1. Say goodbye to the individual investor on Wall Street. Whatever positive impression they had of the IPO market and the stock market in general was just torched to the ground. When everyone you know associated with the stock market is telling you and the media is confirming that this could be a huge IPO that will make money for those lucky enough to get shares and the opposite happens, goodnight.
Artist Jordan Waraksa creates wooden furniture featuring old pipes, barn wood, bridge gear and kinetic sculptures that echo the industrial revolution.
He’s been dubbed the next Mark Zuckerberg.
A six-year-old, gap-toothed entrepreneur impressed the crowds at Seattle Startup Weekend held May 18-20 with his business pitch: GapTooth Stickers.
The youngest person to ever present at the Seattle startup event, Ashwin Gowland explained that his stickers could be placed on anything from clothing to fruit to toys and dissolve off the products with water.
Sweetened condensed milk is an essential ingredient in conventional Vietnamese coffee.
Olson Kundig Architects founded this Idaho cabin on low maintenance materials — steel, concrete block, concrete floors and plywood— in harmony with the idea of a traditional cabin. Moreover, the architects integrated a massive window-wall (20′ x 30′), exposing the entire living space to the lake and forest.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Opening a new, entrepreneurial era in spaceflight, a ship built by a billionaire businessman sped toward the International Space Station with a load of groceries and other supplies after a spectacular middle-of-the-night blastoff.
The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket and its unmanned Dragon capsule marked the first time a commercial spacecraft has been sent to the orbiting outpost.
NEW DELHI — A western Indian state has declared war on animal poaching by sanctioning its forest guards to shoot hunters on sight in an effort to curb rampant attacks against tigers, elephants and other wildlife.
The government in Maharashtra says injuring or killing suspected poachers will no longer be considered a crime.
Forest guards should not be “booked for human rights violations when they have taken action against poachers,” Maharashtra Forest Minister Patangrao Kadam said Tuesday.
The hype surrounding Facebook (s fb) has rapidly turned sour since the company went public in a media frenzy last Friday. Its share price is collapsing and regulators are investigating allegations that Facebook's big bank partners withheld key insider information.
Now, Reuters reports that shareholders have filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court. The suit claims that Facebook and the banks wrongfully concealed weak growth forecasts, leading to shareholders over-paying for the stock when it debuted last Friday.
It's the masterstroke of a recent ad campaign for Brazilian juice company Camp Nectar, thought up by the creative agency AGE Isobar as a way to highlight the fact that the company's juice is all natural.
While we don't make a habit out of covering every iteration of the Google Doodle, today's version is especially awesome. The doodle is celebrating the birth date of Dr. Robert Moog, the inventor of the electronic analog Moog Synthesizer. The what?, you may ask. The synthesizer was an instrument Moog created in the mid-1960's, which took the music world by storm, and was picked up by artists like The Beatles, The Doors, Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk, and others.
The maker of Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, Baz Luhrmann, is currently directing The Great Gatsby, based on F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s classic book of the same name. The film is set to be released to cinemas on December 25, 2012, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire. This undoubtedly looks promising!