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- Salto-1P Is the Most Amazing Jumping Robot We've Ever Seen June 29, 2017The extreme saltatorial skills of this "hyper-aggressive pogo-stick" will amaze youEvan Ackerman
- Driverless Tech Startups Are Driving Past a Trillion-Dollar Opportunity June 29, 2017Millions of conventional cars rolling off assembly lines today could benefit from automated driving technologies. But where are the startups to build those systems?Shahin Farshchi
- Vaccination: The Best Return on Investment June 28, 2017How good is the return? Try 44-fold—yep, that’s 4,400 percentVaclav Smil
- Qudits: The Real Future of Quantum Computing? June 28, 2017Qudits can have 10 or more quantum states simultaneously compared to just two for qubitsCharles Q. Choi
- Hedge Funds Look to Machine Learning, Crowdsourcing for Competitive Advantage June 28, 2017Hedge funds are testing new quantitative strategies that could supplant traditional fund managersAmy Nordrum
- Salto-1P Is the Most Amazing Jumping Robot We've Ever Seen June 29, 2017
- S&P, Dow set to open slightly higher as banks get Fed boost
- Walgreens scraps Rite Aid takeover, to buy half its stores
- U.S. first quarter GDP growth revised higher on consumer spending uptick
- Britain says Fox bid for Sky risks giving Murdoch too much power
- 'Hammer, hammer, hammer': Canada lobbies U.S. before NAFTA talks
- High-tech dashboards signal big changes for auto parts suppliers
- Western Digital says Toshiba's actions in chip spat harm customers
- Stuttgart prosecutors probe Porsche, Bosch about diesel emissions
- Reuters poll: Small upside for U.S. stocks in second half, worries loom
- U.S. first-quarter GDP growth revised up to 1.4 percent
- Podcast: The Italian bailout job
- Can the fund-management industry deliver a better deal for investors?
- The Federal Reserve risks truncating a recovery with room to run
- Investors snap up Argentina’s 100-year bonds
- Fund managers rarely outperform the market for long
- Finland tests a new form of welfare
- Why the falling oil price isn’t hurting markets
- Klarna, a Swedish fintech unicorn, gets a full banking licence
- Investors in aircraft should get set for turbulence
- Hong Kong’s stock exchange proposes a controversial reform
- Sand sculpture festival brings super-heroes to Belgian beach June 22, 2017OSTEND, Belgium (Reuters) - A beach in Belgium has been transformed into a giant sandy gallery, featuring larger-than-life super heroes, cartoon characters and Cinderella's castle, for one of the world's biggest sand-sculpture festivals.
- George III, George Washington to share limelight in U.S.-UK exhibit June 27, 2017EDINBURGH (Reuters) - A new exhibition will examine the overlapping worlds of two figures bound together by history on different sides of the Atlantic - King George III and President George Washington.
- London's V&A goes underground for new gallery June 28, 2017LONDON (Reuters) - London's Victoria and Albert Museum has built a vast, underground exhibition space as part of a 55 million pound ($70 million) refurbishment.
- Sand sculpture festival brings super-heroes to Belgian beach June 22, 2017