New data finds that Facebook has been mentioned in more online stories in the U.S. in the past year than all of its major tech competitors combined.
Why it matters: Press scrutiny of Facebook has become so intense and negative that the tech giant is reportedly planning to rename itself as soon as next week to signal that it's more than just a social media company.
Amazon is not primarily known as a logistics company, but in 2020 the company shipped more parcels than FedEx.
Why it matters: Logistics is a $1.5 trillion business — and it has long been controlled by a handful of key players, like FedEx, UPS and the U.S. Postal Service. Now Amazon is poised to conquer it.
Former President Trump on Wednesday announced plans to launch a social media network called "Truth Social," and that it would go public via a SPAC.
Why it matters: Most ex-presidents are focused on their legacies, by creating presidential libraries or engaging in philanthropic endeavors. Trump, however, remains consumed by social media.