Job Market Data

Peak coal now, peak oil next?

December 11, 2019 Nic Gustafson

November’s job listings data was particularly negative as all states and sectors saw declines, but none more severe than the Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction sector. Employment in the sector has steadily been on the decline, despite President Trump promising to …

Streaming battleground: Disney+ vs. Netflix

November 20, 2019 Nic Gustafson

The streaming war has been hot, but it just got hotter as Disney launched its own streaming service last week (though not without a few hiccups). there has been much speculation as to how this will impact Netflix‘s already slowing subscription …

When comparing the success of healthcare companies, a very important distinction is whether the company is publicly or privately held. We tend to hear that private healthcare companies are able to move faster and innovate earlier but are more volatile, …

WeWork, More Like We Blew It

September 26, 2019 Isaac Flath

It’s been a wild ride for WeWork, the co-working space that aims to “be the ecosystem for your entire life.” After raising $14.2 billion in nine rounds of funding, starting 2019 with a valuation of $47 billion and filing for IPO …

Nothing lasts Forever (21)

September 5, 2019 Isaac Flath

Forever 21 is forever facing trouble these days. From rumors of bankruptcy on the horizon, to Ariana Grande suing the popular tween retailer for “allegedly using her name, image, likeness and music” in an ad campaign this year, it can’t …