In retaliation to the $50 billion worth of tariffs announced by the United States, China said it would impose 25 percent import duty on U.S. petroleum goods, sending the WTI crude price crashing.
The “strategic partnership” between Google and Chinese online retailer JD.com, worth over half a billion dollars, was announced by the two companies Monday.
iPhone maker Apple is in talks with an Irish animation studio, Cartoon Saloon, for the distribution rights of an upcoming film for the United States and some other regions, a report said Friday.
The Boring Company will use Elon Musk’s Loop concept to create a public transport system that will take 12 minutes to complete the commute between O’Hare Airport and downtown Chicago.
Researchers from two U.S. universities determined if a country were to actually use nuclear weapons during wartime, it would suffer terribly if the number of warheads fired crossed 100.
Grab is the market leader in the ride-hailing space in Southeast Asia and prior to Toyota’s announcement Wednesday, it had acquired Uber’s regional business in March.
A partial fossilized tooth of Brasilestes stardusti was discovered in Brazil just a month before musician David Bowie died in January 2016, and the mammal’s name is a tribute to Ziggy Stardust.
The industrial production of beef and farmed catfish are the worst foods, in terms of their environmental impact, a study found after looking at almost a decade of data.
While galaxies farther in space and further back in time have been found, this is the first time astronomers have observed — thanks to Hubble Space Telescope — a single star that is 9 billion light-years away.
In a bid to target first-time users and to convert customers of other providers to its own service, telecommunications company Sprint is launching a $15 monthly unlimited plan Friday.
The financial services arm of Samsung, South Korea’s largest conglomerate, Samsung Securities announced Thursday it was setting up a research team to study investment prospects in North Korea.
Previous estimates placed the mass of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, at between 700 billion and 2 trillion solar masses, but a new measurement technique offers a more precise and reliable number.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told the Washington Post on Tuesday the agency was considering handing over the International Space Station to private companies in 2025.
Tesla chairman, CEO and co-founder Elon Musk said at the annual shareholders’ meeting Tuesday he expected the company to make a profit in the July-September quarter, a rarity in its 15-year history.
In retaliation to steel and aluminum tariffs imposed by the United States, Mexico announced a list Tuesday of goods, including U.S. steel, pork and other products, it would levy additional taxes on.
The people of Rapa Nui, also called Easter Island, placed the stone hats — each weighing several tons — from the quarry where they were made on tops of the statues that made the island famous.
The world economy could suddenly lose up to $4 trillion in “stranded” stockpiles of fossil fuels before 2035, even if major nations don’t shift to environment-friendly policies, a study found.
If the experiment at Fermilab and others like it in the future prove the existence of sterile neutrinos, these new-to-science elementary particles would force a rewrite of the Standard Model of Physics.
The global aviation industry has long been known to operate on losses, but the last few years have seen that change, and 2018 will see profits despite rising costs, according to the International Air Transport Association.
The announcement came after the United States’ decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, the European Union and Mexico. Chinese media urged the EU to respond in kind too.