Devin Meineke considers himself lucky if he has $10 cash in his pockets at any given time. So it’s a good thing he has a cellphone. A growing number of people — particularly millennials — are using pe
Computer problems are causing delays for British Airways passengers worldwide, the airline has said, reported BBC. The carrier apologised for the "global system outage" and said it was "working to res
Yale psychiatrist Dr. Brandy Lee recently hosted a conference on the mental health community’s response to the apparent psychological disorders of President Donald Trump — and in a recent
A Russian banker who met with President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is a graduate of what is described as Russia’s top “finishing schools” for spies, NBC is reporti
Weekly spotlight on mutual funds
In a half-dozen states, legislators have proposed barring or limiting noncompete agreements applied to surprisingly low-level employees — janitors, landscapers and entry-level health workers, for ins
In the long run, everyone in our mathematically modeled economy ends up worse off. Yes, technology is far better, but there’s less capital available for production.
Microsoft isn’t banking on snazzy marketing or technical chops alone to make its Azure service a winner in the critical cloud-computing market. It’s also offering freebies, betting that discounts and
Even the ambitious goals of the Trump administration for a larger Navy are running up against budget and industry constraints. Nowhere is that as true as with the “Silent Service,” submarines.
Most of the analysts who rate the stock a buy are focused on coverage of technology companies, while a majority of those who advise investors to sell are dedicated to automobiles.
These days, spring cleaning your finances includes shredding documents and deleting computer files.
Game boards, corporate boards, groceries and motorcycles are among the topics of this week’s best business quotes.
Appearing on CNN Saturday morning, former CIA head and NSA director Michael Hayden blistered President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, for blithely thinking he could set up a back-chan
Funded projects in line with Jordanian government’s development objectives
MOSCOW/KYIV – Evraz (Russia) has entered into an agreement to sell its PJSC Evraz Sukha Balka iron ore mining and beneficiation plant in Ukraine (ESB, Kryvy Rih, Dnipropetrovsk region) to a firm
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today conferred the first ever Swargadeo Sarbananda Singha Award to Bodoland Territorial Council supremo Hagrama Mohilary at Jeraigaon in Assam's Dibrugarh dist
Rains brought respite from extreme heat in Odisha today under the influence of low pressure over the Bay of Bengal and a nor'wester.
The mercury breached the 40 degrees Celsius mark in only four plac
The Jammu and Kashmir, which government has announced massive rebates to boost tourist arrivals to the valley.
"Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Development Corporation (JKTDC) will provide 50 per cent reba
SoftBank had bought a 4.9% stake, just under the amount that would require a regulatory disclosure in the US
Buzz about the Model X has been limited and generally negative
Is H.R. McMaster, the White House national security adviser, on the way out? By some signs, he is: President Donald Trump not only excluded him from a key meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami today said he will comment on the Centre's ban on cattle sale after going through the notification in this regard.
Opposition parties, however, condemned t
The Opposition in Punjab today stepped up its attack seeking immediate sacking of Cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh for allegedly acquiring sand and gravel mines through "benaami transactions in the
Former cricketer Kiran Ashar, who played for the then Bombay side (now Mumbai), today passed away at a hospital here.
The 69-year-old Ashar, who played as a wicketkeeper- batsman represented Bomb
Industrial earnings had been expected to soften in April as prices of iron ore, steel and other commodities fell sharply
The chip, known internally as the Apple Neural Engine, would improve the way the company’s devices handle tasks that would otherwise require human intelligence
After re-election of Rouhani, oil Minister Zanganeh sees deals with Total, Lukoil this year
According to documents acquired and released by The Intercept, a security firm that contracts with the military gathered information on anti-Dakota Access Pipeline protesters and delivered that inform
BharatBenz on Saturday said that it has launched its new heavy duty truck range here, equipped with a system based on "SCR technology" to meet the new BS-IV emission standards.
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today congratulated scientists and engineers involved in the successful test-firing of a torpedo from the indigenously built Scorpene submarine.
"Congratulations to our
Realty major DLF's promoters are likely to enter into an agreement with Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC in the next few weeks to sell their 40 per cent stake in rental business for an estimated
Infrastructure major Punj Lloyd today saw its net loss on standalone basis narrowing to Rs 181.58 crore during the fourth quarter ended March 31.
The company had posted a loss of Rs 396.15 crore in t
Delhi University has shelved its decision to hold online entrance tests for its M Phil, PhD and PG programmes as it feels that conducting these along with the offline format won't be feasible.
) A Moot court and a seminar on Legal Education and challenges faced in Quality Litigation was inaugurated by Justice Ujjal Bhuyan of Gauhati High Court in Royal School of Law and Administration at Ro