We really shouldn’t have to say this, but the next time a massive storm churns up towering waves in the ocean, it’s probably a good idea to head for cover, instead of suiting up and heading out for some death-defying windsurfing.
German car companies are extremely protective of market turf, and if one manufacturer stakes a claim on new territory, the others are loathe to let that claim go unchallenged.
Bolstered by surging revenues, the growing popularity of Facebook Live and the recent debut of a food-delivery service, shares of Facebook rose 1.5% Friday, finishing 3% above Monday’s opening price. As the company heads toward its quarterly earnings announcement on November 2, the stock is now trading at an all-time high.
Dishonesty is a slippery slope: If you behave dishonestly once, you may become more likely to do so again in the future, a new study from England shows.
Miniature satellites are increasingly a big deal, and for good reasons: they’re not only less expensive and easier to deploy than the giant satellites of old, but can cover wider areas. And the White House wants to give them a helping hand. It’s launching an initiative that will foster small satellites with the resources they need to flourish.
Miners recently unearthed a giant jade bolder in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar, also known as Burma. The jade stone weighs 192 U.S. tons, one of the largest piece of jade found in the world. It measures 18 feet long by 18 feet wide by 14 feet high and was found in a remote mine located in Kachin State in the northern territory of the country.
Social media is defined by Merriam Webster as “forms of electronic communication (such as websites) through which people create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, etc.”