Rachel King, Fortune

Rachel King

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Recent:
  • Fortune
Past:
  • ZDNet
  • CNET

Recent articles by Rachel:

The natural hair care line launched from a garage that drew a cult following with thousands of rave reviews in less than a year

Sisters and cofounders Tonya Thompson and Sharie Wilson say they always wanted to help women, especially fellow Black women, with their hair confidence. So they founded DreamGirls to do just that by breaking down stigmas surrounding natural hair. → Read More

Spring gift guide: Comfortable work-from-home clothes you can still wear when back in the office

Designers and retailers have recognized that working from home could drive a long-term shift in workwear. → Read More

Gift guide: How to upgrade your spring cleaning

Spring cleaning can go beyond just busting out the all-purpose cleanser bottles. → Read More

COVID and the travel industry: Booking.com CEO sees a summer rebound, but 'a long road ahead'

According to the travel reservations site, 71% of Americans say that the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines makes them more optimistic about traveling in 2021. → Read More

How Caraway built the most in-demand cookware brand of the pandemic

Caraway has become a household name for at-home chefs, interior decor-lovers, celebrities, and the Instagram set. → Read More

Ultra-luxury resorts in Mexico prepare for a rush on travelers this spring and summer

Many luxury hotels, resorts, and residences are already reserved at full occupancy for the next several weeks as a travel rebound looms on the horizon. → Read More

Hotels.com is rewarding Americans for staying home last year with $2,741—the average tax refund in 2020

While Americans are gearing up to fill out the endless amount of dreaded tax filing forms, many are also dreaming about how they will use their refunds. → Read More

10 new books to read in April

A selection of new nonfiction and fiction works being published in April 2021. → Read More

The new online grocer championing the diversity of Asian American cuisines and cultures

The platform prioritizes Asian American-led businesses, immigrant-led businesses, and the mom-and-pop suppliers and producers behind popular heritage brands. → Read More

The startup striving to make vaginal wellness as easy and normal as talking about skin care or hair care

Happy V says it is helping women who don't have access to health insurance receive effective treatment options at an affordable price. → Read More

The virtual pizza party startup that staged a major revival during the pandemic shutdowns

PizzaTime, a pizza catering service tailored for virtual parties and meetings, originally launched and shuttered in 2019. → Read More

Returning to the office? Picture yourself in a 'work tent'

The "work tent" is part of a new line of Steelcase products designed to draw people back to the office by taking cues taken from work-from-home environment. → Read More

Inside the Kayak Miami Beach, the travel search engine’s first hotel

With its latest venture, Kayak could provide the bulk of an entire trip, from search to stay to send-off. → Read More

COVID travel: Travelers are increasingly embracing the 'book now, figure it out later' mentality

Consumers are missing travel so much they are willing to give up daily essentials like social media and are saving points to pay for future trips. → Read More

FLO Vitamins: The PMS gummy vitamin maker that wants to change the taboo-nature of discussing periods

The cofounder is a former Disney imagineer who left to pursue building her own brand that would help women who were suffering from PMS. → Read More

11 new books to read in March

A new guide to responding to burnout; the next celebrity memoir expected to hit the bestseller lists; and a story about one of the most brutal corporate restructurings in Wall Street history, contested from the Vegas Strip to Manhattan boardrooms. → Read More

Danish cookbook author and entrepreneur Caroline Fleming on enjoying 'hygge' while working from home

At a time where Americans are staying home, the Danish practice of hygge is perhaps needed now more than ever. → Read More

Reimagining the future of the workplace requires bringing more stakeholders to the table

What is the human toll of the monumental disruptions of this past year? → Read More

How to nix loneliness and boost productivity while working from home

Veteran journalist Rebecca Seal provides a new guide to managing a productive career from the confines of the home office—without losing your mind. → Read More

American Express is awarding $1 million in grants to 'historic' small restaurants

The program will support small restaurants across the country that have been hit hard financially by the pandemic. → Read More