Why Chris Hayes thinks we’re all famous now

Are we all famous now? I know that’s a strange question. If everyone is famous, then no one is famous, right? Well, it depends on what exactly we mean by “famous.” Last month, I read...

The Great Resignation is mobilizing workers to quit or make jobs better

Workers are fed up and fighting back against low pay, poor conditions, and the general idea that work is the center of their lives. That fighting back is taking on many forms, from the performative...

Rivian IPO: Amazon’s favorite electric car company is now worth more than Ford or GM

Rivian went public on Wednesday, marking the largest IPO in the United States since 2014. The electric pickup and SUV manufacturer priced its stock at $78 a share and raised about $12 billion,...

Netflix publishes weekly top 10 lists for TV shows and movies

When Netflix ushered in the streaming video era, it helped kill off traditional TV ratings. Now, the company says it wants to bring them back, sort of: The streaming giant is going to start...

ISS escapes space debris collision after Russian weapons test destroys satellite

Russia shot down one of its Soviet-era satellites in a weapons test on Monday, sending more than 1,500 pieces of trackable debris into space. This forced astronauts on the International Space Station to shelter...

Facebook is spending billions to buy up the metaverse

Of the many complaints about Facebook, one comes through consistently: It’s just too big. Which is why some critics and regulators want to make it smaller by forcing Mark Zuckerberg to unwind major acquisitions,...

How the chip shortage could help high-tech manufacturing in the US

Manufacturers haven’t overcome the worldwide semiconductor shortage. Gaming consoles like the PlayStation 5 are still scarce, automakers are delivering cars with missing features, and Apple may end up producing 10 million fewer iPhones in...