A recent Saudi-led airstrike has hit a funeral in Yemen that killed 140 civilians. Planning to halt Saudi's human rights violations using US weaponry, the White House has limited its defense contracts with the country effectively halting precision weapon sales but still continuing vehicle sales and manpower training.
Rex Tillerson is deemed a "Ruthless" CEO after his dealing with the Kurdish administration despite US and Iraqi foreign policy regarding the rogue nation. Named as US Secretary of State, Tillerson continues his controversy due to Exxon's Russian ties on oil and his retirement benefits violating corporate
Even if he reaches the age of 100, only legendary BBC presenter David Attenborough can host "Planet Earth 3." Currently in production, Producer Mike Gunton said it is a crazy idea not to have a third season but it is even crazier to make a "Planet Earth" season in less than 10 years.
For autistic employees, 2017 will be a fruitful year as US companies launch initiatives that allow them to gain permanent employment in huge numbers. Aside from the US, Canada is also pushing its own autism employment initiatives.
Computer Technology innovator AMD is about to unleash its most ambitious and powerful processing core "Ryzen." Running at a base clock of 3.4GHZ with 8 cores and 16 threads, it comes neck-to-neck with Intel's own powerful set of processing cores, particularly the Intel 8C/16T Broadwell-E.
Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods of "The New Day" spears through two "Triple Threat" challenges to claim record against the 80's longest tag-team champion "Demolition." Backstage, WWE's purposeful end to "Demolition's" historic streak could be due to a real-world pending class-action lawsuit.
Syrian regime forces have retaken Aleppo but not without bloodshed. The United Nations and foreign news networks struggle to verify a ceasefire and evacuation agreement between rebels and regimes as America's UN Ambassador condemns Russia, Iran and Syria for harming civilians purposefully during the city's siege.
Singapore's Ministry of Manpower reports that an estimate 13,000 Singaporean workers -- including long time employees -- have been laid off in the last 9 months. Despite high property investments, employment redundancy and a possibility of technological replacement is harming unemployment rates.
Hitmaker Ed Sheeran leaves a bizarre blue photo on his Twitter profile without any message. Fans speculate that it is a huge clue to the theme and eventual release of his newest album in 2017 since 2014's successful album "X."
Facebook is looking for someone with 20 years experience working in the news industry to take care of its public image and influence. It may also be a sign that the executive in question is an editor and curation of posts following Facebook's condemnation for the spread of fake news.
Indian IT companies and others providing outsourcing services see a steep share fall as investors fear US President-Elect Donald Trump's immigration policies. Most Indian tech service providers work with special visa arrangements that the President-Elect dubs as a "misuse."
Universal Studios Japan is to feature a new "world" with game industry giant Nintendo to build the "Super Nintendo World" theme park. The park will be built by 2020 and will open the same year as visitors for the 2020 Japan Olympics arrive in the country.
Viral videos of lost pets circulating online -- along with the conditions of animals in shelters -- has helped many shelter pets find their new homes within 10 days. But new technologies including website management and social media are crucial to implementing the message across interested parties.
Japan animated hit by Director and Writer Makoto Shinkai "Kimi no Nawa" or "Your Name" becomes number one for two weeks in China's box office ahead of Mel Gibson's periodic war film "Hacksaw Ridge" and Chinese local romance film "Suddenly Seventeen."
Newest Facebook glitch shows posts made in the last few months with new dates. Many feared it as a "hack" or "stalker" activity -- but it was only Facebook's feature functioning erroneously creating new posts using existing posts.
Troubled companies with "toxic" personnel should consider giving them proper counsel and solutions. Even the best-performing assets of the company can become "toxic" at some point without proper incentive and stress management.
"Pulp Fiction" and Dubai International Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Awardee Samuel L. Jackson expressed his displeasure on cultural diversity in Hollywood and the rise of "Oscar bait" films. He cited Will Smith's "Collateral Beauty" as having the components of a perfect Oscar Bait.
Renowned audio equipment manufacturer Bose and its "Hearphones" will allow you to hear certain frequencies that concentrate on a person's voice or ambient music through the use of directional microphones and specialized equalization controlled through your smartphone.
Producers of highly-rated series "Westworld" Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy knew HBO could fulfill their ambitions with its experience from its successful gritty medieval fantasy "Game of Thrones." The producers said production-wise in all technical aspects, the channel knew what to do.
New tabletop card game involves "Harry Potter" characters building their magic through abilities and skills players choose and personally acquire. Game will involve the entire "Potterverse's" seven-year story and signature nemeses including "Voldemort."