Toys 'R' Us Is Coming Back With "Highly Engaging Retail Experience"
Tru Kids Brands, the new owners of Toys ‘R’ Us, announced on Thursday that the once-popular retailer will be reborn. The return comes more than a year after the chain went bankrupt, resulting in the closure of all 700 of its American stores.
Ford Makes Automobiles and Now Robotic Butts?
Ford has recently manufactured a robotic butt they have lovingly named “Robutt”. Your first reaction may be, what in the world is an automobile company doing making a robotic butt? Robutt is used to test seats over the span of three days to represent the standard wear and tear delivered to a car seat.
Las Vegas Cab Company To Close After 50 Years, Rideshare Apps To Blame.
If you're visiting Las Vegas this year you may have to order an Uber or Lyft after all. Unless a buyer steps forward, Frias Transportation Management will close March 13th, 2019, ending a 50 year endeavor that officially started back in 1961 with operations that began as early as 1958.
More Airlines Charging Seat Selection Fees
When you book a flight this year you'll have one more thing to check: A preboarding seat assignment. That's because assigned seats are no longer included with every purchase, which is a change from how the booking process has generally worked for most airlines.
Space X Launches "Vespucci" GPS 3 Satellite For US Air force
Space X launched the first GPS 3 satellite, named “Vespucci”, on December 23 on their powerful Falcon 9 rocket. Vespucci was launched at 8:51 a.m. from Cape Canaveral, Florida for the U.S. Air Force. Vespucci was the 21st and final launch by Space X for 2018.
Uber's Newest Venture: On-Demand Staffing Service Called Uber Works
Uber Works, on-demand staffing service. The company is known for testing new services, many of which they do not decide to keep within their business model. At a time when the California tech company is looking to increase their value as they prepare for an IPO, this could become a major expansion that sticks around.