Previewed today with the News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home in Mojave Macs and iOS devices have been getting closer and closer to each other in terms of functionality, and now Apple is bridging that with
Humiliated by the 1990s, Russia’s strongman is determined to win Cold War 2.0. He may be succeeding. Twenty years before Vladimir Putin began his ingenious campaign to influence the U.S. presidential his
This is very bad news. The Pentagon has confirmed that a new Russian nuclear delivery drone is real. The undersea drone, which carries an enormous nuclear warhead to destroy coastal cities and military
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The financial condition of Illinois’ five state pension systems worsened during 2016 with unfunded liabilities growing to a record-setting $129.8 billion, a new report showed on Wednesday.
What happens to a company when a visionary CEO is gone? Most often, innovation dies and the company coasts for years on momentum and its brand. Rarely does it regain its former glory. Here’s why. Microsoft
Autos It may look like it drove off the set of Tron, but the jet black-and-chrome motorcycle that BMW just unveiled is more than just a fantasy. "I am selling emotions, passion," explained BMW's CEO, Krueger.
Image source: Encana Corporation. Crude's recent return to $50 a barrel is more than a mere psychological level for the oil industry. It is the price point where the economics of shale drilling get very
Kim Kardashian blasts Wall Street Journal for 'denying Armenian genocide' in full-page New York Times advert
Kim Kardashian has been a topic of conversation on social media - but this time, it was for her take on international affairs rather than anything pertaining to her reality television empire. Readers the
Questions over supply remain and there is no doubt Apple’s new iPhones are already proving immensely popular. But two nasty surprises have been discovered which may cause owners of the iPhone 7 to regret
Whenever the dessert menu rolls around, there’s always that moment where you think, “Is it socially acceptable for me to get one of everything?” Our vote: duh. Maybe you do, or maybe you just decide to
BOSTON (Reuters) - A former head of the Teamsters union in Boston pleaded guilty on Thursday to attempted extortion for trying to intimidate a non-union company to hire union workers while filming a reality
The sugar industry has a long history of shaping nutrition policy in the United States, working to mask the potential risks of consuming too much of the sweet stuff. It wasn’t until this year, for instance,
Over the last 25 years, I’ve been fortunate enough to dine in hundreds of Michelin-starred restaurants around the world – and have the depleted bank balance and expanded waistline to prove it. What I gained,
Frustration grows among subscribers as companies are threatening to back out of health marketplaces, but some experts urge patience over growing pains When Christine Lo left her job in June, she was hoping
Why it is time to ditch your smartphone and reconnect with the real world. The average person now checks their phone 85 times a day, according to research published in the scientific journal Plos One.
(updated Aug. 28, 6:43PM with references to President Obama deleted) Thank goodness for USA Today, which actually did some serious reporting on what went down in Rio with Ryan Lochte and his U.S. Olympic