As tenants stop paying and shrink their offices, commercial real estate is cratering. Commercial real estate is in trouble, and turbulence in the $15 trillion market is threatening to bleed over into the broader financial system just as the U.S. struggles to emerge from a recession.
We’re too fried to deal with fussy decor at home. All we really want are soft, simple things. Designers have responded with what one expert is calling ‘warm minimalism.’ 6 minute ReadCOVID-19 has killed maximalism.
Just a year since announcing The Climate Pledge, Amazon is excited to reveal its first custom electric delivery vehicle, designed and built in partnership with Rivian.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will one day keep human beings around in the same way we keep plants, a scientist has claimed.
The car of the future is a skateboard, and whatever you want goes on top. 4 minute ReadElectric vehicles are incredible.
For over six years, one Wikipedia user—AmaryllisGardener—has written well over 23,000 articles on the Scots Wikipedia and done well over 200,000 edits. The only problem is that AmaryllisGardener isn’t Scottish, they don’t speak Scots, and none of their articles are written in Scots.
Each Blok in the system is a standardized, modular housing component assembled entirely in our manufacturing facility and designed to be stacked, combined, and connected to create prosperous communities.
By Aaron Holm and Nelson Del Rio, Co-CEOs, Blokable Inc. This post is part of a series exploring the root causes of the U.S. housing crisis and how private and public sector collaboration can chart a different course.
Brands pay millions to get soccer’s biggest players to endorse them. But Burger King realized that they didn’t need to do that. A year ago, they found Stevenage F.C. — a team at the bottom of English football’s lowest league — became their sponsors. Because they knew that if their logo wa
Scientists from MIT have found a way to implant ideas on the minds of people as they fall asleep to create bizarre and abstract dreams. The researchers used the targeted dream incubation to guide people’s dreams towards particular themes by repeating information during the first stage of sleep.
Draftkings looks legit. But Draftkings could have been a true IPO. The SPAC wrapper was beside the point. Chamath and Ackman will probably do something legit, those guys usually find a way to win. Maybe a few others. The rest are / will be garbage. My first impression was right.
Yelp on Wednesday released its latest Economic Impact Report, revealing business closures across the U.S. are increasing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic’s economic toll. As of Aug, 31, 163,735 businesses have indicated on Yelp that they have closed.
Back in 2018, Microsoft sunk an entire data center to the bottom of the Scottish sea, plunging 864 servers and 27.6 petabytes of storage 117 feet deep in the ocean.
The team is now preparing for what they claim will be the world’s first human clinical trials of a bionic eye — and are asking for additional funding to eventually manufacture it on a global scale.
Mark Gurman put together a nice rundown of Apple’s executive leadership for Bloomberg last week. I feel like it’s better thought of (and would have been better presented) as a directory, not as a story. A who’s-who guide to Apple’s executive leadership.
Humans aren’t the only ones to have had their travel plans ruined by the coronavirus. A robot-powered boat that was due to cross the Atlantic this month has been forced to delay its voyage until next April after the virus caused complications in its development.
Fifteen years ago, Steven Charlier, chair of management at Georgia Southern University in the US, had a hunch that in-person charisma and leadership skills don’t translate virtually. “Before I became an academic, I worked for IBM for a number of years on a lot of virtual teams,” he says.