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What’s Next for the Energy Grid

What’s Next for the Energy Grid

Today, the U.S. electric grid connects more than 9,000 electricity producers to millions of consumers through 6 million miles of…
Instagram Targets More Funding, Ad Revenue-Sharing, for Video Hub

Instagram Targets More Funding, Ad Revenue-Sharing, for Video Hub

Instagram is in talks with video producers to increase its funding this year for shows on IGTV, its platform for…
SEC Probes Raytheon Over Potentially Improper Payments

SEC Probes Raytheon Over Potentially Improper Payments

Raytheon Co. logo appears on exhibition hall ahead of the 53rd International Paris Air Show on June 16, 2019. Photo:…
Why Do So Many Aging Stars Wear Tinted Glasses?

Why Do So Many Aging Stars Wear Tinted Glasses?

BRIAN COX, Harvey Keitel, Patricia Arquette, Elton John, Tony Shalhoub, Eddie Murphy. No, this is not the cast of an…
Software Engineers’ Pay Is Rising Faster Outside Silicon Valley

Software Engineers’ Pay Is Rising Faster Outside Silicon Valley

Wages for software engineers are rising faster outside Silicon Valley than within it as employers expand tech operations in other…
Growing Bricks and More Ways to Shrink Concrete’s Carbon Footprint

Growing Bricks and More Ways to Shrink Concrete’s Carbon Footprint

Cars. Airplanes. Power plants. Cows. These are among the biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are warming…
A Victorian Ski Cottage Blanketed in Boho Style

A Victorian Ski Cottage Blanketed in Boho Style

LIMITED ACCESS has rendered the town of Crested Butte, Colo. (pop. 1,700), frozen in time. When local business shifted from…
Trump Wants to Double Spending on AI, Quantum Computing

Trump Wants to Double Spending on AI, Quantum Computing

The White House on Monday proposed roughly doubling nondefense research-and-development spending on artificial intelligence and quantum information sciences, citing fierce…
Medicare for All Could Mean Doctors for None

Medicare for All Could Mean Doctors for None

Professional groups representing doctors are buying into Democratic plans to remake health care—and thereby acting against the interests of their…
How to Wear Ski Parkas in the City…Fashionably

How to Wear Ski Parkas in the City…Fashionably

SINCE NO FACET of life is off-piste for social media these days, it should come as no surprise that ski…
Tyson Takes Computer Vision to the Chicken Plant

Tyson Takes Computer Vision to the Chicken Plant

Tyson Foods Inc. plans to expand the use of computer vision to track how much chicken moves through its plants,…
Oscar Win Mints Gold for ‘Parasite’ Makers

Oscar Win Mints Gold for ‘Parasite’ Makers

How much is an Oscar worth? For investors in Barunson Entertainment & Arts—the South Korean studio behind “Parasite,” this year’s…
Google, LinkedIn and Other Tech Firms Send Employees Into New York Classrooms

Google, LinkedIn and Other Tech Firms Send Employees Into New York Classrooms

New York City tech companies are hungry for new hires, with some even sending their own workers into college classrooms…
Market Phobia Comes to Cyberspace

Market Phobia Comes to Cyberspace

Remember the panic over net neutrality? Pressure groups convinced millions that strengthening market competition in broadband would “end the internet…
‘Parasite’ Makes History at the Oscars

‘Parasite’ Makes History at the Oscars

The South Korean film “Parasite” won best picture at the 92nd Academy Awards, becoming the first ever non-English-language film to…
SEC Seeks to Curb Shareholder Resolutions

SEC Seeks to Curb Shareholder Resolutions

WASHINGTON—It is a yearly ritual for American corporations: executives of Fortune 500 companies appearing at shareholder meetings to answer investors’…
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