Scor SE agreed to become majority owner of Presses Universitaires de France, the 93-year-old publisher of thousands of academics books, including the French edition of Sigmund Freud.
A page of the world’s most expensive printed book, a lump of moon rock and a 147-million-year-old bird are starring in a new gallery at London’s Natural History Museum.
Lorraine McGill scanned the South Atlantic Ocean from her window, the morning sun shining in her brown eyes.
Dr. Victor Frankenstein thought it would be a good idea to bring an inanimate body to life. We all know how that turned out.
Never has a book on economics been so anticipated.
So this is what it has come to for Japan Inc.: a future in underwear instead of cars, color TVs or industrial robots.
The word “God” peaked in usage in the world’s books about 1830. “Women” overtook “men” in print after 1985. Sigmund Freud has gotten more ink in the past 60 years than Charles Darwin or Albert Einstein .
Angus Robb is a senior executive with a knack for turning mildew into money.
Billionaire Masayoshi Son has a stark message for Japan's policy makers: I'm through waiting for you gents to revive the economy.
Archaeopteryx, once hailed as the first bird, may not have been a bird at all, a study suggests.