- Kathleen Kennedy Townsend told Insider that her uncle, John F. Kennedy, mobilized youth to use power well.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted new rules to address the growing risk of "space junk" or abandoned satellites, rockets and other debris. The new "5-year-rule" will require low-Earth operators to deorbit their satellites within five years following the completion of missions. That's significantly less time than the previous guideline of 25 years.
Oaktree Capital's Danielle Poli is navigating the credit markets during one of its trickiest periods. But the portfolio manager reckons today's volatility can produce 'double-digit' returns in fixed income.
Meta is done rolling out support for non-fungible tokens or NFTs in the US. The company first started giving select creators in the country the option to display their tokens on Facebook and Instagram earlier this year. But now everyone in the US can display their collections on both platforms, whether they're NFTs they've created and are selling or something they've purchased from creators.