Loot boxes used to be the hot topic in the video game community until backlash over particularly bad ones in games like Star Wars: Battlefront II turned the tide against them. Now just a few games (outside
In nearly 20 years into the twenty-first century, I have had the opportunity to work with many of the fashion worlds greatest leaders in business, design, manufacturing, entertainment, social impact and
At just 28-years-old Miraya Berke is ready to take on the world and make audiences fall in love again with the world of romantic comedies. This weekend’s Rom Com Fest, taking place in downtown Los Angeles
The most financially successful musicians today earn the bulk of their money from touring. J. Cole, who cracked the top five of last year’s Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, confirms as much on the sagely K.O.D.
Child’s Play may be an unnecessary remake stemming from producers having rights to the original 1988 slasher flick but not to the sequels, and I can understand series creator Don Mancini’s misgivings.
Former Oklahoma State teammates Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff turned pro this week, converting lofty amateur rankings into lucrative, multi-year equipment deals prior to making their debut at the Travelers
Restaurants and fast food chains across the United States have rushed to add plant-based meat to their menus. That’s resulted in booming demand for Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat, the companies that
Futuristic Hydrofoiling Catamarans Return To NYC For The First Time Since The America’s Cup World Series
It’s been a few years since New York City has been at the epicenter of the high performance sailing world. Back in May 2016, it was easy to see why native New Yorkers (and visitors too) embraced the spectacle
Written by Guillaume Kendall The constantly evolving economy requires financial services companies be data-driven—from mining interaction data to gathering consumer product expectations. The term ‘data-driven’
Earlier this month, Salesforce announced the acquisition of data visualization and analytics leader Tableau for $15.7 billion and Google announced the acquisition of data discovery and analytics platform
OPEC was originally supposed to hold its regular biannual meeting, along with its joint meeting with non-OPEC partner countries, on June 25 and 26. However, less than a month before, Russia’s oil minister,
Earlier this week, in a dark basement theater deep in New York’s Soho neighborhood, I debated Social Security in an Oxford-style debate sponsored by the libertarian Reason magazine. I was there to argue
The multi-billion-dollar real-time bidding (RTB) adtech industry is processing data unlawfully, the UK’s data protection regulator has ruled. The Information Commissioner’s Office has found that personal
For many years, an online account of any sort has required a password – it’s the accepted norm. Organizations have tried to make passwords more secure over the years by adding stipulations for users, that
Real Madrid hasn’t been shy with opening its wallet ahead of the 2019/20 LaLiga season. The storied club has spent a whopping $340 million already by signing five players even though Spanish clubs can’t
The 2019 NBA Draft begins tonight with the New Orleans Pelicans on the clock after the organization secured the No. 1 overall pick for just the second time in franchise history during the draft lottery.
On Average, Retirees Are More Financially Secure Than Ever. Unfortunately, Most Of Us Are Not Average
On average, older Americans have a more secure retirement than ever. But even as aggregate retirement savings are rising, tens of millions of older adults will be unable to pay their expenses, especially
Nevertheless, even in this highly inequitable world of college sports, there are still certain terms that elite college recruits could, and perhaps should, try to negotiate into their national letters