Make Me A Millionaire Inventor | “Barrier to Entry”:The Kool Breeze Solar Hard Hat is a construction hat designed to keep your head cool using solar power.
Make Me A Millionaire Inventor | “Barrier to Entry”: The Kool Breeze Solar Hard Hat is a construction hat designed to keep your head cool using solar power. The hat features a solar panel on the top that powers a fan which can work indoors or outdoors. There are no batteries required.
Make Me A Millionaire Inventor | “Athletic Ambition”:The Lazer 900 is a cardio-based training machine that delivers high-intensity basketball drills from the top skills coaches directly to users around the world.
Make Me A Millionaire Inventor | “Barrier to Entry”: The SteakAger is the first consumer product that dry-ages your steak in your own refrigerator.
Goldilocks Valves is a attachment that helps medical staff get the proper use of the Bag Valve Mask.
Jay Leno's Garage | "Music and Cars": Jay Leno gets musicians Brad Paisley, Kelly Rowland and Sammy Hagar off the stage and onto the road. All-new episode Wednesdays 10P ET/PT
A powerful earthquake struck the east coast of New Zealand's South Island near Christchurch Monday, killing at least two people.
Aftershocks continue to rock New Zealand after two people died in the latest earthquake to hit the country. NBC News reports.
HONG KONG/ TAIPEI, Nov 14- More than 50 violations at a steel mill run by Taiwan's Formosa Plastics Group, including the unauthorised use of a dirtier production process, led to Vietnam's worst environmental disaster, according to an internal government report. After months of popular outrage against both the Hanoi government and one of the communist state's...
Make Me a Millionaire Inventor | ‘Weekend Warriors’: George and Deanne help two father-son teams trying to turn pastimes into profit. Premiere episode Thursdays 10P ET/PT
CARACAS, Nov 8- Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA said on Tuesday it had controlled a crude spill in a northeastern state and ruled out any contamination of the massive Orinoco river. A pipeline leak at the locality of Santa Clara, in Anzoategui state, has been fixed and even though rains carried crude into the nearby Aribi river, that is still 80 km from the...
Checks on the extensive network of pipelines and fuel tanks in the area showed no significant damage from the tremor, Oklahoma Corporation Commission spokesman Matt Skinner said. Magellan Midstream Partners LP said it safely restarted its Cushing assets overnight after the earthquake and Enbridge Inc said its Cushing- area tanks and pipelines were...
CARACAS, Nov 7- Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA said on Monday there had been an oil spill in central Anzoategui state and it was supplying drinking water to affected communities during an operation over a radius of 50 kilometers. PDVSA said in a statement the leak occurred in a 36- inch pipeline in the locality of Santa Clara. An opposition lawmaker from...
Billion Dollar Buyer's Tilman Fertitta and The Profit's Marcus Lemonis sit down to discuss the traits that make their brand of entrepreneurship so successful. Premieres November 22 | Tuesday 10P ET
The first woman to serve as US attorney general Jane Reno has died from complications of Parkinson's Disease.
Make Me a Millionaire Inventor | ‘Making Green’: Deanne and George explore two ideas that could not only save the world, but could also make millions. Premiere episode Thursdays 10P ET/PT
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis travels to Cuba at a time of historic change, and profiles a new breed of business owners determined to succeed under one of the most oppressive regimes in the world. "The Profit in Cuba" premieres November 15 | Tuesday 10P ET/PT
'Billion Dollar Buyer' introduces promising companies to one of America’s most successful businessmen: Tilman Fertitta, Chairman, CEO, and sole shareholder of Landry’s, Inc. He’s personally scouting the country for the most innovative new products America’s entrepreneurs have to offer. And with an annual supply spend of $2 billion, his buying power is second to none.
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis travels to Cuba at a time of historic change, and profiles a new breed of business owners determined to succeed under one of the most oppressive regimes in the world.
WASHINGTON, Nov 1- The Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared unlikely to throw out a jury verdict against State Farm that found the insurance company defrauded the U.S. government when it assessed damage caused by Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf of Mexico coast in 2005.. State Farm argued the claims brought by the sisters, former claims adjusters who worked for the...