Tilray, the marijuana producer that's cleared for a U.S. clinical trial, is positioning itself in Canada
Tilray Inc., the first marijuana producer to go public, is trading at levels near $300 after being approved for a clinical trial in the U.S. Here's who it's hiring and where it distributes in Canada.
As Goldman Sachs approaches its 150th birthday, we take a look at where the international financial services firm is hiring.
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.
As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, we look at hotels and grocery stores in the Carolinas that could be affected by the strong Category 2 storm.
Although he may not be looking to be President, DImon's approval rating among his employees shows that he has overwhelming private support as JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO.
As Ryanair pilots and crew in Germany strike, we take a look at how its employees feel about the company compared to those working for other budget airlines.
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.
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.
The new iPhone is coming, but we're in a mid-model revision year. Here's a look at the previous three years' sales-rank data for iPhones at Best Buy to predict how the new ones will do.
After a steady average decline that began in 2013, personal loan interest rates at Lending Club are once again climbing.
Axel Dumas might need to take a bow during Fashion Week - not because of Hermès' latest fall fashion lineup, but due to rave reviews from his employees.
Data shows Caviar's focus on gourmet experiences and high-end clientele and Grubhub's more general sprawl within the United States.
Theranos is finally shutting down. Here's the data trail it leaves behind.
Dollar General and Dollar Tree are growing — especially in middle class neighborhoods — while the American economy is booming.
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?
Our latest update to the Thinknum Media Burrito Index breaks down the prices for regular burritos, as well as what people pay in each state for guacamole and queso.
As the go-private tweet dust settles, hiring at Tesla has re-focused on selling, prepping, and delivering cars to new customers.
People are buying binders, pens, and, yes, VR helmets when it comes to back-to-school shopping at Walmart.
As Pumpkin Spice Latte season kicks off, we look at how "third wave coffee" shops are invading Starbucks' biggest market: Manhattan.
Farfetch delivers $43,000 fur coats via an app. Here's the data behind the company that's about to IPO.
This e-commerce company sells products that average over $1,000 each. Here's what it sells and how it's seen on social media and by its own employees.
While sales have been on an upward trend according to record companies, sales-rank data shows a steady decline, at least at Best Buy
Hiring at the largest bank in America is steady with an average of over 8,500 open positions in the last two months.
As the European Commission's impeding decision on Apple's acquisition of Shazam draws near, we look at the music ID app's ratings with consumers and employees.
While not cause for alarm, a slowdown in hiring at Elon Musk's SpaceX is at the very least interesting for the aerospace industry.
After initial positive ratings, Revlon's new CEO Debra Perelman, daughter of its chairman Ron Perelman, is seeing her ranking sink as the company struggles to reverse its losses.
Thinking of buying a used car? You might not want to do it in March nor August, according to data tracked from CarMax, the largest used-car dealer.
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.
With lagging sales and layoffs, Lego is showing signs of internal strife.
We've tracked Elon Musk's SpaceX since mid-2016. Here's where - and how much - it's been hiring since then.
Titles with the term "deep learning" are on the rise at the Cupertino tech giant.
CEO Evan Spiegel's approval rating dropped from 93% to 25% in less than a year.
On Apple's App Store, the Facebook app scores a ho-hum 3.2 out of 5 stars. On Google's Android Play Store, it gets a healthier 4.02 out of 5.
SpaceX is accelerating hiring for its human-grade Dragon 2 team as it readies for test launches this fall.
After a massive hiring slow down last spring, Tesla appears to back on the workforce-expansion path.
In June, SpaceX listed jobs with "BFR" in their titles for the first time. Here are those positions and what they could mean.
TJ Maxx discount data, when tracked over time, reveals a fascinating pattern as to how the company slashes prices and moves inventory.
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.
They key to getting people in your restaurants doors? Slash prices for a day.
With the abrupt closing of Chef'd, how do the two meal-kit market leaders fare in terms of business health? We look at the data.
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?
After one-too-many PR disasters for Papa John's Pizza, founder John Schnatter has stepped down. Here's the workplace culture at the company over the past year according to Glassdoor.
On June 12, Nintendo announced that popular videogame Fortnite would be coming to its Switch console that very same day. Within 24 hours, viewers for the game on Twitch.tv jumped 300%.
Usage of Tinder, the iconic swipey dating app, appears to be heating up as temperatures do the same.
Sales ranks for Oculus, Vive, PlayStation VR, and Samsung Gear units are all declining at Amazon.com.
Amazon sales-rank data for June is in, and original titles rule all, including Black Panther, Jumanji, and more.
The company is hiring dozens of "Delivery Experience Specialists" who handle "delivery day" for new Teslas and their new owners.
According to Facebook Were Here counts, foot traffic at Costco has surpassed that of Walmart's Sam's Club.
Once the stuff of gyms and fields, brands like Adidas, Lululemon, and Under Armor are now leading sales and trends in the fashion industry.
The Big Apple leads The Emerald City, at least when it comes to hiring activity in the past year.
Hiring activity at the company has dipped precipitously since the beginning of the month.
Audi, Mercedes, and BMW vehicles have all seen their resale values drop since 2015. Here's the data.
For months, Fitbit activity and sales have been on the downslope. We take a look at the small universe of fitness trackers to determine if consumer interest in the product and practice is eroding.
Apps are often the main touchpoint for retail banks. In the case of JPMorgan Chase, a spike in ratings shows that consumers are responding to smaller, focused banking apps.
Turns out people would rather have cheap pancakes instead of burgers from the restaurant chain
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.
People deal with loss in many ways. In the case of Anthony Bourdain, many are doing so by reading his books as they shoot to best-seller positions at Amazon.
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.
For the first time, Subway is looking outside the DeLuca family for a new CEO as sales slip. Here's how employees are reacting to the changes.
A month after promising to hire 400 people per week in May, data shows just the opposite: hiring is down at Tesla, including Fremont
Despite falling out of favor with the Obama administration, private immigration detention facilities are fluorishing under Trump.
With hotspots and mobile gaming, Domino's is beating all expectations - and competitors - in the digital space
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.
After a stalled merger with local competitor Tujia, AirBnB hiring trend data suggests the company is poised to make a serious play for China.
In March, the network saw a massive Facebook lift. Now that it's canceled Roseanne, its Facebook page is surging with activity. Here's what it looks like.
You'd think that the holiday weekend would bring huge crowds to the happiest place on earth. But you'd be wrong.
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.
It appears that Match.com is on a steady decline in favor among singles.
Hiring data shows that Ford is about to take autonomous vehicles very, very seriously
The wireless earbuds that were once the joke of tech are now among the best-selling products
When we uncover the data behind Planet Fitness' footprint strategy, a fascinating story emerges.
Anecdotal evidence pointed to increased adoptions after the movie's release. We have the evidence that you've been waiting for.
Despite a favorable brand image, Renaissance hotels has been on a bizarre Facebook follower slide for two years.
Tesla needs to ramp-up Model 3 production. But hiring data shows that the company just cut 10% of its job openings.
Even in a good economy, consumers continue to flock to discounters like Ross, Marshalls, and TJ Maxx. But analysts are bearish on the discounters. What's next?
Takeda is about to acquire Adderrall drugmaker Shire for $62 billion. Here's what they're getting (aside from the drugs).
Beloved in the 90s, ridiculed in the 00s, and coming back in 2018. Or are they?
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
Now that the S9 has been selling for a couple months, we compared Best Buy sales ranks for the two devices. An iPhone X resurgence may be taking place.
As Musk snubs Wall Street, Tesla employees are taking to Glassdoor to make their disenchantment with the company known.
After years of consistent growth on Facebook, Southwest is seeing its first decline in popularity after two safety incidents.
Even after the option to login to dating-app Bumble via phone numbers, users continue to login via Facebook despite privacy concerns.
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.
The Uber-owned food-delivery service has a near-perfect app rating from millions of users.
Data shows downturns in fitness tracker usage and even cooling sales.
Job openings at Apple with the term "Siri" in their titles have been on the rise. But so have "Alexa" jobs at Amazon.
Used car prices vary wildly over time at CarMax - here's how the top car prices change over time
In the same week that it claimed 125 million subscribers, Netflix lists 500 job openings for the first time
Nothing can stand in the way between singles and their need for love. Not even their personal data.
After years of meteoric growth and social goodwill, the Seattle coffee giant's following is sinking on social media
Microsoft's male employees seem very happy. For the minority of female employees, it's another story.
UPDATED: Described by CNN as "the most devastating... takedown of a sitting president in modern history," the ex FBI director's tell-all comes out tomorrow.
Hiring is slowing down. LinkedIn employee counts are sagging. Employee approval ratings are below 50%. What's next for Buzzfeed and Vox?
It may often be the company that folks love to hate, but there's one group that really, really loves Microsoft: its employees.
If data-based history tells us anything, Nordstrom is about to go deep on discounts. Maybe.
After bringing on Google's AI chief, Apple's Siri hiring continues full force.
After a year of accelerating hiring activity, Facebook cools its jets as it weathers a rough PR storm.
Most toy fads go through boom and bust cycles, but none quite like the Fidget Spinner
A recent drop in tenants as big companies like Sears shutter may be troubling, but subsequent mall transitions could be long-term good news
"Everything must go" is the oldest retail trick in the business, and it's working for Toys R Us.
Apple may be hiring 161 engineers to give Siri some smarts, but Amazon is hiring almost 4 times that for its Alexa voice assistant.
Who's spinning the hamster wheels at Sinclair Broadcasting? Hundreds of unpaid interns.
Siri needs to catch up when it comes to AI smarts, so Apple is hiring 161 engineers to teach her some tricks. But is it enough?
How do NRA supporters respond to the Parkland shooting? They follow the organization on Twitter.
Disney proves there's a market for a blockbuster film with a nearly all-black cast
Being an ugly best-seller isn't easy. But making profits when you discount as much as 50% is near impossible.
It started as a simple Kickstarter campaign and turned into one of the most-successful phone accessory brands.
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.
100 million people watch game streams and they're all watching this surprise hit.
Managing fallout from its recent data scandal, Facebook promised the world that it would crack down on abuse. So who's going to do it?
With a focus on hip-hop, Audiomack shows that there's a future for focused streaming services.
Chipotle Mexican Grill once only targeted high-income areas. That appears to be changing.
Logitech dominates in the home control space, but for how long? We look at the company's history of poor reviews for its flagship products.
Banks need to invest in technology talent if they're going to survive. We take a look at the data - and for the most part, it doesn't look so good.
Americans love debt. But just how much? Some charts to give you something to ponder.
Printers were once well-engineered, expensive affairs. These days, they're $50 subscription machines.
Fresh data on who, what, and where Apple is hiring. Hint: thousands of engineers in Santa Clara Valley.
The massive crowds who descended on the gym following New Year's have all gone back to... whatever unhealthy things they were doing before.
What CarFax did for used automobiles, RumbleOn could do for motorcycles
After a scandal-racked summer and CEO ouster, Uber employees are more positive
The flame that burns brightest burns half as long... especially in a news cycle this fast and furious
After 10 years of bringing music to the people, the Swedish streaming giant is taking itself public
Our data shows Facebook continues to invest - heavily - in its Oculus VR technology
Tracking logins to the service via Facebook reveals a very curious - and obvious - pattern.
The iPhone X brought favorable sales for Apple. Three months after launch, sales rankings are settling at top-retailer Best Buy.
Blockchain is in that awkward transition phase as it grows from a buzzword to a business tool
Are you getting in shape for the New Year? Maybe training for a marathon?
Despite positive growth, customers turn away from the meal-kit service on major holidays.
A massive hiring slowdown began in November 2017. We take a look at the data.
Layoffs, poor sales, missed opportunities all add up for some dismal numbers.
You'd think people would be swiping on February 14, but the data shows otherwise.
The Olympic phenomenon may have just predicted the future of streaming services.
Big jumps in CEO rating and compensation satisfaction point to positive change at the company.
The restaurant chain reported better-than-expected Q4 results as a result of higher prices. Here's how much higher.
Surpassing Cards Against Humanity, Uno, and Connect Four, this game has become the party favor of choice.
Hardware engineering openings at the company exploded from 665 to 1,198 in just 4 months.
The new lower-cost, hipster-friendly iteration of Whole Foods has shoppers buzzing and buying.
Once a huge presence at the Super Bowl and in the sports world, Gatorade is on the digital decline.
In the middle of a media storm about her working-woman image, the average price of her clothing line dropped by almost half, and then more.
As small theaters close, data shows decelerating foot traffic growth at major chains.
Are multiple chain-store closures a sign of the apocalypse, or just one more step in America's retail evolution?
TurboTax and H&R Block lead the Facebook like war... so far.
What was once the stuff of the rich and geeky is now mainstream TV tech.
A sudden uptick in design and engineering openings at its Santa Clara HQ has us curious.
When can you get the deepest discounts? We've got the data right here.
What's the optimum business model? It's pretty sweet owning your own supply chain AND distribution chain...
In the US grocery wars, is there really room for another European company? If they're going to survive, they're going to need better data.
We spin this disk in remembrance of you....
Recent Sam's Club closures are being called a one-time thing, but the data says otherwise.
From fat-shaming his customers to a tortured defense of child labor, Lululemon founder Chip Wilson took the company for a wild ride.
You may be coveting the latest and hottest in smartphone tech... but that's not the way most Walmart customers shop.
Buzzfeed, after a big run to legitimize itself as a major player, has slowed down its hiring - significantly.
Who knew? Watkins Pure Ground Black Pepper: One of the most-Alexa-ordered (and lovingly reviewed) products on Amazon
With better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings, the Mexican chain is making more on burritos. Here's what they cost in different cities.
When you've hit rock bottom, there's no place to go but up. This company appears to be slowly circling the drain, however.
They're cute, they're cuddly, and sales numbers already show that the Porg could be a merchandising win for Disney.
Your day at the gym isn't just a workout - it's a social experience you share with your friends (and total strangers)