If you thought people had let Frozen's hit song "Let It Go" go yet, you're sorely mistaken.
The catchy tune is back in full force, and this time it's being sung by Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams as she drives an electric vehicle in Audi's new Super Bowl commercial.
Williams spends the entirety of the commercial channeling her inner Elsa and belting the song made popular by Idina Menzel. She does so to encourage people to let go of the past and embrace a more sustainable future.
The commercial shows Williams cruising in Audi's e-tron Sportback past traffic jams, garages, and closing gas s...more
The S&P 500 ended slightly lower on Wednesday, as an initial boost from the likes of Apple, Boeing and General Electric following their quarterly results faded in the wake of a policy announcement from the Federal Reserve.
Facebook Inc beat analysts' estimates for daily active users on Wednesday, but shares fell as operating margins dropped for the world's largest social network after it ramped up spending to improve content and security across its platforms.
The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady on Wednesday at its first policy meeting of the year, with the head of the U.S. central bank pointing to continued moderate economic growth and a "strong" job market, and giving no sign of any imminent changes in borrowing costs.
Tesla Inc posted fourth-quarter revenue above analysts' estimates on Wednesday as the electric carmaker beat Wall Street estimates for vehicle deliveries.
PayPal Holdings Inc reported a 13per cent fall in fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, as it spent more on acquisitions and technology.
Microsoft Corp beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Wednesday, supported by another strong performance from its flagship cloud computing platform, Azure.
U.S. Republican Senator John Barrasso, a member of the Senate Republican leadership, told reporters on Wednesday that Republicans seemed to have the "momentum" to move to end the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump by Friday, without calling witnesses.
Turkey blamed France on Wednesday for Libya’s instability, after French President Emmanuel Macron accused his Turkish counterpart of failing “to keep his word” to end meddling in the north African country.
Teenage Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg says she’s had it with ‘impostors’ and marketers, and is moving to trademark her own name as well as that of her movement – purely for noble and altruistic purposes, of course.
Thunberg announced the move to in an Instagram post on Wednesday, urging her 500,000-plus followers to be “extremely suspicious” if someone pretending to be her contacts them, as many impersonators and frauds have tried using her name “in order to communicate with high profile people, politicians, media, artists etc.”