Lyft just partnered with West Coast Customs, the car shop that used to pimp out rides for MTV's "Pimp My Ride" show, for its new "Lyft Plus" premium service.
Silicon Valley investors and startups are trying to improve our food. Do they bring anything to the table?
SolarCity is up 7% after hours after reporting strong quarterly revenue and guidance.
Sir Richard Branson to develop hypersonic commercial planes that could travel up to 19,000mph, flying from New York to Tokyo in ONE HOUR
U.S. automaker Ford has halted operations in Venezuela on Monday due to a lack of foreign currency to import parts for assembly, workers at its plant said.
In San Francisco last week, I met up with an old Facebook source, and we got to talking about who the social network's biggest ad clients are.
It's an interesting time in the auto industry:
Last week, Twitter's Q1 earnings report sent its stock tumbling to an all-time low, even though the company beat analysts' revenue expectations and reported a nice increase in how frequently Twitter users engage with the platform.
Ambri raises money to build a commercial-scale factory for batteries that promise low-cost, multi-hour energy storage for the grid.
Colorado lawmakers on Friday passed a bill that if enacted would lead to the first marijuana financial system in the United States, potentially granting legal cannabis businesses access to the Federal Reserve's money transaction system.
The internet knows a lot about you. It takes outlaw tactics to opt out.
Banks Create Money Out of Thin Air … Conferring Enormous Windfall Profits At the Expense of the People
The last time Goldman Sachs urged clients to "sell", it was gold - and in the next quarter, they were the largest acquirer of the precious metal via ETFs.
Economists have begun seriously discussing the idea of banning banks. That seems ridiculous and far-fetched, but the idea might not be as crazy as it sounds.
We’ve pointed out for 4 1/2 years that banks create money out of thin air.
The Silk Road, for all its clever uses of security protections like Tor and Bitcoin to protect the site’s lucrative drug trade, still offered its enemies a single point of failure.
A startup uses sound waves to create touch sensations out of thin air.
The embattled American consumer can't seem to catch a break. Gas prices remain high, electric rates are rising, clothing is becoming more expensive, school debt is piling up, taxes are climbing, healthcare costs have not come down and food prices --
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McDonald's customer traffic problem is getting worse.
Bikers, hikers, campers and anyone else interested in the potential of carrying around lightweight, powdered alcohol that only needs a little water to become a cocktail now have reason to be excited about a new product called Palcohol – so long as it
Americans sit through some 11 million meetings every day — with the unproductive ones costing companies $37 billion a year.
General Mills Retracts Controversial New Legal Policy Following Customer Backlash [THE BRIEF]
In Puerto Rico, 45 percent of the population lives in poverty, and the unemployment rate is a solid 15 percent.
Credit card companies know there’s no free lunch, but they’re letting more customers get a taste as an enticement by gouging their existing card members.
Head-up displays, cordless smartphone charging, and more
TV and movie audiences have known for years that streaming services provide an on-demand viewing experience, but a new report has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Hulu and Netflix are now a legitimate threat for traditional cable companies.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched a cargo to the International Space Station today at 3:25pm ET, and then turned around and flew back to a soft landing in the Atlantic Ocean. The cargo, flown on a Dragon capsule, will reach the station on Sunday mor
At the Project Ara Developer’s Conference in Santa Clara, California, the moment of unveiling was a bit of a letdown.
An unsuspecting couple meets Morpheus at a valet stand.