Over the holidays, Walmart enjoyed a 43% rise in e-commerce sales, year-over-year. “The retailer topped analyst expectations, with $138.8 billion in revenue for the quarter, just ahead of the forecasted $138.76 billion,” TechCrunch reports. “Walmart attributed the strong e-commerce growth to the expansion of its grocery pickup and delivery businesses, and a broader assortment on Walmart.com.”
The New York Times suggests that YouTube might have to “punish” some its most popular publishers in order to slow the spread of misinformation. Of course, the video giant has already had to pull the plug on some of its biggest stars for various infractions. Logan Paul infamously spoiled its relationship with YouTube after publishing footage of an individual who had competed suicide.