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Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected leader, has been surreptitiously buried under heavy security and with no press coverage just 24 hours after he abruptly died in a Cairo courtroom. died
The fast-food chain's taco giveaway is part of its "Steal A Game, Steal A Taco" promotion for the NBA Finals. This year, the Golden State Warriors sealed the free-taco deal for Americans with a win in
Here's everything you need to know about blockchains, the ground-breaking tech that could be as disruptive as the internet
From a 'castle' full of bitcoin millionaires to the initial coin offering (ICO) craze, it's hard to escape the chatter about how some people are building their fortunes off the new world of cryptocurrencies.
Hazelcast CEO Kelly Herrell says that any technology company faces three major risks: if the technology works, if customers will buy it, and if the company can be scaled. Now, the first two risks are Herrell
As of Tuesday, the electronics retailer will be selling high-tech NordicTrack running machines, Flywheel bikes, and Hydrow running machines online. These items will be rolled out to 100 of its stores year-end.
What can a 2,600-year-old line about a fox and a hedgehog teach us about leadership? The ancient Greek poet Archilochus wrote a now-lost parable with the following moral: "The fox knows many things, but
Broadcom cut $2 billion off its 2019 revenue forecast — and it highlights broader issues plaguing the industry
US semiconductor manufacturer Broadcom warned in its Q2 2019 earnings that its 2019 revenue will be $2 billion less than previously expected, according to Reuters. The $2 billion revision represents an
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Beyond Meat's post-IPO rally surges to more than 680% as short sellers lose hundreds of millions (BYND)
• Beyond Meat gained more than 15% in pre-market trading Tuesday.• The jump in shares extended a rally from news of a newly announced ground beef product and shortages of the Impossible Burger.• Short
I'm feeling apprehensive about this year's Cannes Lions Festival. No, it's not the prospect of over-indulging. I've come to hear the most pertinent insights for our clients and teams and desperately hoping
Stanford professor Arnold Milstein came across a figure one day that he took as a call to action. The statistic was this: 6% of today's population will account for at least a third of next year's new,
Two newly-released photos of sled-dogs trekking across melted sea ice show the impact of weirdly warm weather in Greeland this summer. The photos, taken around mid-afternoon last Thursday by Steffen Olsen,
Walmart is piloting a same-day grocery delivery subscription service, dubbed "Delivery Unlimited," that enables customers to pay $12.95 per month or $98 per year to skip the $9.95 per order fee that usually
For most political candidates the scandal of being under active criminal investigations would be an insurmountable obstacle. But Donald Trump — who currently faces multiple criminal and civil investigations
A makeup artist says she was 'extremely hurt' after a bride refused to hire her because she's a lesbian
A makeup artist has shared how a bride-to-be refused to hire her because she's a lesbian. Texas-based beautician Kristian Cardenas posted screengrabs of the text exchange she had with the anonymous bride
When it comes to game consoles, Microsoft's Xbox One has been handily defeated by Sony's PlayStation 4 — the latter boasts nearly 100 million sold, while Microsoft outright stopped reporting Xbox console
There's a way Walmart could beat Amazon when it comes to speedy delivery, and new data shows it's going all in
Walmart is betting on drones as the delivery wars in the US heat up. According to The Financial Times, the Arkansas-based chain is on track to file more drone patents than Amazon for the second year running.
1. The Federal Reserve is meeting today and Wednesday. Traders are hoping the central bank will signal its intention to cut rates later this year. Markets rallied. 2. Facebook announced its Libra cryptocurrency.
Trump's trade wars are putting the US economy at risk. But the Federal Reserve doesn't appear ready to step in just yet.
• The Federal Reserve is expected to leave borrowing costs unchanged Wednesday at the end of a two-day policy meeting.• Trump has increased pressure on the independent central bank in recent months as
Although it's fairly common for investors to overreach this late in an economic cycle, appetite for software and technology firms has looked beyond insatiable at times. Investors are pulling out all the
The chief executive of Hong Kong apologized profusely after unprecedented protests over a controversial extradition bill, but refused to withdraw it or step down from her role. Hundreds of thousands of
LONDON — Chuka Umunna says he will a member of the Liberal Democrats "until the day I die" after joining the party last week. The former ShadowBusiness Secretary who has been in three different parties
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota unveiled a plan for her first 100 days in the White House Tuesday that emphasizes massive rollbacks of President Donald Trump's policies
Facebook is teaming up with an array of heavyweight multinational companies to launch a new digital currency called "Libra" in an ambitious push to provide financial services to billions of "unbanked"
LONDON — Conservative members would rather break up the United Kingdom, and destroy their own party, than stay in the European Union, according to a new poll. The latest YouGov poll of Conservative party