The European Space Agency launched a rocket Thursday to carry two cubes of gold and platinum almost a million miles from Earth so scientists can see how they'll behave in a freefall—at a cost of more than $450 million.
"The Lion King" on Broadway is offering fans a view of the musical that even the very best seat in the theater can't rival.
The trend of "uberization" or industry disruption caused by an unlikely competitor has become a dominant concern of the C-suite, finds a new IBM study. In just two years, the percentage of C-suite leaders who expect to contend ...
A woman slowly moves a damp mop across cracked tiles in a small Amazon outpost here. Her hands are as weathered as the floor she is cleaning.
Fiat Chrysler's safety chief is retiring from the company after a tumultuous year of conflict with U.S. government regulators.
The NFL, already a $10 billion a year business, keeps looking to grow even bigger.
When Intel bought McAfee five years ago, it was a surprising move by a giant chip company with a core computer hardware mission into the complex software business of protecting computers from hackers and crooks.
Watson, IBM Corp.'s supercomputer that famously competed on the television show "Jeopardy," is coming West.
Activision is widening the scope of e-sports competition for "Call of Duty" players.
Idaho National Laboratory recently completed the first successful test of fabrication equipment in the Experimental Fuels Facility (EFF) at INL's Materials and Fuels Complex. Specifically, they finished the first extrusions ...