Samsung reportedly rushed the $2,000 Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone to market after being accused of copying Apple, and it may have contributed to the fiasco that led to its delay

Samsung reportedly rushed the $2,000 Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone to market after being accused of copying Apple, and it may have contributed to the fiasco that led to its delay

Samsung announced on Monday that it’s delaying the release of its foldable Galaxy Fold smartphone — which was set to release on April 26 — as a result of reports from reviewers that their Galaxy Fold review units were breaking after just a couple days. One of the biggest questions surrounding the delayed launch of…

Posthaste: Beleaguered no more? Canadian oil stocks are now world beaters

Posthaste: Beleaguered no more? Canadian oil stocks are now world beaters

Good morning! The Financial Post is launching Down to Business, a brand-new podcast, aimed at at tackling the hottest topics in Canadian business. Each week, host Emily Jackson will speak to key industry players to break down the biggest stories happening in Canadian business — from pot to pipelines, real estate to international trade wars.…

NASA’s 4-year twin experiment gets us closer to Mars than ever before

NASA’s 4-year twin experiment gets us closer to Mars than ever before

Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: This is astronaut Scott Kelly back in 2015. For 340 days, he circled Earth inside the International Space Station, the longest any American has ever spent in space at once. Meanwhile, someone with the same face, body, and DNA was back on Earth: his identical twin, Mark…

Down to Business: A new weekly podcast from the Financial Post

Down to Business: A new weekly podcast from the Financial Post

The Financial Post is launching a brand-new podcast to tackle the hottest topics in Canadian business — it’s called Down to Business. Every week, host Emily Jackson will speak to key industry players to break down the biggest stories happening in Canadian business — from pot to pipelines, real estate to international trade wars. The…

Two Google employees who spearheaded the walkout against sexual misconduct say the company has retaliated and demoted them

Two Google employees who spearheaded the walkout against sexual misconduct say the company has retaliated and demoted them

Two of the women who spearheaded last year’s walkout involving thousands of Google employees worldwide say the company has retaliated against them for organizing the protest. In a message sent internally Monday to some Google employees, and obtained by Wired, Meredith Whittaker and Claire Stapleton said the company had demoted them in their roles, and…

I reviewed Amazon’s new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite to see if the upgrade is worth it — and I’d recommend it to anyone

I reviewed Amazon’s new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite to see if the upgrade is worth it — and I’d recommend it to anyone

Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Amazon’s Kindles are the most popular ebook readers by far, and they just keep getting better.…

Elon Musk says Tesla has potential to be fully self-driving by next year — and today he’ll prove it

Elon Musk says Tesla has potential to be fully self-driving by next year — and today he’ll prove it

SAN FRANCISCO — Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears poised to transform the company’s electric cars into driverless vehicles in a risky bid to realize a bold vision that he has been floating for years. The technology required to make that quantum leap is scheduled to be shown off to Tesla investors Monday at the company’s…

A quarter of Canadians say they struggle to pay bills by month-end: Survey

A quarter of Canadians say they struggle to pay bills by month-end: Survey

Canadians are not feeling prosperous these days and believe their consumer debt and personal finances have deteriorated over the past few months, according to a new survey. More Canadians are hovering close to financial insolvency at the end of the month; nearly half (48 per cent) of Canadians say they are $200 or less each…

There’s glaring evidence that the next recession will be entirely different from any in recent history. Here’s why experts worry we’re ill-prepared to combat it.

There’s glaring evidence that the next recession will be entirely different from any in recent history. Here’s why experts worry we’re ill-prepared to combat it.

Wall Street was central to the genesis of the last two recessions, as it facilitated the bubbles that brewed in housing and software stocks. But the next recession is unlikely to be triggered by overpriced assets, according to the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank that recently published a report examining the next…