Jeffrey Sprecher sold $19 million in shares of Intercontinental Exchange, which owns the "Big Board," in February and March.
'The year 1925 was a golden moment in literary history,' writes the BBC's Jane Ciabattari. 'Ernest Hemingway’s first book, In Our Time, Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby were all published that year.
Bilingual reduced emotional resonance is fairly well-established, but why does it happen? And does that have a knock-on effect for different communities?
"I'm gender-fluid. I just want to be based in girl mode from now on," Izzard said on the Sky Arts program "Portrait Artist of the Year."
For forty years, governments around the world have been cutting taxes on the rich, claiming that the result would be more jobs and higher incomes. A new study shows how catastrophically wrong that policy has been.
The investment is a tiny one for the Springfield, Mass.-based insurance company, but signifies further momentum for the upstart digital currency, which has surged this fall.
An artist project offering an absurdist take on the lab-grown meat industry triggers a debate and backlash in London.
Photographer Leo Fabrizio, over a period of years, discovered remarkable camoflaged bunkers that blended into Switzerland's fields, mountainsides and woodland.
Wildlife officials spotted the "unusual" structure while counting sheep, leaving them baffled.
The fire – which we have used in our homes for over 400,000 years – remains the most versatile and sustainable household technology that humanity has ever known. The fire alone provided what we now get through a combination of modern appliances such as the oven and cooking hob, heating system, lights, refrigerator, freezer, hot water boiler, tumble dryer, and television. Unlike these newer technologies, the fire had no need for a central infrastructure to make it work, and it could be built loc…
Left-leaning parties and trade unionists argue that working patterns need to be rethought
Key escrow — the process of keeping a set of keys for yourself “just in case” — has always been the U.S. government’s modus operandi when it comes to security. From the disastrous Clipper chip to today, the government has always wanted a back door into encryption and s…
"I'm angry at myself for not having even thought of the possibility I could lose my Google account with everything in it."