There are three more "Avatar" movies planned after the sequel, "The Way of Water," hits theaters in a few weeks, but Cameron has ideas beyond that.
You can now buy every episode of "Better Call Saul" season six on Amazon Prime Video, and you can stream earlier seasons on Netflix.
DoorDash has become the latest major company to start slashing its headcount as business growth slows and costs increase.
Motoball is a sport that traces back to the 1930s. The sport plays like a real-life version of the video game "Rocket League."
The threat of a recession will overtake the Federal Reserve's tightening campaign as the dominant story for markets next year, strategists said.
DeSantis wrote the book shortly after he got married and had been honorably discharged from the Navy, ahead of his US congressional race.
Mass protests at the facility in Zhengzhou have caused staff levels to drop sharply, causing major production delays.
Humongous, fast, and flashy, the 2022 GMC Hummer EV is unlike any electric vehicle that came before it. See the "supertruck" up close.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate slipped to 6.49% in the week ending on November 25, down 65 basis points over the last three weeks.
The passenger said Delta staff got "immediately got livid" after he refused to leave the plane until his wheelchair was delivered.
Valencia on Spain's east coast is the best place for expats to live and work, and Johannesburg is the worst, according to a survey by InterNations.
Presidential candidates tend to write memoirs so voters can get to know them better. It's also a way to score a financial advance.
Bankman-Fried would make massive bets on crypto assets while brushing off colleagues' concerns about the risks involved, sources told the WSJ.
Body decomposition is a gruesome intricate process. Here's a step-by-step guide to what happens to your body, in 13 steps.
Guo Wengui shared tips in a post on Gettr on Tuesday and advised Chinese protesters to say photographs or video are "too blurry" to identify them.
Q3 GDP growth was revised to 2.9% from 2.6%, while the ADP payroll report showed 127,000 jobs added in November, below estimates for 190,000 jobs.
Ukraine's Foreign Affairs Minister Dmytro Kuleba ordered security to be beefed up at all embassies after what Ukrainian officials called an "attack."
Europe spent $13 billion on LNG from Russia from January to September of this year, which is five times as much compared to a year earlier.
On the heels of layoffs, the Twitter CEO is posting about his guns and criticizing Tim Cook.
Moses rang the alarm on the S&P 500 and consumer spending, slammed Tesla as overvalued, and cautioned the crypto meltdown may be far from over.
The FTX founder says he donated "dark" to the GOP to avoid criticism from journalists, whom he claimed were "all secretly liberal."
The Tesla, Twitter, and SpaceX CEO urged the US central bank to undo its recent rate hikes, as they're threatening to tank the US economy.
The greenback is still up more than 10% on the year, but in November it fell 4.2% against a basket of rival currencies.
Elon Musk is predicted to overtake Barack Obama in January as Twitter's top influencer, according to figures from Social Blade reported by BBC News.
US officials have been raising security concerns about TikTok, which is owned by a Chinese company, for years.
Four Air New Zealand flights between Auckland and Wellington were canceled on Wednesday after two planes had to turn back following the incidents.
The Pentagon said China is rapidly increasing its warhead stockpile, as the country's arsenal grows closer to those of the US and Russia.
One of the users targeted told The Intercept he had found evidence of a coordinated campaign to get him banned from Twitter.
Cloud providers could prove to be new competition for consulting firms. Here's how the tech providers are curtailing their service to the c-suite.
Scores of Twitter posts show that once-enthusiastic Tesla fans are shunning the brand after watching Elon Musk's antics at the social-media company.
Burry has predicted a slump in consumer spending, a blow to company profits, and economic pain as households move closer to exhausting their savings.
The bear market in US stocks could drag on into the early months of 2023 as companies downgrade earnings targets, Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson warned.
Musk joked about putting cocaine in Coke soon after he initially agreed to buy Twitter in April 2022.
Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman pleaded guilty to running a voter suppression campaign in the run-up to the 2020 election.
Finance influencers who hyped up FTX and BlockFi to their subscribers are now facing a lot of unhappy, skeptical former fans.
FTX US's 75 employees were also allowed $200 in DoorDash food delivery per day, a Financial Times report said.
Insider's Phil Rosen breaks down how European governments haven't yet agreed to a price cap on Russian crude, and where Russia stands now.
Twitter wasn't planning to launch its Blue service as an in-app purchase on Apple's iOS, meaning it would avoid paying App Store fees, per Platformer.
A suddenly surging economy will force the Federal Reserve to keep hiking interest rates. When that happens, investors and consumers better buckle up.
Nearly 900 vehicles have had their tires let down this week in an organized global campaign stretching from New York to Amsterdam.
US rail workers want 15 days of paid sick leave, but companies offered one. A strike could disrupt travel, deliveries, and drinking water.
George W. Bush's answers in a newly declassified 9/11 Commission interview helped him escape blame and win reelection. But they don't add up.
Higher mortgage rates mean pricier monthly payments for homebuyers, which offset any affordability gained from declining property prices.
SBF told Axios he didn't know whether Alameda had gone through with plans to rollover at least $20 million in shares to Musk's new holding company.
Voice assistants like Alexa were supposed to revolutionize computers — but nobody can figure out how to make money off of them.
"We have the means to make Russia pay," European Commission president Ursula von der Leyden said Wednesday.
Experts say it's possible you're being managed out. Or maybe you're being targeted by a boss who's stack-ranking employees for layoffs.
The portrait was sold for more than twice its estimated price at Heffel's Post War and Contemporary Art auction last Thursday.
The cars had been used by Secret Service agents, and neither President Joe Biden nor his family rode on the vehicles, a spokesman told Insider.
Ma been lying low since October 2020 when he gave a speech criticizing China's financial regulatory system — which angered the Chinese authorities.