Is this phenomenon divine intervention of sorts?
This is a new way of making headlines.
The predictions were right – Apple unveiled the latest iPhones and iPad during its September 9 media event. Apple TV also made an appearance.
Burger King recently offered rival McDonald’s to come up with a new burger called “McWhopper.”
A Saudi prince recently bought Joan Rivers’ penthouse in New York City for $28 million in June 2015.
Crowdfunding has become very popular lately leading people to come up with more unique projects
The famed Gucci sisters are reportedly selling a luxury penthouse in Manhattan, New York City for $45 million
Meet and greet! These people made millions out of their really strange business ideas.
In the wake of the newsmaking Prime Day, it has been learned that Amazon will be embarking on its first film project with director Spike Lee.
Microsoft announced that it will be laying off about 7,800 workers around the world in its restructuring project
People can finally purchase online using their faces
A world without bubble wrap that you can pop to your heart's content? Tragic!
Amidst the economic and financial conundrum that the European country is caught in right now, it is worth noting that a number of businesses have thrived amidst what appears to be a gloomy fiscal backdrop.
It must be immediately qualified that this news is not a hoax, unlike previous claims of the creation of an actual, functioning hoverboard.