CNBC has picked up a second season of West Texas Investors Club, from The Profit producer Charlie Ebersol.
The eight-episode unscripted series focuses on self-made oil and real estate millionaires Roo ... Read more
South Korean tech company Kakao, which was rebranded from Daum Kakao at the start of the month, announced Tuesday that its mobile payments platform Kakao Pay has passed five million users in the first ... Read more
If I asked you to decide, whose comfort is more important—Jessica Alba’s or Kylie Jenner’s—you might ask, Who the hell cares? But if you’re Kylie Jenner’s bodyguards, you might ask, Who are you, get t ... Read more
Some comments Matt Damon made during the Sunday evening (September 13) premiere of his and Ben Affleck‘s show Project Greenlight on HBO have people very upset. The 44-year-old actor was speaking ... Read more
Britain wants to be at the forefront of driverless car technology, so it's funding a handful of research projects that will look at different vehicle designs and how people react to them. ... Read more
In announcing a new expansion of commercial efforts to launch earthlings into space, Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos says the launch pads at Cape Canaveral have been dormant for too long. Read more
LONDON — A British man was convicted Tuesday of illegally flying drones over buildings and congested areas in what the Metropolitan Police say is the first prosecution of its kind.
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On September 15th, 2015, Amazon / Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos announced intentions to revitalize Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 36, site of the Mariner, Surveyor, Pioneer and other launches. Read more
As the donut-licking
trial of Ariana Grande entered its 67th day, the embattled former pop star finally took the stand in Good Morning America’s Times Square courtroom Tuesday morning to address alle ... Read more
To unleash data innovation, companies need to teach business managers basic data science techniques. Even tools like excel are sufficient. Lutz Finger talks about his recent courses at Harvard Busines ... Read more
Though this practice was introduced as early as 2002, it's only now that people are up in arms over what is being called "a complete waste of resources as well as an invasion of civil liberties."