Justin Verlander’s Injury A Reminder The New York Mets Aren’t Yet A Superteam
With players such as unicorn Shohei Ohtani and Korean superstar Jung-hoo Lee likely to hit the open market next winter, Steve Cohen would surely like this to be the final season in which the Mets are not a superteam.
English Wine Gets A Boost From Chapel Down’s Accelerating Sales
The biggest British winery has also set the pace in terms of operating profit which has jumped by more than 50%.
Signals From Philippines Bode Well For Asia Amid Banking Crisis
As Asia worries about a 2008 global crisis redux, signals from the Philippines offer hope the region is better positioned than thought to withstand shocks from the West.
Anthony Volpe’s Debut Highlights New York Yankees’ Season Opener
Anthony Volpe's major league debut was among the highlights for the Yankees in their season opener.
Indiana Pacers Waive Travelin Queen, Sign Gabe York To Two-Way Deal
The Indiana Pacers moved on from Trevelin Queen this week so they could add Gabe York to their roster. Here's why.
Three Tips for Leaders Under 30
Top insights for leaders under 30, based on the forthcoming Leading from the Edge.
Petraeus: What Does His Future Hold?
A look at his prospects after his fall in disgrace from a pinnacle of fame and achievement.
Mike Ozanian and Rick Ungar discuss the future political implications of Obama's win.
Five Pivotal Social Media Election Moments
Throughout this election, social media has had its fun - from Big Bird to 'Binders Full of Women.'
Best And Worst Places For Election Coverage
Forbes' Jeff Bercovici talks about elections coverage.
The Download: sleeping in VR, and promising clean energy projectsThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Inside the cozy but creepy world of VR sleep rooms People are gathering in virtual spaces to relax, and even sleep, with their headsets on. VR sleep rooms are becoming popular among people…
Inside the conference where researchers are solving the clean-energy puzzleThis article is from The Spark, MIT Technology Review’s weekly climate newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Wednesday, sign up here. I spent last week in Washington, DC, and when I wasn’t fawning over the cherry blossoms, I was soaking up all the newest and wildest ideas in energy. The Advanced Research Projects Agency…
Inside the cozy but creepy world of VR sleep roomsLo-fi chill music was playing in the distance. Shooting stars sliced through the sparkling galaxy overhead. I was defying physics, hovering in space, on my back. Relaxed, I yawned and stretched, my fist punching a pillow that I had forgotten about. I was, of course, not in space. Physically, I was on a chaise in…
Evolutionary organizations reimagine the futureAs the emergence of radically disruptive technologies over the last decades has created, destroyed, or fundamentally changed many business models, most organizations have undergone some kind of digital transformation in response. Many have been reluctant, however, to acknowledge the degree to which they need to disrupt their standard way of working to succeed in this…
The Download: China’s retro AI photos, and experts’ AI fearsThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Chinese creators use Midjourney’s AI to generate retro urban “photography” Across social media, a number of creators are generating nostalgic photographs of China with the help of AI. Even though these images get…
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What we learned on a wild MLB Opening Day 2023
Ohtani calls own pitches, K's 10 in Angels loss
In race for No. 1 seed, Celtics beat Bucks by 41
Richardson flips after flashing arm for NFL execs
Biden lauds Hamlin's 'courage' in W.H. meeting
Rutschman carries O's in historic 5-for-5 opener
Bruins wrap up Presidents' Trophy with OT win