Sony’s Plan to Wring More Revenue From Chip Arm: Subscriptions

(Bloomberg) — Sony Corp. is developing subscription-based services for its semiconductor customers, moving beyond just selling chips and creating a new source of revenue within a $10 billion business. The…

Retail Software Maker BigCommerce to Seek U.S. IPO

(Bloomberg) — BigCommerce Inc., which designs and develops software to make online storefronts, is planning a U.S. initial public offering this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.…

Morristown & Morris Township Library Open For Curbside Pick-Up

After months of being denied access to media resources due to the restrictions meant to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Morristown & Morris Township Library is open curbside pick-up…

‘Social Money’ Startup Inks Deal With Rapper Ja Rule, Releases Song With Lil B

Platinum records are coming to cryptocurrency with a new integration between rapper Ja Rule and social currency startup Roll. Announced Tuesday, Billboard Hot 100 artist Ja Rule has inked a…

How to Call Your Elected Officials to Advocate for the Issues You Really Care About

From Cosmopolitan A super effective way to make your voice heard on the issues that matter most to you (be it Black Lives Matter, Black trans lives, DACA, or abortion…

How to Invest in Companies That Are Run by Women of Color

The past few weeks have seen a change in our collective consciousness like never before. We’re standing up, speaking out and more motivated than ever to incite change. Inequality has…

How Hollywood Is Continuing to Pivot Strategy Amid a Pandemic and Protests

Click here to read the full article. In September 2001, Nkechi Okoro Carroll was working at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Her offices were right down the street…

Lyra Pramuk’s Surreal Songs of the Self

When Lyra Pramuk sits down at her computer to make music, it feels like she’s having a cosmic conversation with herself. On her astounding debut album, Fountain, composed entirely of…