Apple Has a COVID Problem
Apple's manufacturing capacity for in-demand new products has been hampered by China's stringent COVID-19 policies.
Jack Dorsey's Tweet About Trusting Elon Musk Resurfaces After Apology Post
The Tesla CEO acquired Twitter on October 27 to the tune of $44 billion.
Twitter Employees React to Being 'Thanos Snapped' as Half of Workers Fired
Twitter employees are speaking out after learning they have likely been fired.
The U.K.'s 100 Most Loved Workplaces
Welcome to Newsweek's first annual ranking of the companies in Great Britain that employees love to work for.
Connected Cars Are About More Than Buying Coffee From Your Dashboard
Your future commute will take you farther than you can imagine. Your car could keep you connected to your route, your family and your bank account.
Elon Musk Hails Pranksters After They Pretend to Be Fired Twitter Employees
Journalists reporting on Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter were pranked by two men claiming they had been fired from the company.
Mark Cuban Predicts Elon Musk Will 'Make a Killing' Owning Twitter
Mark Cuban said that Twitter is "a unique asset" that Elon Musk will take public "the next time there is an insane bull market."
Elon Musk Buys Twitter as Big Tech Loses Nearly $1 Trillion in a Week
Elon Musk now owns the company after spending months trying to back out of the $44 billion purchase deal.
Greenland's Melting Ice Could Reveal Riches Beyond Imagination
"Greenland has the potential to be one of the best discoveries of the past 100 years," Josh Goldman, the president of the startup KoBold Metals, told Newsweek.
This AI Tweet Generator Is Predicting What Elon Musk Will Say Next
As half of Twitter tries to figure out what is to come as Elon Musk takes over the social media platform, the other half is playing with a new AI tool.
Meta Shares Drop 23 Percent Following Disappointing Quarterly Report
The social media company, which owns Facebook and Instagram, reported losses for its third quarter and a weak outlook for its fourth.
What's Next for Kanye West's Yeezy Brand as Adidas Copyright Feud Continues
While Ye's longstanding relationship with Adidas has officially come to an end, questions remain over who will release the distinctive shoes.
Will Adidas Stop Making Yeezys Now?
Adidas announced on Tuesday that it was cutting ties with Kanye West after his recent antisemitic remarks.
Adidas Stock Plummets as Brand Remains Silent on Relationship With Kanye
Several companies that had partnerships with the rapper have cut ties with him over comments condemned as antisemitic.
Common Element May Help Solve Lithium Battery Woes of Electric Cars
"This could be the most exciting thing to happen in the battery industry for a long time," the director of technology at a U.K.-based startup said.
Inside the Former Yankee Candle Owner's $23 Million Massachusetts Mansion
Take a look inside the sprawling mansion of the late Michael James Kittredge II, complete with its own golf course, luxury spa, and indoor Las Vegas water park.
Salary Transparency on Job Ads Is Changing How Americans Seek Work
Three-quarters of employees said being clearer on employer salaries would make the workplace fairer, sparking calls for salary transparency on job ads.
Company Faces Backlash for Introducing 'Not Feeling 100%' Status for Staff
"This creates a culture of working when you're unwell," said one critic of the new employee initiative.
Netflix Introduces New Ad Tier—But Is It Value for Money?
Netflix has finally announced the launch of its new ad-based subscription from November 3, with the price expected to undercut competitor Disney+.
Is TikTok Owned by the Chinese Communist Party?
The U.S. and its allies have addressed fears the social media site could be a national security risk, with China seeking to peddle influence or harvest data.
This Plastic Self-Destructs Within Two Years
London startup Polymateria has developed a low-cost solution that helps make conventional plastics biodegrade.
Russia's Economy Ravaged by War as Budget Surplus Completely Wiped Out
Russian public finances have been strained as the government supports the Ukraine invasion during a recession.