Skating a drained in-ground pool is old hat by now, so an entire waterpark was the obvious logical step forward.
No matter how good or promising your business idea is, there will be times as an entrepreneur that you’ll question whether or not your company will ever be a success. Those overnight, rags-to-riches stories of explosive popularity for a lucky few have permeated our collective startup culture, leading young and inexperienced entrepreneurs to see those stories as a typical trajectory for businesses.
For the first time ever, researchers have peered into the brains of people tripping out on LSD. The groundbreaking scans reveal the dramatic extent to which the psychedelic drug affects normal brain function, while pointing towards therapies for similar psychological disorders.
After successfully bringing Polaroid 600 instant film back from the dead, the people behind the Impossible Project realized that hunting down a working Polaroid camera for the film wasn’t always easy, so they’ve designed their own. Except this isn’t your parent’s Polaroid.
Ticketmaster is going to start selling event tickets directly on Facebookin the coming weeks. “We’ve heard feedback from venues and artists that Facebook is an important platform for [artists] to update and connect with fans,” a spokesperson for the social network said in a statement to Fortune earlier today.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Navy flight officer with knowledge of sensitive American intelligence collection methods faces espionage charges over suspicions he passed secret information to Taiwan and possibly to China, U.S. officials said.
The New York State Attorney General’s office announced Monday it has reached a$5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the bank’s deceptive lending practices leading up to the financial crisis in 2008.