Legendary singer and songwriter Bob Dylan sold his complete body of recorded work to Sony Music Entertainment’s Columbia Records.
Johnson & Johnson estimates that its one-dose COVID-19 vaccine will bring in up to $3.5 billion in sales this year.
Investors are spending millions on land in the metaverse, and according to a predictive analysis from artificial intelligence startup NWO, the craze will not settle down as the year goes on.
A four-vehicle car crash that actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was included in sent a woman to the hospital on a Friday afternoon in Los Angeles.
United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres denounced the fatal airstrike that killed dozens of people in Yemen.
A recent study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests more evidence towards how the COVID vaccine affects fertility.
President Joe Biden’s aim to amplify vaccination rates has endured more complications.
Singapore’s conservative makeup seemingly coaxed Samsung into removing an advertisement depicting a Muslim mother with her drag-queen son.
The Omicron variant is still shrouded with uncertainty.
The fitness company continues to slump in 2022.
As Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the United Kingdom will ease its COVID protocols, major banks such as Goldman Sachs and HSBC have asked their employees to return to offices.
Crypto.com verified Thursday that millions were stolen in a hack this week.
It appears that not every tech expert is impressed by the metaverse.
Disney announced it is forming an international content subdivision as it looks to keep expanding its global subscribers.
Many factors have left employees voluntarily resigning from their work at unprecedented rates in what is known as "The Great Resignation".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that face coverings will no longer be obligatory in public places and COVID passports will be discontinued.
The WHO emphasized Tuesday that omicron will not be the last variant, stressing that the pandemic is “nowhere near over.”
Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson has filed two lawsuits against Apple for continuing to use its 5G patents.
Goldman Sachs reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings.
In an effort to eliminate deceptive crypto marketing, the United Kingdom is instituting legislation to make official financial advertisements include cryptocurrency.
The Nintendo Switch is turning five this year, and its momentum isn’t letting up. Here is a look at the five most anticipated Switch games that will release in 2022.
The excitement around meme stocks is dwindling as attention is beginning to shift to companies specializing in metaverses
On Friday, the agency made changes to mask guidelines.
As competition grows, Netflix announced it's increasing its monthly subscription price.
After various theaters finally reopened in late 2021, it seems the curtain is closing on a few more productions due to Covid-19.
Rio de Janeiro’s mayor Eduardo Paes expressed his desire for the city to become the digital money capital of Brazil as he intends to apportion 1% of treasury reserves in cryptocurrency.
Google bought an eye-catching building in central London, symbolizing its belief in its future as a workspace.
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic’s participation in the Australian Open is up in the air after the country canceled his visa once again.
US - Russia Relations: Top Kremlin Official Won't Rule Out Troops In Cuba, Venezuela Amid Ukraine Crisis
As talks with the United States over Ukraine remain futile, Russia has clarified it does not reject the idea of implementing military hardware in Venezuela and Cuba if the West increases enmity.
New antiviral COVID pills that were meant to have an enormous impact against the virus are in short supply, and so far have not reached expectations.