We take a look at the stats.
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank has raised the spectre of another financial crisis. As the contagion appears to be spreading, Samuel Fishwick investigates how spooked we should be feeling
Michael Vaughan has been cleared of an England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) charge of using racist and/or discriminatory language during his time at Yorkshire. The former England captain was alleged to have used the term "you lot" towards a group of four Yorkshire players of Asian ethnicity prior to a T20 match in June 2009, including Azeem Rafiq who first spoke out in 2020 about the discrimination he suffered across two stints with the county.
The generative AI race is on, and the current frontrunners appear to be Google's Bard and Microsoft's Bing AI, which is powered by ChatGPT. The two companies are also rushing to stuff their AI into all their software and productivity offerings, and look set to change the way we search and interact with the internet. But right now, both Bard and Bing are highly experimental and flawed, as they begin to conduct conversations with larger groups of the population and learn how to work with humans. That makes it the perfect time for us to prod and poke at the pair of chatbots and see not only who's presently in the lead, but also how they might break. The results are not quite what we expected.
There’s a reason this joyful flower has its own emoji
Also known as lithops, this low-maintenance plant will bring a touch of the exotic to your home
Great art, walks, history and cycles feature on these short trips that take in atmospheric places as diverse as Lincoln and Lausanne
The rise and rise of online fashion stores – and their generous returns policies – has created a new industry dedicated to dealing with our unwanted clothes. But what damage is being done – to our planet and to retailers – by our boomerang shopping habits?
These 23 women in journalism have shaped the news industry in the past, present and will continue making waves in the future.
A report by the Movement Advancement Project documents eight ways LGBTQ people are being targeted with a record number of bills in the U.S. this year.
How reporters in New Jersey and Vietnam found connections between two soldiers' lives, 50 years after the Vietnam War.
Some train accident rates have risen nearly 25% in the past decade, and union workers say further cuts to staffing imperil the nation's safety.
It’s that time of year in the Kansas Legislature.
Travelport, a global technology company that powers travel bookings for hundreds of thousands of travel suppliers worldwide, today announced a $200 million investment from the company's owners, Siris Capital Group and Elliott Management. Following a strong first quarter performance, including best-in-class tech achievements and the acquisition of Deem, the new injection of capital will allow the company to continue executing against its aggressive growth strategy.
A therapy class for youth looks to prevent gun violence by discussing their trauma and how to cope.
Roscan Gold Corporation ("Roscan" or the "Company") (TSXV:ROS)(FSE:2OJ)(OTCQB:RCGCF)is pleased to announce a non-brokered private placement financing for gross proceeds of up to $2,000,000 through the issuance of up to of 10,000,000 common shares (each, a "Common Share") in the capital of the Company at a price of $0.20 per Common Share (the "Offering").
On Friday, March 31, teachers from the Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers (QPAT) in the English sector will gather in front of their schools and centres to underscore the end of their collective agreement and let the public know that public education is a priority.
Charlotte 49ers WR Grant DuBose shined at his pro day. DuBose worked out alongside 15 of his teammates at Jerry Richardson Stadium on Thursday.
Luca Mining Corp. (the “Company” or “Luca”, formerly Altaley Mining Corporation) is pleased to announce an overall financing package of up to CAD $33,200,000 (the “Financing Package”) in place of t...
But what's for sure is the upheaval in March - the latest in what Fidelity International dubs the 'polycrisis' - has not cleared the decks - not yet at least. A casual glance at world markets as we end the first quarter still shows - wild March volatility and U.S. bank swoons aside - a relatively healthy picture for the year to date, albeit one recovering from a dire 2022. While U.S. regional bank stock indices have clearly suffered an outsize hit of about 20% due to the March stress, the wider S&P500 is on track to end the first quarter on Friday some 5% higher.