Trump has “absolute authority” to cite national security concerns in order to impose tariffs on steel imports, Carlos Gutierrez told CNBC.
So much is happening as we approach the end of Q2 — our industry’s busiest quarter, at least by some measures. I’m flying around seeing things but not always able to comment from a middle seat on a red-eye. So this piece is an attempt to catch up and set some markers for the traditionally slower summer. I’ve been searching for a word to describe a new category I see: Service as a Service.
Turns out you use different pitches with different types of people. It’s a matter of dominance.
Researchers have simulated the first system in which particles can be manipulated by a beam of ordinary light. The advance brings us closer to real-world interactions between light and matter at atomic scales.
One co-founder and CEO explains how he rebounded from rock bottom.
A new technology has been created to boost performance of direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs) using high-concentration methanol as fuel, shedding some light on the design of clean and affordable alternative energy sources for portable electric devices.
These false eyelashes glow with tiny LED lights.
Why some entrepreneurs are better off skipping the formal education route.
UberBOAT offers speedboats for up to 12 people.
Note: Amazon Prime’s two-day shipping turnaround is especially popular with customers.
Qatar’s diplomatic crisis is turning into a protracted standoff, and some analysts say armed conflict is a growing risk.
Be your own boss and work in your own house.
Nashville attracting artists and entrepreneurs from across the globe.