'Pearson' finds the beleaguered Jessica Pearson, the legal queen bee of Suits, played by Torres—disbarred in New York and her law license revoked in Illinois—sitting at the right hand of Mayor Bobby Novak (Morgan Spector) of Chicago
The actor duo speaks to Forbes India about the challenges of remaking a legacy series, and what sort of homework it took for them
Harvard's actions represent a remarkable fall from grace for an economist who until recently was among the profession's most admired researchers — and one of Harvard's highest-paid faculty members.
With Sweet's appointment, 27 women will be leading companies in the S&P 500. That figure is up slightly from a year ago, but still means that just slightly more than 5% of the most valuable public companies in the United States are led by women
India's representation on the list indicates that midsized companies in the country have performed better in the last one year, as 10 new companies get added to the list this year
Fed chair Jerome Powell says concerns about Facebook's Libra include 'money laundering, consumer protection and financial stability'
Technology has played a central role in white-collar workplaces for decades, with a screen in front of every employee; now devices like Microsoft HoloLens is putting technology in the hands of workers who don't sit behind a desk
An effort at Twitter to forbid "dehumanizing" tweets was scaled back after criticism and debate, and for now focuses only on those directed at religious groups
When Chandrayaan-2 makes a soft-landing on the moon later this year, it will become only the fourth country in the world to do so, after US, former USSR and China
The Byju Raveendran-led online learning app provider expects to use the fresh round of funding to "aggressively" expand its business and deepen its technologies