Daily Archives: October 16, 2013
World Energy Congress, Daegu, Korea, 16 October 2013: Energy ministers from China, Russia, and Canada said on Wednesday that proactive government policies and robust investment are key pillars meeting soaring global demand.
The Giant Pacific Octopus is, in the words of a Seattle conservationist, a “glamour animal.” It is also tasty. Therein lies the conflict.
The latest study of alirocumab, a potentially powerful cholesterol fighter, appears to bolster previous results that it cut cholesterol levels by about half in a clinical trial.
Staff members at the Catalina Island Marine Institute are calling the carcass of an 18-foot oarfish the discovery of a lifetime.
Women in Africa face long delays in treatment, a problem that Uganda is hoping to confront with a new hospital and clinic.
Many doctors worry about the risks of prescription gels that are increasingly being sold as lifestyle products, to raise dipping levels of the male sex hormone as men age.
The world’s largest technology services company, reported third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates but it missed revenue expectations.
A robotic bartender will soon join a group of gadgets to help you throw a holiday or tailgate party to remember.
Teenagers will now be able to post items that can be seen by the public, making it easier for the social network to turn a post into an ad that can be shown widely.
The Latin American telecommunications giant owned by Carlos Slim Helú was effectively blocked by a foundation that exercised an option giving it a nearly 50 percent stake in KPN.
Has the elusive street artist Banksy finally joined the social Web?
The decision, disclosed in an amended prospectus, gives the market operator a piece of the year’s highest-profile initial public offering.
Waywire, the troubled online video start-up that embarrassed Cory A. Booker during his Senate campaign, is set to be acquired the same week as Mr. Booker’s special election.