Amazon's Brush With $1,000 Signals the Death of the Stock Split
Stock splits, once considered a way to keep shares affordable for mom-and-pop investors, are rare today as companies aspire to new heights.
Sharp Sees Salvation in Appliances
The recovery plan for troubled Japanese electronics maker Sharp: Become a major global appliance maker under the wing of its Taiwanese parent,...
Why All CEOs Need to Be Tech CEOs
Wall Street, long obsessed with quarterly profits, has a message for chief executives of big established companies: Pick up the pace of innovation...
NASA's latest mission could crash the world economy
NASA has set the date for a trip to an asteroid that could be worth “quadrillions” of dollars.
Solar eclipse 2017: what it is, when it's happening and why it's important
On August 21, 2017, the United States will have something happen to it that hasn't happened since Jimmy Carter was President, Sony introduced the...
Making a killing from India's solar boom
Ketan Mehta co-founded Rays Power Infra six years ago. Now he's perfectly placed for India's solar boom
Surprise! Galaxy's monster Black Hole likely has huge neighbor on a crash course
Two monster black holes are apparently on a collision course near the heart of a nearby galaxy, a new study reports.
Modern Love: Wanting Monogamy as 1,946 Men Await My Swipe
They met on Bumble and fell into a fun, one-night-a-week, nonexclusive routine — until she realized she liked him.
Startup's Rocket Reaches Space, but Falls Short of Orbit
RocketLab, a startup widely seen as a trailblazer for frequent, ultralow-cost access to space, failed to reach orbit on its first flight.
Ford Lures Engineer Back From Uber
Ford Motor Co. has wooed back a senior engineer who left the auto maker to develop autonomous vehicles at Uber Technologies Inc.
Mark Zuckerberg: Getting into Harvard made my parents proud
Twelve years after dropping out, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to Harvard to deliver a political commencement speech.
An ESPN Producer Explains How to Shoot Great Sports Video of Your Kids
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