American billionaire Elon Musk (Elon Musk), the owner of the company SpaceX, says its rocket to send to Mars will be created by next year.
Tesla co-founder, SpaceX founder, and Hyperloop hype man Elon Musk surprised SXSW audiences twice this weekend, popping up to speak at a Westworld cast appearance Saturday and for a one-on-one interview by the HBO series co-creator Jonathan Nolan on Sunday.
Musk does not manage the project, and will not have editorial oversight, the source added.
Not one to shy away from the odds, Musk seems to be well aware of not only the challenges presented by the concept of manned interplanetary space travel, but also the perceptions of those challenges around the world.
The famed entrepreneur has hired several staffers and writers at The Onion to work on a secret project, The Daily Beast is reporting. The Daily Beast said it "can confirm" that former Onion editor-in-chief Cole Bolton and executive editor Ben Berkley have been working on the Musk-financed project in Los Angeles since past year after the two left The Onion because of differences with its management team. "We can confirm that we have learned nothing from prevailing trends in media and are launching a brand-new comedy project", Bolton and Berkley confirmed in the report. Erstwhile Editor-in-Chief Cole Bolton and ex-Executive Editor Ben Berkeley are said to have joined this as-yet-untitled project sometime in 2017.
It's believed that the new project is likely going to be another written satirical-news property or website.
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Big changes to minor league baseball to help pace of play
In the minor leagues, with developing pitchers on pitch counts and inning limitations, extra-inning games can tax a team's roster. There will be a grace period from April 5-19 when players will receive warnings for the infractions.
Analysts rated General Electric Company (GE) as Buy
It increased, as 56 investors sold C shares while 400 reduced holdings. 92 funds opened positions while 328 raised stakes. General Electric comprises 1.2% of Brave Asset Management Inc.'s portfolio, making the stock its 19th largest position.