If The New York Times' new paywall does somehow end up being the success the paper sorely needs, one man may benefit most of all: David Perpich, the Ochs-Sulzberger heir you've never heard of, the man who, if the paywall works, will look very much like his family, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ochs-Sulzberger_family
Ringling Bros. shuts down the big top after 146 years
With laughter, hugs and tears - and the requisite death-defying stunts - the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus received its final standing ovation Sunday night as it performed its last show. "We are, forevermore, the Greatest Show on Earth," boomed Johnathan Lee Iverson, who has...
Digital giants are increasingly dominating the global advertising market. In 2015, Google, Facebook, Baidu, Yahoo, and Microsoft accounted for 19% of all the global ad spend flowing through all media, according to media agency ZenithOptimedia's 2016 "Top Thirty Global Media Owners" report.
In the midst of March Madness, we created our own bracket of the 64 best living, historical and fictional entrepreneurs ever. While we started with all sorts of silly candidates such as Lorelai Gilmore and Vito Corleone, you've narrowed the field down to a serious list of contenders.
This is Part 1 of a two-part series on Israel's success as an innovation hub. Eighteen and fresh out of high school, Yossi Matias reported for his first day of military service at the Hatzerim Airbase in the Negev Desert, approximately 100 km south of Jerusalem.
A UK entrepreneur takes flight by attaching miniature jet engines to his limbs
A YouTube collection of grainy video clips highlights the progress Gravity founder Richard Browning has made toward his outlandish dream over the past year. Each seems more terrifying than the last, with multiple jet engines attached to his limbs in various configurations, as he hovers a few feet from the ground.
Arable raises $4.25 million to demystify farming with sensors and data
Arable has raised $4.25 million for solar-powered sensors and software to help farmers produce more food with fewer resources, and more accurately predict their yields. Middleland Capital and S2G Ventures led the Series A investment in Arable, joined by Princeton, New Jersey-based Chase Field, SparkLabs and Cantos VC.