A look at past years shows the new statue could go in many directions, depending on how the Academy defines outstanding achievement in popular film.
There are now 10 licensed commercial spaceports in the U.S., double the number in 2004, as local and state officials try to draw business from companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are still valued for their fast-growing ad businesses, so an additional slowdown in users could hurt the stocks further.
State officials say they have solid plans to guard election systems across the country from potential cyberattacks by foreign adversaries during this year’s midterms. They are less sure how to counter another threat: online disinformation about how to cast a vote.
Plenty of Tesla’s die-hard holders will stick with Elon Musk, no matter if the car maker is a public or private company; one is “betting on the jockey, not the horse.”
Facebook is instituting new rules intended to improve the reliability of the information found on the public profiles for businesses and communities.
An Alaska Air employee stole a turboprop airliner from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport before crashing it on a nearby island, authorities and the company said.
Rampant thefts are taking the shine off cryptocurrencies. After the massive Mt. Gox exchange hack, Kim Nilsson decided to fight back.
The late Sergio Marchionne ran Fiat Chrysler with an eccentric, unorthodox style and a passion for complex problems. New research suggests he was ahead of his time.
Big Blue spent billions on its Watson artificial intelligence product with a focus on cancer care. Sometimes, it didn’t say more than doctors already knew. In other cases, Watson was tripped up by a lack of data in rare or recurring cancers and rapidly evolving treatments.