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Thinking green is more than just a bumper sticker. These days, it’s a whole new way of life. You already recycle at home and compost whatever you can, but what happens when you go to work?
Just because you have to work 9-5 doesn’t mean all those eco-friendly vibes should get tossed out the window.
These 11 products can help take environmentally friendly habits to the next level – without requiring employees to totally abandon their usual routine. Read more...More about Environment, Water, Green, Conservation, and Energy
Congratulations to Markelle Fultz, who was drafted as the number one overall pick by the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night.
Now that Fultz is a fully-fledged NBA player, he'll be getting plenty of attention from sponsors — like Nike, who has already signed an endorsement deal with the 19-year-old.
With corporate attention comes sponsored Instagram posts. And that means making sure they're properly edited — with the name of the city and the team he's going to play at — before they're published. He'll be learning that quickly after a recent Instagram post. Read more...More about Sports, Instagram, Nba, Basketball, and Sponsored
A U.S. auto plant that once made giant gas-guzzlers will now make cars that don't need gas at all.
AM General, which previously built the Hummer H2, sold its factory in South Bend, Indiana to the electric carmaker SF Motors, both firms announced Thursday.
SF Motors will pay $110 million to produce "intelligent electric vehicles," according to publicly available filings. It will spend another $30 million to upgrade the 700,000-square-foot commercial assembly plant.
The company didn't elaborate further on its plans for the factory, such as how many cars it will produce annually or what types of smart driving or electric-powertrain technologies they'll use. But executives said the arrangement will preserve about 430 U.S. auto worker jobs that were at risk of disappearing. Read more...More about Science, China, Tesla, Climate Change, and Automobiles
What is it really that makes our stomachs churn in film's most tension filled moments? This week, we're looking at all the different types of cinematic tension and our picks for the best versions of each.Mashable Video, Tension, Back To The Future, Cinefix, and Movie Lists
You may remember the infamous Diddy Crop, in which the artist made the creative decision to cut Kendall and Kylie Jenner out of a group photo from the Met Gala, sparking his second meme from the night.
Since he is an innovative man who doesn't even keep a name for long enough for it to get tired, of course he wasn't about to pull the same trick twice to put the Jenner girls in their places. Instead, he opted for the classic mixup.
As writer Doreen St. Felix points out, uh, that's not Kylie.
More than five and a half years after his bestselling The Fault in Our Stars, John Green's next novel is coming this fall, his publisher announced Thursday.
According to a press release from Penguin, Green's sixth novel tells the story of 16-year-old Aza Holmes who is "looking for clues in the disappearance of a fugitive billionaire, while grappling with mental illness." It's also about New Zealand reptiles, so that's fun.
“I've been working on Turtles All the Way Down for years, and I’m so excited to share it with readers this October,” Green said in a press release from Penguin Random House. “This is my first attempt to write directly about the kind of mental illness that has affected my life since childhood, so while the story is fictional, it is also quite personal." Read more...More about Entertainment, Books, Mental Health, Mental Illness, and John Green
A U.S. coal company is firing back at John Oliver after the Last Week Tonight host slammed its CEO in a June 18 show.
On Wednesday, Murray Energy filed suit against Oliver, HBO, and Time Warner for defamation. The lawsuit accuses Oliver of hosting a "false and malicious broadcast" and of carrying out a "meticulously planned attempt to assassinate the character and reputation" of Bob Murray, the Ohio company's chief executive.
Oliver's show also skewered President Trump's pro-coal platform and promises to revive the long-suffering industry. The Trump administration has made a big spectacle in recent months of championing the coal-mining industry while sidelining efforts to address climate change. Read more...More about Entertainment, Science, Global Warming, Donald Trump, and Climate Change
Forget those GoPro videos in which reckless teens dangle from 100-story buildings— this clip of an innocent little terrier running through a busy street will send your pulse soaring.
The clip, captured from the perspective of a nearby cyclist, shows a leashed terrier running down a multi-lane road, dodging people and cars left and right.
For two stress-inducing minutes, the cyclist follows the dog, desperately signaling for cars to slow down. But don't worry— this nail-biter has a happy ending.