A less risky path to entrepreneurial success

opinions expressed Entrepreneur Shareholders are theirs. by: Davis Smith And the Trenton Smith Most startups fail. According to the 2019 Startup Genome Report, 92% of startups fail. Surprisingly, only 4% of companies in the United States exceed $1 million in annual revenue, and only 0.6% reach $10 million in revenue, to me US Census Bureau. … Read more

The species of American bat that was devastated by the fungus is now listed as critically endangered

TRAVEL CITY, Mich. (AP) — The Biden administration declared northern long-eared bats endangered on Tuesday in a last-ditch effort to save a species that was on the brink of extinction due to white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease. “White-nose syndrome is wiping out cave-dwelling bat species like the northern long-eared bat at an unprecedented rate,” said … Read more

China launches 3 astronauts to a new space station

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news of amazing discoveries, scientific advances, and more. CNN – Three astronauts blasted off to China’s nearing completion space station on Tuesday, marking the beginning of the country’s long-term presence in space. It’s a major achievement for China’s ambitious space program, which has … Read more

A BBC journalist has been “beaten and kicked by the police” as protests spread across China

CNN Business – BBC journalist Edward Lawrence was arrested by police in Shanghai at the scene of Sunday night’s protests, according to the BBC, as captured in what appears to be cellphone footage of the arrest. While he has since been released, a BBC spokesperson expressed grave concern about his treatment, saying he had been … Read more

Cuba’s informal market is finding new space on the growing internet

Havana – In our Telegram group chat, messages roll like waves. “I need ibuprofen and liquid acetaminophen, please,” one user wrote. “It’s urgent, it’s for my 10-month-old.” Others offer medicines brought in from outside Cuba, adding, “Write to me in a direct letter.” Lists dotted with emojis offer antibiotics, pregnancy tests, vitamins, rash creams, and … Read more

Artificial intelligence in connected cars has reduced rush hour congestion

Travis Lawler Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tennessee – As millions of people travel the interstates this Thanksgiving, many more will encounter patches of traffic that are at a standstill for no apparent reason – with no construction or accidents. Researchers say the problem is you. Human drivers don’t do a good job of navigating in heavy … Read more

The fire plan will cut down 2.4 million trees in New Jersey’s Pinelands

Bass River Township, NJ – As many as 2.4 million trees will be cut down as part of a project to prevent major wildfires in a federally protected New Jersey forest that has been declared a unique environmental treasure. New Jersey environmental officials say the plan to kill trees in a section of the Bass … Read more

Apple is having a big problem with its supplier’s iPhone factory in China

Hong Kong CNN Business – violent Workers’ revolution at the world’s largest iPhone factory this week in central China, stressing Apple’s strained supplies and highlighting how the country’s strict no-Covid policy is hurting global tech companies. The unrest began last month when workers left the factory campus in Zhengzhou, the capital of central Henan Province, … Read more

FIFA says crusader uniforms worn by England fans are ‘offensive’

CNN – former to England clash in the World Cup with the United States On Friday, the governing body of world football FIFA He said the crusader uniforms worn by England fans were “offensive”. Some England fans attend sporting events dressed as the English Shepherd Saint George, complete with plastic helmets, crosses and swords. FIFA … Read more

Holiday shopping begins as inflationary sentiment drops

NEW YORK (AP) — While Black Friday will mark a return to familiar holiday shopping patterns, uncertainty remains. The US labor market remains strong, consumer spending is resilient and inflation is slowing. But higher prices for food, rent, gasoline and other household costs have weighed on shoppers. As a result, many are reluctant to spend … Read more