In a challenging year for most, many large tech companies have prospered and grown. We visualize the year’s biggest tech mergers and acquisitions.
These 20 charts, maps, and visualizations help capture what happened in a tumultuous year around the globe.
By embracing uncertainty and making timely pivots, we visualize the bizarre origin stories of the most successful tech companies today.
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.
Nearly half the world has tapped into the social media universe. Monthly Active Users (MAUs) quantifies the success of these giant platforms.
This graphic charts the American dairy industry's shift in milk production from small commercial farms to fewer, larger farms.
After a strong start to 2020, U.S. tech giants continue to advance to unprecedented highs. The Big Five now account for 25% of the S&P 500.
Tech giants and e-commerce brands are thriving—and running circles around less pandemic-proof brands.
The big five tech companies generate almost $900 billion in revenues combined, more than the GDP of four of the G20 nations. Here's how they earn...
Breaking down the $1.25 billion in funding announced by Big Tech companies to fight the pandemic.