Netflix has been the worst-performing stock of 2022, down 40.3% on the year.
Once again in a desperate salary cap situation, Sean Payton's exit should force the New Orleans Saints to accept the need to rebuild the roster.
The Indiana Pacers signed Lance Stephenson to another 10-day contract on Monday, continuing a long string of transactions.
Archive, which makes harnessing the booming gently-worn apparel resale market for brands easy so they can control their own secondhand fashion destinies, said today that it has raised $8 million with participation from an A-list of fashion insiders.
Boxing fans might want to see a fight for the undisputed heavyweight championship. But for now, Anthony Joshua is a major obstacle for that happening.
Top insights for leaders under 30, based on the forthcoming Leading from the Edge.
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.
Throughout this election, social media has had its fun - from Big Bird to 'Binders Full of Women.'
Forbes' Jeff Bercovici talks about elections coverage.
Last month, I attended the American Geophysical Union meeting in New Orleans, where 26,000 geoscientists convened in person and virtually to share the latest Earth and climate science. Maybe a hundred of those people were there to talk about research on solar geoengineering—the idea of reflecting a fraction of incoming sunlight to cool a warming…Moving to the cloud is all the rage. According to an IDC Survey Spotlight, Experience in Migrating Databases to the Cloud, 63% of enterprises are actively migrating their databases to the cloud, and another 29% are considering doing so within the next three years. This article discusses some of the risks customers may unwittingly encounter…For organizations in today’s complex business environment, data is like water—essential for survival. They need to process, analyze, and act on data to drive business growth—to predict future trends, identify new business opportunities, and respond to market changes faster. Not enough data? Businesses die of thirst. Dirty data? Projects are polluted by “garbage in/garbage out.”…Russia has sent more than 100,000 soldiers to the nation’s border with Ukraine, threatening a war unlike anything Europe has seen in decades. Though there hasn’t been any shooting yet, cyber operations are already underway. Last week, hackers defaced dozens of government websites in Ukraine, a technically simple but attention-grabbing act that generated global headlines.…If you can recognize a dog by sight, then you can probably recognize a dog when it is described to you in words. Not so for today’s artificial intelligence. Deep neural networks have become very good at identifying objects in photos and conversing in natural language, but not at the same time: there are AI…
Source: MIT Technology Review