A tired Vladimir Putin has left Brisbane’s G20 praising the summit’s “constructive atmosphere” and saying the reported fallout between him and leaders of Western countries were exaggerated by the media.
State television claims to have received the 'sensational pictures' showing the Boeing was shot down by cannon fire over Ukraine Russian state television has produced a "satellite image" that allegedly
FORTUNE — A big challenge for investors is piercing management’s feel-good, “it’s all great if you leave out the bad stuff” earnings metrics to measure a company’s true profitability. Even the official
The WTO demonstrators were the "Occupy" movement of the late-20th century—mocked, maligned, and mostly right. In 1999, my friend moved to Seattle, where he was hit with rubber bullets, tear-gassed in face,
The Wolf of Wall Street is doing great—it led the holiday box office with $10 million on Christmas Day! The Wolf of Wall Street is doing terribly—it earned a C rating on CinemaScore, meaning audiences
This originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Adam Grant here. One of the highlights of becoming an author is getting to read some exciting books in advance, and hearing early buzz about others.
Although more people are getting around by bike, cyclists remain the most vulnerable group of road users. Could a range of wearable technologies keep them safer? In the UK, the number of people killed
"Does this selfie make my talons look big?" Perhaps taking a page from our own human culture's desire -- and ability -- to document our every move, a photographically inclined sea eagle with kleptomaniacal
Eschewing the race for the South Pole, geologist and explorer Douglas Mawson took his scientific expedition to the eastern Antarctic – a region totally unmapped and unexplored. Here is a glimpse of the
Weapons-grade uranium isn’t the only thing Iran may be hiding. The country does not report its fishing catch to the United Nations, which is problematic given that the Persian Gulf, like other areas of
By Bryan Chan, Los Angeles Times Freelance artist Sioin Queenie Liao created these fairytale dreamscapes of her napping son using common household items for a series of images called “Wengenn in Wonderland.”
Women are just as likely to "ogle" other women's chests and waists as men, new study finds It's not the greatest surprise that a scientific experiment found that men spend less time looking women in the
The spectacular fossilised skull of an ancient human ancestor that died nearly two million years ago has forced scientists to rethink the story of early human evolution. Anthropologists unearthed the at
This item has been corrected. Do Americans—and many Europeans working in American-dominated fields such as investment bank, consulting and ventures—work too hard? Economic data show that in 1950, Americans
At the start of the current US budget standoff, other countries viewed the situation with a mix of sympathy, concern and bemusement. With the 17 October deadline for raising the debt ceiling approaching,
Nowhere. China may be growing by leaps and bounds and has become the world’s second largest economy, but Chinese companies have yet to make it to Forbes’ Most Powerful Brands list and Interbrand’s list