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Business News

'Massive Grave of Dead Fish': What's Happening on Texas Beaches?

Here's why thousands of dead fish washed up on Texas beaches this weekend.

Business News

The Government Says UFOs Are Real — And Fighter Pilots Want You to Help Look for Them (For Real)

Americans for Safe Aerospace seeks to make it easier for pilots and concerned citizens to report unexplained things they see in the sky.

Innovation

These Co-Founders Let Women Freeze Their Eggs for Free — Cracking Open the 'Inaccessible' Industry. Their Cutting-Edge Model Solves Another Major Fertility Issue Too.

Just one egg-freezing cycle can cost upwards of $10,000. Cofertility co-founders Lauren Makler, Halle Tecco and Arielle Spiegel are giving women another option.

Business News

Add One Surprising Household Staple to Your Coffee to Level Up Your Morning Routine

Say goodbye to milk and sugar for a better-tasting, healthier cup of Joe.

Science & Technology

Futurist Ray Kurzweil Has an Amazing Track Record For Accurate Predictions. By 2030, He Believes Humans Will Eradicate Disease and Achieve Immortality.

His bold prediction and the reasoning behind it resurfaced in a YouTube video that has gone viral.

Business News

A Museum Is Offering $25,000 to Find the Meteorite That Just Struck Earth

Calling all meteor hunters—a flying fireball landed in Maine that could contain valuable information about the solar system.

Collaboration

Unveiling the Business Game-Changer: Communication Ecosystems

What is a communication ecosystem, and why do more enterprises favor them to manage productive collaboration? Trends in communication ecosystems

Business News

This Meatball Is Mammoth. Seriously, It's Made From the Prehistoric Woolly Elephant.

A food startup introduced lab-grown, cultivated meat using the DNA of the 4,000-year-old extinct animal.

Science & Technology

Astronomers Just Discovered a 'Supermassive' Black Hole. 'Hard to Comprehend How Big This Thing Is.'

Scientists at Durham University say the black hole is 30 billion times the size of the sun.

Business News

Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein! 12 Incredible Things You Never Knew About the Iconic Scientist.

Born March 14, 1879, the German-born scientist was one of the most significant individuals of the 20th century.

Thought Leaders

10 Albert Einstein Quotes on Creativity, Happiness, Success and More

Learn from one of the smartest people in history.

Business News

She Was Google's 16th Employee and YouTube's CEO for 25 Years. Now, She Is Getting Her Own Barbie Doll and So Are Her Sisters.

Susan Wojcicki is one of the seven women, including her sisters Anne and Janet, to be honored with their own Barbie dolls for International Women's Day.

Business News

Elon Musk's Neuralink Is Under Investigation for Allegedly Jeopardizing Human Safety

The company allegedly didn't package and transport devices extracted from the brains of nonhuman primates properly.

Science & Technology

Every Company Has the Potential to Enter the Space Economy. Here's How.

The space economy is worth nearly $500 billion — why wouldn't you want to get involved if you can? Use these four tips to find out how you can get started.

Leadership

Are You a Trauma-Responsive Leader? Why Trauma-Informed Leaders Make a Happy and Healthy Workplace

By bringing more trauma awareness and building a culture of patience, compassion, forgiveness and empathy, we can create the understanding that leads to happier, healthier and more productive people and places of business.