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We take a look at the new Razer Huntsman V2 TKL and how it compares to 2019's Razer Huntsman TE.
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Horace Luke, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Gogoro joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the company's move to go public via SPAC and outlook for growth
Reece James revealed on Thursday that burglars broke into his house and stole his Champions League winners' medal while he was playing for Chelsea in a European tie this week.
Working in English for the first time, Japanese auteur Sion Sono's greatness gets lost in the translation
First responders in Menifee, California, lined up on a highway overpass on September 15 to salute US Marines coming home from Afghanistan.Footage released by the City of Menifee shows first responders, including police officers and firefighters, honoring members of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Division, based out of Camp Pendleton, about 35 miles from Menifee.Nine marines and a navy sailor attached to the unit were among 13 US service members killed in a suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport on August 26, the Los Angeles Times reported. Credit: City of Menifee-City Hall via Storyful
Amid fervent spending from the back-to-school season and a bounceback in hiring, the consumer discretionary sector is poised to boom. According to Cowen Senior Research Analyst Oliver Chen, there are several retail stocks investors should keep an eye on.
In 1978, Elvis Costello looked at a society’s collective eagerness to move on to the next thing and snipped, “This is your punishment: You’re last year’s model.” Stick around for another 43 years, though, and you may find out that this is your reward: There’s a sort of brand new version of his classic sophomore […]
The pace of climate change has not been slowed down by the global health crisis.The United Nations made the declaration on Thursday (September 16), adding that the world is still behind in its battle to cut carbon emissions.Petteri Taalas is Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization."There has been classically thinking that perhaps in the future something may happen, but it's obvious that we have to start acting already now, if we want to reach the low limit of Paris agreement."The WMO said lockdowns and other restriction measures only led to a temporary downturn in CO2 emissions last year.It added there is a rising chance the world will miss a target set in 2015's Paris Agreement, where global powers agreed to reduce global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius above pre-industrial levels.The WMO also talked about recent freak weather events."In western Germany that was very unusual and led also to almost 200 casualties and, because of climate change, these kinds of events that used to happen every hundred years, they may happen nowadays every 20 years and, in the future, even more often. So, the risk of this kind of event is growing because of climate change."The U.N. said concentrations of major greenhouse gases like CO2, methane and nitrous oxide continued to rise in 2020 and the first half of this year.The average global temperature for the past five years was among the highest on record.The U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a statement the results were an "alarming appraisal of just how far off course we are."
Prince Harry and Meghan graced the cover of Time magazine's annual 100 most influential people in the world issue.The two quit heir royal duties in 2020 and moved from Britain to California to build an independent life, launching their Archewell Foundation, as well as cutting lucrative deals for producing TV shows and a podcast.Time magazine editor in chief Edward Felsenthal said the 100 list featuresextraordinary leaders who in a year of crisis have leaped into the fray.The 100 list, which isn’t ranked, named 54 women.Among them - Olympic gymnast Simone Biles."So, being on the Time 100 list is very huge, never in a million years did I think I would make the list, especially after the long year and the crazy success at the Olympics. So, I'm very honored.// For years, for my professional career, I've only ever been congratulated for winning, and now it's like, for being a human, for being vulnerable. It's not what I'm used to, but it's been nice that they still acknowledge what I've done, what I've, what I've been going through and what I've overcome."Singers Britney Spears and Billie Eilish were also honored.(Billie Eilish) "It feels like such an honor to be an honoree. It's like very exciting and cool and, you know, because it's not like how I think of myself, really. And so, I am very flattered."It also featured political figures such as Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Donald Trump.
Billionaire Ray Dalio said regulators will try to 'kill' Bitcoin if it gains mainstream success. Yahoo Finance's David Hollerith weighs in.
Genius Media, the widely used lyrics-database company formerly known as Rap Genius, has been acquired by app and internet media holding company MediaLab for $80 million. Genius confirmed its agreement to sell the company to MediaLab. “MediaLab’s commitment to investing in artists and fan-driven communities makes them the ideal partner to propel Genius forward,” Genius […]
British journalist Piers Morgan has signed a deal with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp and Fox News Media to host a new global television show, the companies announced on Thursday.
The stretchy, breathable mesh expands over your foot like a sock.
Ines Ferre joins Brian Sozzi to discuss SpaceX’s historic all-civilian crew launch into orbit and what this feat could mean for the advancement in space travel.
Microsoft and Adobe are diving into the battle against deepfake technology, with a $26 million investment into image verification startup Truepic, pointing to the growing threat brought on by digitally altered photos and videos.
"When we're talking about children being safe and children being spared the abuse that I and so many others endured, we want answers."
Seth Carpenter, Morgan Stanley Global Chief Economist, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how the global economy is faring amid the pandemic and break down what the Fed's tapering plans could look like in 2021.
Anjalee Khemlani joins Brian Sozzi and Emily McCormick to break down the latest COVID vaccine news, including the scientific community remaining mixed on the need for COVID booster shots and LA County's new order requiring proof of vaccination to enter bars and nightclubs.