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SpaceX may want to launch 42,000 internet satellites — about 5 times more spacecraft than humanity has ever flown
Elon Musk wants to cover Earth in high-speed Starlink web access. But crushing SpaceX's competition may require tens of thousands more satellites.
The FAA made SpaceX boost its accident insurance 33-fold, to $100 million, before Starhopper’s last launch. Here’s why.
The Federal Aviation Administration is supposed to keep the public safe, yet also help private companies like SpaceX. Insurance helps bridge the gap.
The SEC voted to adopt a new investment standard for brokers. The new standard will require brokers to act in the "best interests" of clients.
Why is everyone updating their privacy policies?
Uber’s fatal self-driving car accident is the reason why we don’t let companies make their own rules
Uber's self-driving car group was overjoyed by Arizona's hands-off approach to regulation. Maybe the company would have been better off with more rules.
Trump cut literal red tape while standing next to a massive pile of paper to make a point about big government
At a press conference on Thursday, Trump illustrated his push to eliminate regulations by cutting a red ribbon and standing next to a huge pile of paper.
In author Andy Weir's new book "Artemis" about a heist on the moon, Kenya is the epicenter of space colonization — for several surprisingly realistic reasons.
BaFin President Felix Hufeld said: "Whatever the outcome of Brexit is going to be, it will cost a price, both for British consumers as well as EU27 consumers."
Republicans have canceled 63 Obama-era rules since President Donald Trump took office. Here are some notable ones.
The FCC wants to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules, and you can now tell the government how you feel about it. Here's how.