Multiple countries have issued precautionary guidelines to try to prevent the spread of a new deadly virus, known as the 'Wuhan coronavirus', which has left six people dead in China and 227 more in hospital under medical supervision. Cases have already been reported in close to half a dozen other countries.
Boeing announced Tuesday that it expects the 737 MAX to return to service and be ungrounded by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by mid-2020.
US law enforcement agencies have started using a new and controversial facial recognition system created by startup Clearview AI, according to an investigative report by the New York Times.
Nearly half a billion people worldwide are currently unemployed or underemployed, according to a new study published Monday by the International Labour Organization (ILO), which is a United Nations (UN) agency that sets international labor standards.
Tesla CEO announced that the acquisition of the San Diego-based ultracapacitor and battery company Maxwell for over $200 million might bring the company new developments in battery technologies.
A recent survey asking American voters to grade US President Donald Trump’s cumulative performance over the past three years has found that 38% would give the country’s leader an F - and it doesn’t stand for “fantastic.”
Business leaders and politicians from all over the globe are in Davos this week to attend the 50th World Economic Forum. Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) CEO Kirill Dmitriev shared his views on WEF-2020 and on the strategy of the new Russian government.
The body of a 34-year-old US Air Force captain was discovered in a wooded California area on Sunday shortly after an arrest warrant was issued over his absence from a court-martial hearing.