9/11 Tribute Museum in New York Will Close Its Doors For Good

The 9/11 Tribute Museum located in Lower Manhattan, New York has been forced to close its doors forever after not being able to recover from the financial losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although they are closing its doors, it will continue to offer support and educational resources online. CEO and co-founder, Jennifer Adams said,

Netflix Value Drops $50 Billion In Just One Day

$50 billion, yes that’s right, $50 billion has been wiped off the Netflix market cap in a single day after sharing reports of its first loss of subscribers in 10 years. The popular streaming service had a loss of 200,000 subscribers compared to last quarter, with even bigger losses anticipated, around 2 million projected for

6 Tips To Survive Amidst Cost Of Living Crisis

Martin Lewis and his MoneySavingExpert team have put together a list of tips to help you survive the cost of living hike. So let’s get into it. 1 . Keep warm I know it may seem obvious but with the energy bills increasing at an eye-watering rate every little helps. So a lot of us

Innovative New Smart Beehives Receive $80 Million In Funding

Around the world, countries are banning pesticides and cultivating more pollination friendly flowers to help increase bee populations and adding new robotic beehives. Beekeepers and farmers now have a method of protecting bee colonies imperative to growing crops using robotic hives that can protect them from all hazards.  When you think of a beehive, an

Airbnb Will Provide 100,000 Ukrainian Refugees With Free Housing

Popular accommodation platform Airbnb.org has announced it will offer free, short-term housing for up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine. The company co-founders have sent letters to leaders across Europe, starting with Romania, Germany, Hungary and Poland extending a supportive hand welcoming refugees within their borders. They have also promised to work closely with their governments