It’s been a rollercoaster year. Here’s a look at the economic impact of COVID-19 worldwide, according to a survey of global business leaders.
Gaming is a booming industry, and more companies are making moves in the field and driving gaming investments.
This graphic compares consumers’ most loved brands before the COVID-19 pandemic to their most loved brands during the pandemic.
In some cases, COVID-19 has sped up societal and economic trends that were already in motion. Here we examine five examples.
E-commerce is already massive, but COVID-19 has proven to be an unexpected catalyst in driving the use of digital marketplaces.
Amazon dominates the U.S. ecommerce market. By the end of 2020, the tech giant is expected to make up 39% of total U.S. ecommerce sales.
Internet advertising has shown steady growth in the last decade. By 2024, it’s projected to capture 60% of total ad spend in the United States.
This graphic visualizes the fluctuations in advertising spend in the U.S., along with its brutal decline of 13% as a result of COVID-19.
Here’s a look at the different parts of Amazon’s revenue model, and how much money each business segment makes.
In 2019, Amazon generated $281 billion in total revenue—but where does all this revenue come from? Here’s a breakdown of how Amazon makes its money.