And that's not changing for the next few years still.
Instagram users will soon see IGTV previews in their feeds in new effort to grow ad revenue, viewership.
Services are more profitable than expected, and the margin is expanding.
Walmart is ditching Google to focus on its own e-commerce operations.
Marketers doubled their spending on Stories ads in short order.
And they may only get bigger next year.
It builds on the success of two of its best new products of the past few years.
Verizon is offering Apple Music to its top-tier customers.
The tech giant says it has 30 million active Fire TV users.
The social networking giant is losing digital ad market share, but Instagram might save the day.
The tech titan is expanding services to third-party platforms.
Amazon Go stores sell more than the typical convenience store with lower long-term costs.
2019 might be the year Amazon starts building new Whole Foods locations.
Online retailers brought in nearly half a trillion dollars in the U.S. over the past year with about 9% of total sales, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
A banking license could open new doors for Square's services business, but it could encourage more competition, too.
If history is any guide, that might be a big mistake.
Netflix is offering something nobody else in the industry can provide.
Snap is struggling to grow its advertiser base, which is key to its self-serve platform.
Amazon is reducing its seasonal hires this year by 20,000 people.
And USPS had better take note of what that means for the long term.