As Twitter debuts on the New York Stock Exchange, Pets.com and its sock puppet mascot remember the anniversary of one of the biggest busts of the dot-com bubble.
Can you really make money selling dog food online? No, but Wag.com is going to do it anyway.
With this week's news that the pet supply e-tailer is going out of business, Amazon has seen the second of its more than a dozen e-commerce investments go belly up.
The online pet store known for its popular sock puppet spokesdog is shutting down its retail operations and laying off 255 employees.
The online pet store is moving part of its operation from pricey San Francisco to more affordable Indiana in a move to drive down its costs.
Michael Black, the comedian who plays the spokesdog in the online pet store's near cult-status commercials, is one of about 135,000 actors on strike against the advertising industry.