To the roof! Professional stunt man Ethan Swanson donned an HD Hero3 GoPro while taking a leap off of a Chicago rooftop, and the video is enough to warrant a need to wring your hands out after watching.
1. Argentina Defaults. Argentina defaulted after failing to make $539 million interest payment to a group of hedge funds.
Gripping his mallet, Peng Zhichun gallops towards goal on a Chinese polo field, one of a growing number of the country's wealthy elite discovering the joys of the saddle and the whip.
BNP Paribas on Thursday posted a net quarterly loss of 4.3 billion euros ($5.75 billion), as a record fine for violating US economic sanctions sent it into the red for the first time since 2008.
It's the last day of the month, let's make it special. It will be sunny, with a high in the low 80s here in New York.
Fugitive US intelligence agent Edward Snowden marked on Thursday one year of political asylum in Russia, where he continues to live a life shrouded in mystery amid a dearth of public appearances.
Stocks are down across Europe. Britain's FTSE is down 0.2%. France's CAC 40 is down 0.7%. Germany's DAX is down 1.0%.
Members of an isolated tribe have emerged from the Amazon rainforest and made contact with the outside world in a video released by Brazil's indigenous authority.
Eurozone consumer prices climbed by just 0.4% year-over-year in July. This is the tiniest increase in prices since October 2009.
The unemployment rate in the euro area slipped to 11.5% in June from 11.6% in May. This was marginally better than the 11.6% unemployment rate forecasted by economists.
Everything seemed to be going Adidas' way until the western world clashed with Russia. "[T]he recent trend change in the Russian rouble as well as increasing risks to consumer sentiment and consumer spending from current tensions in the region point to higher risks to the short-term profitability contribution from Russia/CIS," said management in a new statement.
Moscow has tried to hide its support for pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, but some social media posts from a Russian soldier may reveal even more direct involvement in the region.
MobileIron, the enterprise mobile management company that just went public last month, posted strong numbers in its first earnings call as a public company today.
Yelp announced its second-quarter earnings on Wednesday, and the results were better than expected. Net revenue was $88.8 million in the second quarter, which is up 61% from the same quarter last year.
One of the best things about Android is that you can change your phone's theme, add new widgets, and customize your settings whichever way you please.
Typically found protesting outside Planned Parenthood locations and soldiers' funerals, the notorious Westboro Baptist Church is planning a protest tour through the heart of Silicon Valley, Valleywag reports.
Samsung reported a profit decline in its Q2 earnings report Wednesday due to declining smartphone sales.
There's a scene in the 2013 move "The Internship" where the two laid-off sales guys (played by Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson) are asked one of those legendary Google brain teaser interview questions.
A couple of months ago, Microsoft consummated its second-biggest acquisition by buying Nokia for $7.2 billion.
Liberal watchdog group Media Matters published a piece on Monday accusing Washington Post political reporter Chris Cillizza of having a "fixation" with Hillary Clinton's wealth.