Welcome to the new world order. After years of liberalization, globalization is in retreat. Populist political victories and backroom deals to strongarm encourage firms to keep manufacturing jobs at home
I wrote last year about how I felt about smartwatches, being an amateur watch collector. One of my main gripes with current-gen favorites like the now-defunct Pebble and Apple Watch was that they offered
RBC Capital's managing director Mark Mahaney has covered internet stocks since 1998, and is consistently rated as one of the most accurate tech analysts in the market. Earlier this week, Mahaney published
Big Blue’s artificial intelligence division is a sprawling effort to corner seemingly every market in AI. From winning Jeopardy in 2011 to helping write a sad song last year, IBM’s Watson cognitive computing
Maybe restaurants are not as old as time itself, but they are certainly as old as civilization. Everyone loves leaving their dishes in the cabinets at home and going out to eat, and we all like being by
In sunny Israel, solar energy supplies only a small percentage of the nation's power needs, leaving it far behind countries with cloudier and colder climates. Now the fledgling solar industry is trying
A controversial study that found there has been no slowdown in global warming has been supported by new research. Many researchers had accepted that the rate of global warming had slowed in the first years
Keeping a motorcycle upright at high speeds is simple -- mostly you just have to hang on. Yet when a bike is slowly cruising through a parking lot, in traffic, or at a stop, balance is handled by the That
Living and growing between public leader Workday and a host of fellow startups, Namely CEO Matt Straz continues to amass investor dollars in the pursuit of an eventual public listing for his HR software.
With that in mind, we've highlighted 27 classic works that every Wall Streeter should read. Many of these books show up time and again in lists of books recommended by the pros themselves. Topics covered
One in three children send naked selfies online because parents let them 'roam free' on the internet
Children are being bullied, lured into sharing sexually pictures and groomed by abusers online because parents have left them to “roam free” on the internet, the Government’s young people’s tsar has warned.
In the coming years, chips and digital components are going to creep into everyday objects and appliances. It promises to transform how we interact with our possessions — but also poses huge security could
Mortgage rates have risen since the election of Donald Trump, from 3.5% to the recent 4.2%. Bond investors are perceiving an economic stimulus package to uplift the economy. More business activity, greater
In a world where new meal subscription services are popping up every day, is there really room for one more? That’s a tough one to answer, but Habit is unlike any of the others and when it launches nationally
Coros Wearables is introducing its Linx Smart Cycling Helmet, which has an interesting new technology called “open-ear bone conduction.” The helmet uses vibration through the bones on the side of your