Producers are seeking $2 million on the website Indiegogo to complete The Other Side of the Wind. Welles had intended for it to be his comeback movie.
Gone is the short, goofy burger thief of the 1970s and '80s. In his place, the chain has created a hunky masked man in skinny jeans and a fedora. An improvement? Tell us what you think.
The company says the yet-to-be-named stores will "feature a modern streamlined design, innovative technology and a curated selection." Whole Foods hopes to begin opening the stores next year.
Some critics say the offers are purposely misleading, and can lead families to take on more debt.
One of the hottest new startups in the Bay Area is a school. The AltSchool was founded by a former Google engineer and he's raised $100 million to build these for-profit microschools.
It's been more than a week since rioting over Freddie Gray's death closed many businesses. Several pharmacies are still not open — leaving the sick and elderly with chronic conditions vulnerable.
A risk-averse culture is making it a tough road for fresh ideas and fledgling Japanese startups. But venture backers are starting to see some signs of hope that new tech firms will take off.
The island's power authority owes $9 billion. Power costs are already high, but bondholders are pushing for rate hikes. That could scare away employers, which would further hurt the ailing economy.
Economic forces are squeezing the city of Lakewood, just outside of Cleveland, forcing the closure of one hospital, even as another is built in a more affluent suburb.
The Department of Justice is exploring big changes to the music publishing business for the first time since World War II.
An injured worker, who was featured in a ProPublica/NPR investigation, testified about the cost of cutting benefits. He asked lawmakers not to make the kind of cuts that got him evicted from his home.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Ted Leonsis about the hectic life of being the public face of pro sports in Washington, D.C. He owns the city's NHL, NBA, and WNBA teams.
Some hospitals are using a remote command center to keep an eye on ICU patients. This brings the expertise of a major medical center to rural hospitals — and may help keep the rural centers open.
Oil hit a new high for the year — closing at just under $61 a barrel. But some analysts say the global economic slowdown and the rise of alternative energy will mean less demand and lower prices.
Both stock and bond markets had already been having a rough week before the Federal Reserve's Janet Yellen warned about "potential dangers."
Decades of industrialization have left the island reliant on imported food. But change is coming — from government subsidies for small farmers, to classes that teach school kids how to grow food.
At least four companies said they received approval for ferry licenses. It's been five decades since ferry service between the U.S. and island has been offered.
The CEO of SurveyMonkey was known for his generosity toward colleagues and for supporting the career of his wife, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg. He died while vacationing with his family in Mexico.
Panera on Tuesday announced it is dropping artificial colors, preservatives and additives from many menu items. Nestle, Hershey and Kraft are also eliminating or cutting back on additives.
Officials in Massachusetts bet big on wind energy, sinking $113 million into a waterfront terminal designed to serve the new industry off the New England coast. But Cape Wind is all but dead.