More than three million first residence permits were granted by European Union member states in 2017, figures from the bloc's official statistics agency revealed on Monday. First residence permits granted
see it here) that I recently covered. Thiel was the first angel investor in Facebook with a $500K check that turned into more than $1 billion in cash. Listen in to the full podcast or check out the transcript
I like to think of it as the Tesla Paradox: the first new American car company to succeed in decades, selling close to 250,000 vehicles last year, isn't actually all that good at manufacturing automobiles.
This profound question can unveil more than you think and spur change greater than you'd imagine. Here's a truth: many of us don't really notice our life has gotten off track until it's off track. It happen
"So I knew as soon as she started to interact with us, it was something very special," Jake Wilton said. An Australian underwater photographer has described how he rescued a manta ray in a rare encounter
The birth of a baby in the small town of Acquaviva Platani, in inland Sicily, is such a rare event that the village bells toll to celebrate the arrival. With just 800 inhabitants Acquaviva is among thousands
(FRANKFURT, Germany) — Volkswagen is halting production of the last version of its Beetle model this week at its plant in Puebla, Mexico. It’s the end of the road for a vehicle that has symbolized many
Elon Musk: Tesla will stop selling cars [Update: at consumer pricing] once full self-driving is solved
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been talking a lot about Tesla Network lately, part of Tesla’s “Master Plan, Part Deux” which will enable Tesla cars with full self-driving hardware to operate as autonomous robotaxis
Customers at Joe Nicchi’s ice-cream truck have increasingly had the same demand: give us your ice-cream for free. CVT Soft Serve, a popular truck in Los Angeles, has started to receive weekly requests
The car brands in the Volkswagen Group–VW, Škoda, SEAT and Audi–are promoting last-mile “micromobility” solutions including e-scooters. Why? Because the car era is coming to an end, at least for cities.
You won't believe how Panasonic plans to make the open-plan office more productive. Despite the fact that they decrease productivity by at least 15 percent, the number of open plan offices continues to