In the summer of 2018 Tesla initiated a massive undertaking — a stealth replacement of solar panel parts nationwide. It was called Project Titan, Business Insider has learned. The faulty parts in question
News Corp — the company behind publications like The Wall Street Journal and The Times — will reportedly launch Knewz, an online news aggregation platform later this year. It's apparently an attempt to
Conor McGregor told ESPN's Ariel Helwani on "SportsCenter" that if he had to choose, he thinks he will fight again this year. McGregor has not fought since October 2018, when he lost via submission to
As flu season approaches in the United States, medical experts who are worried about the welfare of migrant children at the US-Mexico border are urging immigration authorities to vaccinate kids immediately
Conor McGregor has said he is wrong for behaving the way he did in an Irish pub earlier this year, when he was seen on video throwing a punch at an older man. "I must get my head screwed on," he told reporter
South Korea's Chosun Ilbo news reports that North Korean jets are bombing targets that appear to be life-sized renderings of South Korean F-15K Slam Eagle fighter jets. The targets appear to be cut into
The Justice Department sent immigration court employees an email this week that linked to an article attacking immigration judges with offensive and anti-Semitic slurs, BuzzFeed News reported on Thursday.
Bernie Sanders just declared war on the fossil fuel industry with a $16 trillion climate change plan
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont on Thursday unveiled an ambitious plan to combat climate change that represents a declaration of war on the fossil fuel industry. At roughly $16.3 trillion, it's the most
The NBA offseason is when players claim they've lost weight, are in the best shape of their career, or have added new dimensions to their games. In the case of Ben Simmons, it appears he has added the
Nearly 10,000 fiery infernos are raging across the Amazon, razing tropical vegetation and trees. Since August 15, more than 9,500 new forest fires have started across Brazil, primarily in the Amazon rainforest
HP CEO and President Dion Weisler is stepping down "due to a family health matter," the tech giant announced Thursday. He will be replaced by Enrique Lores, who currently leads the company's imaging and
• Software company VMware agreed to acquire Carbon Black and Pivotal for a total value of $4.8 billion.• Shares of VMware slipped 4% in aftermarket trading, while Pivotal gained as much as 8% and Carbon
It hasn't been a great year for unicorns. It could be an even worse one for WeWork. Unicorns is the term used for startups with private valuations north of $1 billion. Some of the most highly valued among
The specter of the retail apocalypse still hangs over the whole industry. And the latest gloomy numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that it's not going anywhere soon. After reviewing
Free, ad-supported streaming TV companies like Tubi and Pluto TV are ramping up their ad spending to combat Netflix and Hulu and ahead of the launch of other subscription-based services. Viacom-owned TV,
• Stocks finished mixed on Wednesday as investors weighed weak manufacturing data and another yield-curve inversion.• The developments came ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's speech, which
Salesforce's stock popped 7% in after market trading Thursday after the cloud software company topped Wall Street expectations and delivered a rosy forecast for the current quarter. EPS (adjusted): $0.66.
The Royal Air Force's Red Arrows streaked red, white, and blue down the Hudson River on Thursday as they flew a demonstration flight alongside the US Air Force Thunderbirds, the F-22 Raptor demonstration
The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency is testing a buzzy new Google Cloud product — an expedited trial with the federal agency that was pushed through by Google executives amid employee protests.
The market's most feared recession signal flashes again amid fears the Fed won't do enough to prevent an economic meltdown
• A key part of the yield curve inverted again on Thursday for the third time this month.• The move into negative territory came after three regional Federal Reserve presidents spoke out against lowering
Since the series launched in 1992, "Mortal Kombat" has been synonymous with video game gore, earning legions of fans with over-the-top violence, edgy character designs, and an attitude that never seems
6 real-life scandals Hollywood is making into movies and TV shows — from Epstein to Theranos to Nxivm
Netflix and Hulu dueled over a major scandal earlier this year. The infamous Fyre Festival, founded by convicted fraudster Billy McFarland, presented an obvious story to dig into that viewers would eat
Apple has a team dedicated to its various health efforts — but internal disputes about the overall direction of that team have reportedly led to some high-profile departures within the company. CNBC's
A 29-year-old exec who worked on 2019's biggest biotech IPO told us the 2 key lessons that made it a success
At the time, he was just 28 and the stakes were high. Turtle was working for the rare-disease biotech Eidos Therapeutics, a subsidiary of genetic-disease-focused biotech BridgeBio, and the IPO was seen
Hardly anyone is immune to the effects of an economic recession. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to protect yourself from serious financial harm — and maybe even come out ahead. "The way that
Uber is temporarily pulling its dockless e-bikes from Providence, Rhode Island following reports of misuse. Several bikes have been damaged or used during criminal activity according to local media reports.
Ask anyone living in the Southeastern US what their favorite grocery store is and no doubt a good amount will say Publix. Founded in 1930 in Central Florida, Publix is the largest employee-owned grocery
Singer Miley Cyrus claimed on Twitter that a video of her smoking a bong cost her a massive deal with Walmart at age 17. On Thursday, Cyrus posted a series of tweets saying that she has "nothing to hide"