The Numbers Behind ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Walt Disney Co.’s “Avengers: Infinity War” kicked off the summer movie season with the second-biggest domestic debut in history.
Trade war fears spook investors The Australian share market had improved a little but was still lower at noon amid ongoing concerns of a possible trade war between the US and China.
Save Money Using These Behavioural Finance Tricks We all know that automating savings and instituting spending rules can help us save money. But a new report from the Common Cents Lab at Duke University’s Center for Advanced Hindsight offers new insight into how to hack behavioral finance to put ...
Sen. Marco Rubio pushes for daylight saving time all year-round Sen. Marco Rubio is serious about his state's nickname. The Florida Republican wants to expand the "Sunshine State" of mind to everywhere in the United States by making daylight saving time permanent.
26.5 million: Oscars ratings plunge to a record low Viewership for the Academy Awards plunged 20 percent from last year to a record-low 26.5 million, the first time on record the Oscars reached fewer than 30 million people.
Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets KFC has closed more than half of its 900 UK outlets after delivery problems meant they ran out of chicken.
Have the Winter Olympics repaired North-South Korea relations? The big story of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea has been the participation of North Korea and the friendly tone struck by the two countries. So, will the Olympic legacy be permanently improved relations?
iPhone X sales perk up sluggish Australian retail: ABS Australian retail sales surged past all expectations in November as consumers splashed out on Apple iPhones and Black Friday promotions, a major boost for an economy that had been struggling with sluggish spending.
Shedding the Christmas bulge may not reverse health damage, warn researchers The annual January battle to lose the Christmas bulge may already be too late to prevent damaging changes to health, a new study suggests.
Unhealthy obsession with spending our superannuation It became something that Australians believed was an entitlement. The right to blow your superannuation on a world trip and paying off the mortgage was sacrosanct.