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The first full week of January has been a sharp reminder of the ups and downs of 2020. While tech companies are moving to ban Trump from their platforms, Wall Street was bullish over the changes in government and closed at a record high on Wednesday.
2021 is expected to be a year of growth even despite a chaotic first week in Washington. Our list of top 10 companies from 2020 sees eCommerce, fintech, and health services being a focal point of 2021 as well. Read the details.
Aside from specific industries, these pre-IPO companies have been energized by big price shifts from IPOs in 2020. Which tech companies have pending IPOs? See the list.
The accelerating shift towards digital payments and neobanks has helped these companies accelerate their growth in 2020. See our list of fintech companies to watch out for in 2021.
Lastly, with eCommerce taking precedence as the pandemic continues to reduce foot traffic at brick-and-mortar stores, we have our predictions for retail trends in 2021. As a spoiler, one trend merges fintech with eCommerce. See our predictions.
World’s richest person no longer Jeff Bezos
The controversial owner of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, has taken the crown of the world's richest person from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Musk is now worth more than $188BN.
Mercedes adds curved infotainment screen to its electric vehicles
Ahead of a virtual CES tech trade show, Mercedes announces its intuitive infotainment that stretches 56” across the dashboard.
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