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This Is What Travel Will Look Like in a Post-Pandemic World

With the summer underway and holidays around the corner, travel is on the mind. But how will it be different?

Richard Maize

"Creepy" Video of Robots Dancing Causes Internet Frenzy -- And Even Elon Musk is Weighing In

A new video of a dancing robot by Boston Dynamics went viral on Twitter this week.

Emily Rella

Boating Boom Led by First-Timers

Experts say demand for boats was driven by the pandemic and the need for social distancing.

Euni Han

Wendy's Quietly Removed a Fan-Favorite Sauce, and People are Going Nuts: 'That Place Is Now Dead to Me'

The fast-food chain announced this week that it would be adding a new super-spicy Ghost Pepper Ranch dipping sauce to locations around the country, but at the seeming expense of another beloved condiment.

Emily Rella

Zoe Saldana's Advice for Reaching Small Business Goals in the Social Media Age: 'It's Not About the Smallness of It. It's Just About the Efficiency.'

As the host of Facebook's Good Ideas Festival, the actor and business owner offers insights from the event and her own experience.

Chloe Arrojado

Robinhood Targets $35 Billion IPO

Last year, Robinhood's revenue soared 245% to $959 million.

Euni Han

What Lawmakers Don't Understand About the PRO Act, According to Franchise Owners

Lawmakers are confused about what franchising is, and are threatening the whole business model with a bad bill, experts say.

Kim Kavin

China to Blame for Microsoft Hack: Report

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken released a statement to address the hack and the United States' conclusion that China was behind it. 

Olympics Composer Drops Out After Bullying Accusations

His resignation comes four days before the ceremony and after he apologized for bullying disabled classmates when he was a student.