Chinese companies now employ more than 80,000 people in the United States, up from less than 15,000 five years ago and virtually zero back in 2000.
Now McKee simply logs onto Amazon Web Services to name his price for computing capacity and sets his code loose.
What we need now are self driving trains. What will be the law suits be over this?
What we need now are self driving trains.
Economic growth in the euro zone overtook the U.S. in the first quarter, posting its fastest rate in almost two years, official data released Wednesday show.
I do not know of anyone with an AOL account or anyone that even goes to AOL’s web site. I knew some way back in the 70’s but no one now.
The U.S. government has opened a new line of business for America’s biggest banks, and for once they don’t want it. Little wonder: it’s cash from legalized marijuana.
Almost $800 billion of new reactors are under development in the region, driven by China and India where demand is climbing for the emission-free energy.
A nuclear-power boom in Asia that’s set to drive up uranium prices is triggering a resurgence in mining in Australia, home to the world’s largest reserves.
The U.S. trade deficit surged to its highest level in nearly 6-1/2 years in March as imports rebounded strongly after being held down by a labor dispute at key West Coast ports, suggesting growth contracted in the first quarter.
In recent years, Israel and Russia have engaged in a complex dance, with Israel selling drones to Russia while remaining conspicuously neutral toward Ukraine and hoping to stave off Iranian military development. The dance may not be over.