In its latest monthly report, Société Générale's asset allocation team argues the U.S. stock market will be "at best flat over coming few quarters, not forgetting risk of short-term correction." The firm expects the yield on the 10-year U.S.
Tesla's stock has been getting crushed lately in the wake of three separate incidents where a Model S has caught on fire, but one of those owners has taken to the company blog to defend Tesla and vowed he would "buy another one in a heartbeat." Just two days after his car caught fire in Smyrna, Tennessee — the third Model S fire in the past six weeks — Dr.
Warning: If you haven't seen "Thor: The Dark World," there are huge spoilers ahead! If you're heading out to see the "Thor" sequel this weekend, stay around after the film is over for not one, but two extra scenes.
Full (and proud) disclosure: I—like my mother before me, as a matter of fact!—am an alumna of the University of California at Berkeley.
Mark Wahlberg stars in the new trailer for "Lone Survivor," written and directed by Peter Berg. Based on actual events of the failed June 2005 mission "Operation Red Wings," the film tells the story of four Navy SEALS who were tasked with the mission to capture or kill Taliban leader Ahmad Shahd — but only one survived.
Some interesting thoughts here from BofA quant strategist Savita Subramanian on what will work, investment-wise, during the next market cycle.
South Korea is a technology powerhouse with nationwide broadband and electronics companies pumping out tons of cool products, but some lawmakers are trying to change a 14-year-old law that has them hanging on to Internet Explorer as the web browser of choice, The Washington Post reported earlier this week.
A new book called "I Wonder What It Feels Like To Be Dyslexic" is aimed at helping regular readers understand what it feels like to struggle with reading.
On Tuesday, I had my first chance to get behind the wheel of the Tesla Model S. A few hours after my drive, the automaker issued a less than perfect earnings report, driving its stock down more than 12%.
A man buried alive in a Sao Paulo cemetery has been rescued by emergency workers, after a woman visiting her family tomb heard groaning noises and reported the discovery to authorities, The UK Independent reports.
ON NOVEMBER 5th, India’s space organisation, ISRO, launced a rocket carrying a small, unmanned spacecraft, the Mangalyaan (“Mars vehicle”).
Super Typhoon Haiyan, possibly the strongest storm to ever make landfall, ripped through the central Philippines on Friday and Saturday, killing at least 1,200 people, according to a preliminary estimate from the Red Cross. Haiyan is now headed across the South China Sea toward Vietnam as a Category 3 storm, according to meteorologist Jeff Masters.
A Morgan Stanley private wealth manager is being accused of secretly filming three different women he was having sex with, The New York Daily News reports.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took a ride in several self-driving vehicles on the public roads in the capital on Saturday, showcasing the technology ahead of Tokyo Motor Show.
As the search for a non-verbal 14-year-old extends beyond New York City, there are still a lot of questions about how Avonte Oquendo's school lost him in the first place.
One of the most important things a new sports franchise can do to bring in fans is package itself with a dynamic color scheme and a hip, cool logo.
Here's a very cool video from Wired, in which Yasuhiro Ootori, director of Sony's engineering department, goes through the PlayStation 4's guts piece by piece.
Two Russian cosmonauts — flight engineers Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazanskiy — took the unlit Olympic torch on a spacewalk for the first time in history on Saturday. The Olympic torch arrived at the space station on Thursday on the Soyuz spacecraft, also carrying three new crew members.
Google is great. That's not a secret. But the search giant can do more than you think. For example, did you know you could make your Google Translator beatbox in German?
To quote its creators, TinCan is "ridiculous." It's an Android app most easily described as "Twitter without the Internet," sending messages from one phone to another without a connection to a larger system.