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Rachel King

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • Fortune
  • ZDNet
  • CNET

Past articles by Rachel:

How Pop Up Grocer curates its aisles with emerging food and snack brands

The traveling pop-up grocery store launched its Chicago location in May, and immediately broke company records. → Read More

21 of the most anticipated books coming out in the second half of 2021

Fall is usually the busiest season in publishing, and there are a slew of great titles coming your way in the latter half of 2021. → Read More

Reclaiming her power: Emily Ratajkowski

Followed by 27.4 million on Instagram, Emily Ratajkowski has taken back her image in the digital age with an outspoken strategy and an NFT auction at Christie’s. → Read More

The sunscreen brand that went viral on TikTok

'Most sunscreens on the market today have not been developed with non-white people in mind.' → Read More

Diners seated via Yelp surge above pre-pandemic levels

As local economies continue to reopen, restaurants are seeing diner demand surge. → Read More

The best business books of 2021, according to Amazon

The annual list also narrows down what the Amazon Books team deems the top 20 books of the year so far—published between January and June 2021 → Read More

The clean hair care brand rooted in Latinx heritage

Launched last fall, Ceremonia is unveiling a collection of two new products just in time for summer. → Read More

Inside The Well, a spa startup that reimagined its entire business model after the pandemic

The Well reopened without a membership program, meaning all fitness and movement classes, spa services, medical appointments and programming are available for individual bookings. → Read More

Inside the most exclusive but laid-back luxury resort community in the Bahamas

Newly launched this year is a series of wellness programs that could be ideal for travelers looking to detox after pandemic lockdown living. → Read More

5 new books to read in June

Here is a selection of new books being published this month. → Read More

WFH now means working from hotels

Working from remotely doesn't have to mean working from home. → Read More

The startup that made air conditioning units look cool

Windmill's first product is a powerful, eco-friendly, and quiet window air conditioning unit that blends right into your home decor and delivers cleaner, healthier air. → Read More

10 entertaining new books to read this summer

Your summer reading list is here. → Read More

The inclusive brand bringing the perfect nude shoe to everyone

Rebecca Allen set out to create a brand that made Black and Brown women the target customer base, not an afterthought. → Read More

The next wave of cereal is here

Three Wishes is a new kind of cereal: one that touts to be healthier but still tastes like a childhood indulgence. → Read More

Inside the reopening of New York's most famous hotel, The Plaza

With 282 accommodations, The Plaza has inspired books, starred in countless films, welcomed dignitaries from around the world, rolled out the red carpet for Broadway and Hollywood stars, and hosted milestone celebrations since 1907. → Read More

Kind Snacks is going for a cooler edge as it expands into the plant-based ice cream aisle

The $7 billion plant-based food market grew by 25% last year, fueled especially by the sales of dairy-free, vegan ice cream. → Read More

The soda startup shaking up the market

The founder of United Sodas describes her brand as bolder than seltzer flavors, but not syrupy or overly sweet like some mainstream sodas. → Read More

Why you need to try more than just this one type of rosé wine

Although the consumption of rosé wine is continually growing to a year-round occasion, the shift to warmer weather is the perfect excuse to find your next glass. → Read More

The latest rush on cosmetic and plastic surgery treatments before the comeback of face-to-face meetings

'While the pandemic isn't over, thanks to vaccines, normal life is starting to gradually return for many. and some of our surgeons have reported they are seeing higher demand than even pre-pandemic level bookings,' says Alan Matarasso, MD, FACS, past-president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). → Read More