Tony Armstrong has broken hearts across Australia after hard launching his new girlfriend on social media. Read more.
Amber Heard previously said director Zack Snyder helped convince her to take her 'Aquaman' role
ALAMEDA, Calif., November 29, 2023--Sila, a next-generation battery materials company, today announced it has begun building out its first, auto-scale manufacturing plant, Sila Moses Lake, located in Washington state. This construction milestone affirms a 2025 start for the first commercial production of its breakthrough Titan Silicon™ anode at the plant. Sila is also investing in workforce development through partnerships with local technical schools to ensure a strong talent base to support it
While it's no surprise Taylor Swift dominated globally, the Aussie-specific stats might surprise you. Read more.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley is not minimizing the tests ahead for her high-scoring, top-ranked Gamecocks, even though their true road games this season won't be nearly as far as their opener in Paris. “Yeah, it's a huge challenge,” Staley said Wednesday. Staley said her male practice players — she calls them “The Highlighters” — did a good job this week pushing her team to get to another level.
Prince Harry and Meghan claimed a royal had questioned their son’s skin colour in 2021
Inaba dishes on the emotional shoutout to Len Goodman and the unprecedented conclusion to the latest episode.
MIDLAND, Texas, November 29, 2023--MCM Energy Partners, LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Chitwood to President. Mr. Chitwood has been with MCM since 2015 serving as Vice President of Land. Matt directs and oversees a team of landmen, reservoir engineers, and geologists that are specialized in building operated acreage positions that result in best-in-class development projects for MCM.
Republicans unlikely to back Democratic resolution to oust Santos, instead looking to GOP Ethics panel chair to take action
The DuPont Co. and two spin-off firms will pay $110 million to the state of Ohio to settle a lawsuit over environmental threats from toxic chemicals used at a former DuPont facility in neighboring West Virginia, the companies said Wednesday. The settlement involving DuPont, the Chemours Co. and Corteva Inc. resolves Ohio’s claims relating to releases of manmade, fluorinated compounds known as PFAS.
Mortgage holders could be in for some rate relief in 2024, with the OECD predicting rates will hold and then drop.
HOUSTON, November 29, 2023--Oceaneering Announces Release of 2023 Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures [TCFD] Report
"I've made some real friendships that I cherish," the history-making Housewife said on Instagram Wednesday
For all the summer aspirations of competing for a title, the Cardinals were adjusting to Jeff Brohm, a native son and program great who accepted his alma mater’s second overture last December four years after turning it down while building Purdue into a Big Ten contender.
The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star opens up in PEOPLE's latest cover story about her Stage 4 cancer diagnosis and the aftermath of her brain surgery in January
SYDNEY, November 29, 2023--Exabeam today announced the successful completion of an IRAP assessment at the Protected level for the Exabeam Security Operations Platform.
BOCA RATON, Fla., November 29, 2023--The ODP Corporation to Present at the Noble Capital Markets’ Nineteenth Annual Emerging Growth Equity Conference Monday, December 4th, 2023
TORONTO, November 29, 2023--CI Financial announces the Ontario Securities Commission has granted an exemptive relief order permitting it to extend its substantial issuer bid.
Shares of the Bozeman, Montana-based company surged nearly 7% in after-hours trading. Spending on cloud-related software has been on the rise as more companies seek to benefit from an AI-linked rally in the technology sector over the past year. Snowflake expects product revenue for the fourth quarter to be in the range of $716 million to $721 million, which is above analysts' average estimate of $700.3 million, according to data from LSEG.
New York state could suffer more frequent and severe power outages during prolonged cold snaps as electricity demand surges and renewable energy grows in the next decade, a study by the state's grid operator found on Wednesday. The New York Independent System Operator's (NYISO) 2023-2032 reliability plan also flagged risks to New York City's power supply from any unplanned delays in the construction of new power lines that is expected to finish in spring 2026.