• YouTubers are making millions crushing, sanding, and destroying things - Insider

    Katherine Tangalakis-Lippert

    Clips of hydraulic press machines crushing cars and industrial shredders destroying appliances have garnered massive audiences and profits online.

  • Chinese drone maker DJI is dominating the market – despite being blacklisted by the U.S. - CNBC


    The world's biggest drone maker, DJI, is one of many companies that has found its products used on the battlefield during Russia's invasion of Ukraine. DJI's meteoric rise is an impressive feat for a Chinese brand – one of the few that has succeeded on the gl…

  • Stock futures slide to start week with more earnings and a Powell speech ahead - CNBC

    John Melloy

    U.S. stock futures were lower to start trading as investors awaited more earnings and an important speech from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.

  • Time to buy the tech rally? Wall Street pros weigh in with their top stock picks - CNBC

    Zavier Ong

    As investors turn increasingly bullish on tech, here's where Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo and a slew of fund managers advise putting your money.

  • Stock Markets: January's U.S. jobs reports is stunningly good - CNBC

    Yeo Boon Ping

    January’s U.S. jobs report is so stunningly good that it looks bad for investors hoping for an interest rate pause.

  • Asia markets mixed as U.S. jobs report hints at room for more hikes; Adani saga continues - CNBC

    Jihye Lee

    Investors digested a stronger-than-expected jobs report from the U.S. worrying investors the Federal Reserve has room for more interest rate hikes.

  • Public Storage Bids for Rival in Unsolicited $11 Billion Offer - WSJ - The Wall Street Journal

    Lauren Thomas

    The smaller rival, Life Storage, rebuffed the company’s overtures in December and January

  • 'This is not free food!': Over 250 people fight over discarded food at Austin H-E-B, constable says - KSAT San Antonio

    Cody King

    A days-long power outage and a misleading social media post led to hundreds of people fighting over food at an H-E-B on the Southeast Side of Austin, according to Travis County Constable George Morales III.

  • Elon Musk says Twitter ‘trending to breakeven’ after near bankruptcy - CNBC

    Ashley Capoot

    Elon Musk tweeted Sunday that the last few months have been "extremely tough," but said that Twitter is "now trending to break even."

  • If You Invested $100 In Shiba Inu When The Coin Launched, Here's How Much You'd Have Now - Benzinga

    Chris Katje

    Cryptocurrency Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB) has built a loyal following of fans and investors since launching in August 2020. Here’s a look at how much money people who got in at the start have made.

  • Adani given no favour, oppn is being hypocritical, says Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman - Indiatimes.com


    India Business News: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday dismissed charges of the government favouring the Adani Group, arguing that everything was awarded throu

  • SpaceX will attempt Starship orbital test in March, says Elon Musk - Engadget


    SpaceX could attempt to complete Starship’s long-awaited orbital test flight as early as next month, according to Elon Musk.

  • Italy sounds alarm on large-scale computer hacking attack - Reuters


    Thousands of computer servers around the world have been targeted by a ransomware hacking attack, Italy's National Cybersecurity Agency (ACN) said on Sunday, warning organisations to take action to protect their systems.

  • What Happened To The First Boeing 747 Ever Built? - Simple Flying

    Charlotte Seet

    From test flying in the skies to being parked at an open-air display lot, here's what happened to N7470.

  • Egg prices too high? Here are some alternatives - FOX 9 Minneapolis-St. Paul


    Eggs are pricey and can be tricky to find right now. The owner of Frosted With Care, Trisha Stulz, shares substitutes you can use in place of eggs.Subscribe ...

  • Super Bowl LVI was crypto's coming out party. This year, the party's over - CNN

    Allison Morrow

    Super Bowl LVI was the crypto world's coming out party. Buzzy firms made bold pitches last year, and shelled out millions of dollars on ads encouraging viewers not to be afraid of this new-fangled digital investment — and for God's sake don't miss out on this…

  • Elon Musk says bots with 'good content' can use Twitter's API for free - The Verge

    Emma Roth

    Elon Musk says Twitter will let bots “providing good content” use a write-only version of the platform’s API for free. Otherwise, developers will have to pay to access the API starting February 9th.

  • FTX Asks Politicians Who Received Bankman-Fried Donations to Return Money - CoinDesk

    Danny Nelson

    The “confidential letters” escalate a fight over what could be $93 million in campaign contributions.

  • This Valentines' Day, propose at Cracker Barrel and you might just win free food for a year - CNN

    Zoe Sottile

    Love is in the air -- and it smells like Cracker Barrel.

  • China's oil demand bounce may push producers to reconsider output, IEA says - Reuters


    Oil producers may have to reconsider their output policies following a demand recovery in China, the world's second-largest oil consumer, the International Energy Agency's Executive Director Fatih Birol said on Sunday.