Girls Who Code gets a Disney Imagineering boost

 The room is a raw warehouse space that is partitioned off with curtains, hiding the bulk of it from view. I’m at the back of a group of girls who is nervously dropping its phones into a plastic box for safekeeping, to be returned on exit. The reason for the curtains, and the no phone policy, is that we are about to be some of the first people outside of the Disney Imagineering group to… Read More

Elon Musk really will launch a Tesla Roadster on the first Falcon Heavy rocket

 Elon Musk shared images on his Instagram account today of the payload being loaded up on the first Falcon Heavy rocket that will ever launch – and it’s a red Tesla Roadster. The SpaceX CEO previously said that he’d be launching exactly that on the spaceship, but then suggested he was joking – before the whole thing was confirmed again by SpaceX, and now made really… Read More

Three Of Toronto’s Best New Restaurants

New offerings this year include Royal thai cuisine by one of the city’s best Thai chefs, a terrace and bar 44 floors up and a superhero and comic book haven in ritzy Yorkville entered through a secret door.

German pleads not guilty to U.S. charges in Siemens’ Argentine bribe case

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A former Siemens AG employee pleaded not guilty on Thursday to U.S. charges he took part in a $100 million scheme to bribe Argentine officials to win a contract to produce national identity cards, according to prosecutors.

Boeing seeks to salve Brazil concerns over Embraer approach

BRASILIA/PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing Co sought to calm Brazilian concern about a potential tie-up with Embraer SA after President Michel Temer and other officials warned they would veto any full takeover bid for the regional jet maker.

Boeing wins $6.2 billion contract for F-15 aircraft for Qatar: Pentagon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Boeing Co has been awarded a $6.2 billion contract for 36 F-15 aircraft for Qatar’s air force, the Pentagon said in a statement on Friday.