While the reported exit of Pandora co-founder and CEO Tim Westergren does not change the music streamer's difficult path to profitability, Wall Street seemed to approve of the change. By mid-day on Monday, Pandora stock was up 2.78% to $8.51. More on Westergren's exit and what it means for artists...
[vimeo]222512825[/vimeo] From the UK streets to sidewalk surfing in LA, here’s our buddy Paul Regan’s latest video part. The post Regan. appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
In a modest West Oakland neighborhood on Market Street is the modest West Grand Shopping Center. Its ordinary building is clad in rough stone, an exterior treatment similar to the Kaiser Building and many other examples. But at the West Grand Shopping Center, the cladding consists of fist-sized pieces of beautiful serpentine rock. The front […]
Tons of great Vincent Alvarez footage in here, and a few other faces you might recognize. The post Street Man appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
A banking sci-fi film, Burger King hacks the Home, Whirlpool goes to school, Adidas isn’t finished, and Channel 4 gets superhuman. As expected and widely predicted, State Street Global Advisors’ “Fearless Girl” has been a Grand Prix juggernaut at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. Show More Summary
Rob in West Virginia wrote in to tell of his experience:“I think it was the summer of '82. My friend Mike and I used to spend hours on the hills behind my grandmother's house on 48th street in Benwood, West Virginia. Route 2, a four-lane highway was right there, so were the railroad tracks. Show More Summary
The changes are meant to improve accessibility at an accompanying park Construction on the Sixth Street Viaduct replacement is moving (slowly) along, and Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar is taking steps to prepare for its arrival. Huizar...Show More Summary
Wall Street is giving up hope that another bidder will challenge Amazon's $13.7 billion deal to buy Whole Foods. Gordon Haskett analyst Chuck Grom downgraded Whole Foods' stock to "neutral" from "buy" on Monday, saying a competitive bid is highly unlikely. "It's been real, but time to say goodbye," Grom wrote in a research note. Show More Summary
Facebook is gearing up to announce its first slate of TV-like shows this summer, and the company could spend up to $3 million an episode, according to The Wall Street Journal, putting spending in the range of marquee cable networks,Show More Summary
BlackBerry published its Q1 fiscal 2018 results on Friday, June 23. While the company’s profits surged on account of the $940 million one-time arbitration award from Qualcomm, revenues fell significantly short of Wall Street expectations, due to a sequential decline in software sales.
It’s small but charming It’s no surprise by now that Highland Park is a desirable and increasingly expensive place to buy property. Take this cute home on Eaton Street, on the border of Eagle Rock, as an example. Measuring just 979-square-feet...Show More Summary
The case hinges on the SEC’s whistleblower protection rules required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law.
Kelly Osbourne and Starbucks are now at odds. Over the weekend, as Osbourne walked the streets of NYC for Pride, nature called. Unfortunately, Osbourne was without a toilet. When she stepped into a nearby Starbucks to relieve herself — the location on the corner of West 27th Street and Sixth ... More »
by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue Calder's Eagle lingers in the background but all I can see is this fabulous La Panadería panini: the "Guadalajara”—roasted turkey, chipotle spread, provolone, and caramelized red onions. Natali Wiseman La Panadería...Show More Summary
An internal email obtained by HuffPost reveals growing unrest.
“I clearly made mistakes in my reporting and entered into a world I didn’t understand," Solomon said
There are four former Goldman Sachs execs helping out in Trump's White House in pretty prominent positions: Gary Cohn, Steve Mnuchin, Dina Powell, and Steve Bannon. Though they all share a Wall Street background, a new Vanity Fair piece...Show More Summary
Apple's in-house self-driving vehicle technology will reportedly hit the road in a limited partnership with rental car provider Hertz, giving Apple the ability to put its technology to the test and expand its presence on the streets in a highly public way.
Two crashes, one that involved a pedestrian who was fatally struck, stalled Beltway traffic near the Van Dorn Street exit.
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, circa 1906. "North Street from the park." Time in New England, 1:33. Panorama made from two 8x10 glass negatives.. View full size.