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Traditional business news can be painfully dry and complex. The Daily Upside newsletter covers the most important stories in business in a style that’s engaging, insightful, and fun.

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Recent articles

Another Streaming Player Enters The Fray

Here's What It Means For The Big Guys


Wyndham Destinations Acquires Travel + Leisure for $100 million

Here's what it means for the travel industry


IAC Creates Value By Spinning Vimeo

Here's what it means for shareholders


Google Crashes And The World Waits

But students had a good day


ExxonMobil Has A New Activist Investor: The Church

Here's what it means for the oil giant

QuantumScape Earned One Investor $200 million "By Accident"

But trouble may be ahead in SPAC-land


Kodak Is Off The Hook, For Now

Here's what is means for investors


The Open Access Wars Are Heating Up

Here's how it's impacting investors


Zombie Companies Have Raised Nearly $1 Trillion During The Pandemic

Here's why it matters


Discovery Wades Into The Streaming Waters

Is there room for another player?

Copper Prices Are On Fire

Here's Where Goldman Says The Precious Metal Is Headed


Facebook Acquires Kustomer

Regulators are sure to be displeased


Dick's CEO Is Stepping Down After Nearly 40 Years

Here's what it means for the stock


General Motors Gets Dinged

Shareholders didn't seem to mind


Hershey Causes A Chocolate Futures Melt Up

Here's what it means for chocolate lovers

Cash Is No Longer King At The Super Bowl

Reducing the spread of coronavirus is only a perk


General Motors Goes Full Throttle Into Insurance

And they're bringing OnStar along for the ride


Bryson DeChambeau Has An Unusual For The Masters

Here's what it means for the world of sports business


Nielsen Is About To Make Your TV A Lot Smarter

And television ads are about to get more targeted


Friendly's Files For Bankruptcy And Will Be Sold For $2 Million

It's the latest in a string of decidedly unfriendly developments