Declining likes on Facebook and plateauing Twitter followers for two of Apple's most-important sub-brands.
As we head into 2019, here are the companies and people who had the best - and worst - 2018.
Our hump day edition delivers figures about newspaper readership, holiday good will, and America's overworked college students.
Dolce & Gabbana continues to lose traction on Weibo and Twitter two weeks after major controversy in China.
Our new daily series covers a few significant digits from around the web, including stats about Fortnite and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
As HQ Trivia enters its second year of programming, internal and external issues with the app and its publisher, Intermedia Labs, show that it could be running out of time to answer the question of its relevancy.
Our monthly roundup of the biggest social media gainers includes Wish.com, Bareburger, and a science research company with a penny stock.
Taking away the "Like" button would hurt how branded accounts, especially those run by chain-restaurant companies, to interact with potential customers.
Data on one side shows decreasing users and revenue, but hiring activity and improving app reviews point to a potentially bright future.
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.