Well, that headline needs a qualifier.
For centuries, humans have looked to space and the stars for answers. The fascination is more than philosophical - it's coupled with the need to solve problems here on Earth.
-- controversial French film Cuties, analytics firm reveals
"Never let a good crisis go to waste." Those were the words of Saul Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals, a book in which he describes Lucifer as the "very first radical."
After the previous week's disappointing resurgence in initial jobless claims, this week saw the number of Americans filing for first time unemployment benefits plunged to 787k (870k exp) - the lowest since the pandemic lockdowns began...
The GM-owned company is also seeking a new exemption from the federal government to mass-produce the Origin
If there's one tie that binds some of the more recent and obvious implosions in capital markets - Luckin Coffee, Wirecard and NMC Health to name a few - is that Ernst & Young has been the auditor.
Tech Overlords Took Over! But It's Not Too Late To Do This One Thing!
Preliminary orders for new trailers hit 52,000 units in September, the third-highest month in history as fleet bookings looked like the last market overheating in late 2018.
Last week, California Pizza Kitchen canceled its auction after no worthy bidders came forward to buy the casual-dining chain.
In addition to factory jobs thinning out, as employees chose to stay home during the pandemic, the economy's somewhat V-shaped recovery means that demand is once again rising. Some suppliers have seen 10% to 15% of their workers absent as a result o
Mexico's marijuana revolution is on display steps from the nation's Senate, where for the last nine months activists have maintained a fragrant cannabis garden.
Independent restaurants skid towards bankruptcy as large chains recover.
An auto-manufacturing expert says Tesla's days of production hell have put it '10 years ahead' of the competition
Singapore Airlines will serve food on planes at Changi Airport
Data in brief: For the first time since July 2017, the number of cranes in North American cities has decreased, according to Rider Levett Bucknall's newest crane count.
Shipments of laptops, desktops, and workstations were up 13 percent in the third quarter
Today, something just a little different. We are talking about SpaceX Starship and Crew Dragon and how this new groundbreaking technology is inspiring the space industry.
Amazon's sales day arrives much later this year, making it a bigger influence on holiday shopping.
Veolia, one of the world's largest private water corporations, has just announced the acquisition of 29.9 percent of Suez Water, another of the planet's largest multinationals, with a plan to gain full control at a later date.
Calls and emails come in at all times of day and night. They no longer concern fun or prestige. Instead they focus on fresh water and solar panels. These were not the inquiries they had grown used to.
Last year, Amazon signed a deal to buy 100,000 electric trucks from automotive startup Rivian, and today the pair have offered a first real look behind the curtain.
Elon Musk first dreamed of the Hyperloop system, but Richard Branson's Virgin is working to make it a reality.
Thousands of companies file trade lawsuits against the US over Trump's tariffs.
The social justice warrior, anorexic freak NBA commissioner Adam Silver is throwing his beloved NBA, display for "social justice," under the bus as NBA Finals ratings collapse.
A new technology being used in shops in Thailand and other countries to enforce coronavirus restrictions conducts a face scan to check if the customer is wearing a mask and refuses entry if they don't have one.
Hardly anyone expected that things would get this bad in 2020. Once the pandemic hit and states all over the country started instituting lockdowns, economic activity collapsed dramatically.
AMC Entertainment, the largest movie theater chain in the world, will "run out of liquidity" in six months, according to debt ratings agency S&P Global Ratings, which downgraded AMC's credit rating from CCC+ to CCC- and slapped it with a negative out
"With everything going on in this world, eating in a bubble is about one of the best experiences we can have," Valerie Worthy, a customer who ate a meal in what is being called a "space bubble" at French restaurant Cafe du Soleil, on Broadway and 104
Before readers know it, restaurants of the future will have their entire front-end automated, nevertheless, the backend where the food is prepped will be operated by robot chefs.