For the past decade, Danny Gerardi has rented out his mansion to film “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” His rate: as much as $36k per day.
Elon got real with Wall Street analysts admitting that Tesla's production number had fallen far short of the 5k per-day he’d anticipated by the end of 2017.
The organization in charge of selecting emojis is currently wrapped in a gnarly internal battle centering around a frowning digital hunk of dung.
No one’s reading romance novels for the plot -- audible's new feature, literally called “Take Me To The Good Part,” lets users… get right to it.
Grail is a mysterious cancer detection startup that’s raised over $1B. But, recent headlines hint at some trouble in their altruistic paradise...
An Australian biotech company has been approved by the EPA for an environmentally friendly pesticide made from the venom of Australian funnel-spiders.
Yesterday, lawyers representing Facebook, Google, and Twitter testified before the US Senate on the topic of Russian involvement in the 2016 election.
Weirdly enough, there are actually naming rules all over the world. At least 17 countries have laws in place restricting what parents name their children.
Goldman Sachs, has been working on revamping their image to attract a younger, cooler clientele, with their 1-year-old online lending company, Marcus.
Apple touted facial recognition as a security upgrade to its existing TouchID feature -- but, it turns out the tech can be easily tricked by human genetics.
Under Armour's at 3rd and long, Trex's selling mad decks, and Nintendo hit the right combo to double it's annual profits.
People have suspected Facebook of spying on them for quite some time, and a Facebook exec just took to Twitter to deny the claims.
Softbank is putting the kibosh on the merger between mobile carriers Sprint and T-mobile, a deal analysts have deemed “all but inevitable” for months.
Constellation Brands, the company behind Corona and Modelo, has paid $191m for a 9.9% stake in the marijuana producer, Canopy Growth.
Saudi Arabia's promote themselves as a future tech hub by giving citizenship to a robot for the first time in history.
Whaddya know, Amazon is still killing it -- and now Bezos is the richest man in the world
Rather than a ray of hope for its financially strained parent company, Time Inc., the surge in traffic turned out to be part of a large ad fraud scam.
Monster US pharmacy chain CVS just made a $66B bid ($200 per share) to acquire the health insurance monster, Aetna. That’s too many monsters.
McD's in China has officially changed its Chinese name from Maidanglao (a literal translation of “McDonald’s”) to Jingongmen -- or, “Golden Arches.”
2017 that has seen $16B worth of natural disasters, and the US's chief weather agency, the National Weather Service, is “teetering on the brink of failure.”
Thursday after a rare, positive investor call, where they announced quarterly earnings much higher than expected ($590m actually vs. $586.7m expected).
Billionaire big pharma founder arrested for bribing doctors to prescribe fentanyl
In the first half of this year, streaming revenue has rocketed to $2.5B, making up 62% of the U.S. music business. But is Spotify really the ‘good guy’?
The average American spends 42 hours a year in traffic -- and Carnegie Mellon professor Stephen Smith has dedicated part of his life to finding a solution.
Instead of cash back, Uber’s cards will offer perks tailored to the stereotypical millennial: Amazon discounts, Netflix subscriptions, and UberEATS.
The e-commerce company claims to have created a federally regulated platform for companies to trade digital tokens via a subsidiary called tØ
Yesterday, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced an ambitious plan to construct a $500B mega-city called NEOM by 2025.
And the CEO of Whirlpool has a few things to say about it...
Turns out the 92-year-old construction company is a great indicator of global market strength -- and they just reported a 25% spike in quarterly revenue.