Big solar producers should be feeling very, er, sunny.
Chef Olivier Roellinger shocked the French culinary establishment in 2008 when, citing a weakening constitution, he handed back his three Michelin stars and shut down his celebrated restaurant at Les Maisons de Bricourt, on Brittany’s northern coast.
It took just a couple of days for Admiral Thad Allen to realize how disastrous the well blowout at the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig would prove to be. On April 20 last year, the well being drilled by the BP-owned rig suddenly kicked back, spurting oil and gas up the drilling pipe and setting the Deepwater Horizon aflame in the Gulf of Mexico.
Carl Safina headed down to the Gulf Coast just days after the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded on April 20, 2010. A veteran of the Exxon Valdez spill and the head of the Blue Ocean Institute, a nonprofit that focuses on marine health Safina wanted to see the Gulf oil spill up close, to document something he was sure would be an environmental catastrophe.
Roughly three decades ago, rising Japan was a national obsession in the U.S. Business gurus like Peter Drucker were declaring Japan “the most extraordinary success story in all economic history,” and the U.S.
Death toll climbs to 32 in Indonesia volcano eruption The death toll from an Indonesian volcano that exploded this week has climbed to 32, medical officials said Thursday. Rescue and recovery efforts continue to unfold, with the Indonesian government scrambling to help tens of thousands of residents displaced by the eruption. The volcano erupted at […]
There were plenty of people surprised by Scarlett Johansson’s remote Canadian wedding to Ryan Reynolds last September — and you can count Scarlett among them. “I never really thought about getting married — it just kind of happened,” the actress, 25, told Glamour for its November issue, hitting newsstands Oct
Dare to fall into a black hole and you would get vaporized in what is probably the most violent place in the universe. But the journey would yield some amazing sights, though you might need three eyes for the best view of what’s going on, new research suggests.
U2 fans braved the frigid cold serenading each other with old hits as they waited hours for the band to show up Tuesday. They were not disappointed.
Shortly after the release of 2004’s How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, I asked Bono about U2’s place in contemporary music.