Once more, Starbucks is showing its innovative stripes. The coffee brand has recently launched an experiment involving beer-flavored coffee.
There are many unusual dishes in the world, with some you've even haven't probably heard of. However, some involve critters that you are no stranger to. In fact, some of them may be scuttling about in some dark corner of your house.
Apple and Samsung, the biggest smartphone developers in the market, have reached an unexpected settlement on patent lawsuits outside the U.S.
It's almost always expected that some human resources will be bumped off in the wake of a merger, like what's actually happening now at Apple just two months after it officially bought Beats.
A recent University of California study showed that the current drought ravaging California this year is causing the "greatest absolute reduction in water availability for California agriculture ever seen."
Once again, General Motors has announced yet another round of vehicle recalls, with six additional ones "covering about 7.6 million 1997 to 2014 model year vehicles in the U.S."
Previously, there were reports alleging that a KFC employee asked a 3-year-old girl, whose face was scarred due to a pit bull attack, to leave the establishment, along with her family, as the marks on her face were disturbing other customers. The fastfood chain, however, had recently announced that the allegations were false, after conducting two separate and different investigations.
The European Commission raised pressure onIreland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg over their corporate tax practices, saying it was investigating deals the countries have cut with Apple, Starbucks and Fiat.
When Apple founder Steve Jobs breathed his last in 2011, many thought his passing would spell the end of his company and years of exciting innovations. However, it appears those apprehensions were unfounded, thanks to the chief of Apple's Software Engineering division, Craig Federighi.
California is the most populous state in America and is also the largest agricultural state of the country, generating an average of $5 billion in revenues annually. However, recent changes in the climate appears to threaten the agricultural yield of the Golden State.
Days after the sudden termination of Jill Abramson as executive editor of The New York Times, the first woman to hold that position, the newspaper's publisher denied reports that she had been paid less than her predecessor.
Are we going to be seeing Beats by Apple ear pods in Apple stores soon?
This recent verdict involves just one of many lawsuits that Apple and Samsung has filed against each other in courts around the globe.
Mexico's Carlos Slim struck an 11th-hour deal on Wednesday with the Austrian government that could give him control of Telekom Austria and allow the multi-billionaire to consolidate his foothold in Europe as he expands outside the Americas.
Although the controversial graphic tweet posted on the official U.S. Airways account could get someone fired, the airline, through its spokesman Matt Miller, told sources that the employee responsible for the raunchy tweet will not be fired.