Alexander Van der Bellen, who preached moderation and tolerance, won Austria’s presidential election Sunday over right-wing populist Norbert Hofer, according to preliminary results that showed Van der Bellen convincingly ahead.
A retired New York corrections officer broke down in tears Friday as he claimed he was beaten by officers in a case of mistaken identity at a grocery store last month.
The Game Awards brings new Mass Effect: Andromeda and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild gameplay footage, EA takes a break from Battlefield, and more.
Italy says no to constitutional reform, Apple say yes to automated cars, Burberry rejects a takeover and more. These are the five things you need to know before the market opens. 1. Following a decisive No vote in the referendum in Italy over the weekend, stock futures point higher and European stocks are on the rise, as markets respond relatively positively to the vote 2. It is being reported this morning that Luxury goods retailer Burberry has rejected multiple takeover bids from Coach. According to people briefed on the matter, the talks are no longer active. If the deal had gone ahead, it would've created a company with a market value of $20 billion 3. Apple have confirmed that it is interested in autonomous-vehicle technology. While it is unlikely that Apple will design or build a car, it is understood they are focused on the software that would control the self-driving vehicle For more things you must know before the market opens and up-to-the-minute news, head over to our website or find us on Facebook and Twitter to ensure you know what's going on ahead of the opening bell and throughout the day. Edward Hardy reporting for TheStreet in London.
Fidel Castro’s ashes were interred in a private ceremony Sunday morning, ending nine days of mourning for the man who ruled Cuba for nearly half a century.
Mike Ziemkowski has been building his home's holiday light display for over 40 years, but technology is what brought his ambitious designs to the next level.
Death Stranding, the debut game of Hideo Kojimaâs new development studio Kojima Productions, will be powered by the Decima engine, developed by Horizon Zero Dawn studio Guerrilla Games. The news was announced earlier today at PlayStation Experience, during an interview between Kojima and Geoff Keighley.