"The threat to Uber isn't simply that car companies such as Ford will dominate the self-driving market, but that big automakers will use their dominance to expand into ride-hailing."Read More
"With at least a half a dozen nations vying for the company to list on their exchanges, the plan appeared at first to be working. But now Mohammed Bin Salman, the 31-year-old Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, must walk the frayed tightrope of Middle East politics while seeking to woo competing global superpowers. At the same time, his country continues to fight a brutal, expensive war in Yemen as a global glut in oil reduces the value of his nation's economic crown jewel."Read More
"To conduct its investigation, The Flat Hat collected dozens of public records, interviewed sources with ties to local gangs as well as multiple individuals present at The Crust the night of the incident, reviewed footage of the event taken hours before the shooting, and reached out to police departments in six nearby jurisdictions."Read More
"Cuomo has been on a bit of a boozy tear lately, just recently throwing his support behind drinking while brunching before noon, and this sounds like good news for the local industry.
'Cider makers are actively seeking apple varieties that produce more characterful ciders,” Cider Guide writer Eric West says, “so this funding could have a significant long-term impact on New York’s cider industry.'"Read More
"The gender neutral housing that students have fought to bring on campus for a decade will arrive this fall with an initial group of 38 students — but it may have come far earlier, College of William and Mary President Taylor Reveley said, were it not for an accident of politics involving a transgender Homecoming queen, a nude photography exhibit and an art show featuring the performances of sex workers."Read More
"The delay, which flouted College policy requiring immediate notification, came despite at least 17 members of the facilities management staff being aware of the loss.
The 12-day period in which security precautions were stalled may also have endangered students, raising legal implications, a campus security expert has said."Read More