StocksIt’s the Bull Market’s 8th Birthday. Wall Street Analysts Aren’t CelebratingCommentaryThe World’s Best WorkplacesBroadsheetThe Broadsheet: March 9thStephen HawkingStephen Hawking Says Human Nature Might Finally ‘Destroy Us All’A picture taken on September 30, 2015 shows an EgyptAir plane on the tarmac of Cairo international Airport. Photograph by Khaled Desouki AFP/Getty ImagesiPhoneCould an iPhone Battery Have Played a Role in EgyptAir Crash?David Z. MorrisJan 15, 2017Some French investigators think a co-pilot’s iPad mini 4 or iPhone 6s may be linked to the mysterious crash of EgyptAir flight MS804, which went down on May 19th of last year, killing 66. The theory, which has no official status and has been dismissed by some commentators, was disclosed to French newspaper Le Parisien by unnamed sources.
It contradicts claims by Egyptian investigators, who had previously speculated that the plane was targeted by terrorists, based on traces of explosives found in victim's bodie..