Foxconn has insisted that it remains committed to creating 13,000 Wisconsin jobs, even though the state’s new governor said yesterday that the deal ‘is no longer in play’ and needs to be renegotiated Foxconn
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration released regulations on Wednesday that could help venture capitalists, Native American tribes and entrepreneurs benefit from a new tax incentive meant to encourage
Popular transport startup Citymapper has been plagued with issues around the launch of its first major money-making product, the Citymapper Pass, early adopters have told Business Insider. Citymapper founded
Loathed “switchbacks” will cease, says Muni agency Last week, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) promised to end the frustrating practice of “switchbacks” on the T Third Street line—but
While Apple and Tesla are some of the hottest brands around, even they can’t stop the mallpocalypse. Not even Eataly’s promise of wine, cheese, and freshly made focaccia can get people to malls, it seems.
Unlikely alliance of free-market libertarians and union-backed activists argue $100m-plus in subsidies handed to retailer are a bad investment for the city Nashville has a way of bringing people together
In spring 2018, news of the water crisis in South Africa ricocheted around the world—then the story disappeared. So what happened? In January 2018, when officials in Cape Town announced that the city 4
They believe more students should attend neighborhood schools. But what happens when it’s their child?
Joe Weedon plans to prolong the decision as long as he can. He wants to attend just one more school open house. Talk to just a few more parents and teachers. Wrestle with the choice while he coaches just
There is little oversight of the algorithms that help the city decide who gets watched by police, where kids go to school, and in what neighborhoods fire stations are placed. Though many people might realize
Scientists are abuzz with the release of a picture depicting a supermassive black hole that is over 55 million light-years away in outer space, the first time any picture of a black hole has ever been
Manhattan’s new luxury mega-project was partially bankrolled by an investor visa program called EB-5, which was meant to help poverty-stricken areas. Since its official unveiling last month, critics have
But only 22 percent say that they “strongly back” State Sen. Scott Wiener’s SB 50 plan Bay Area-based pollster Change Research released a new voter poll Thursday that showed, among other things, that percent
TIANJIN, China — At a port in Germany, 150 Steinway pianos are waiting to be shipped to this gateway city for the grand opening of the Juilliard School’s second campus. The air in Tianjin is so dry that