Scott Galloway who wrote a book on the big four tech companies has suggestions for handling their monopoly.
The CEO of the company that just bought 21,454 BTC calls it "digital gold," and the tide will cause the business world to admit the same, say supporters.
The new battery cell chemistry would have game-changing density and an extended life span.
.... as manufacturing returns to America. You didn't really think all those jobs were going to be upgraded from China's 25-cents-per-hour wages to upscale $25-per-hour salaries in America, did you?
There are only so many "positive news" levers a company can pull in the absence of consistently turning a legitimate profit:
Two weeks ago we reproted that "in an uprecedented move, Congress proposes taxpayer-funded bailout Of $550 billion CMBS industry."
In one of the most daring - if seemingly inevitable - ultimatums issued by a corporation facing a damaging legal action, Uber CEO Dara Khosroshahi has just threatened for the first time publicly to shut down its California business if its appeal of a
Following yesterday's hotter-than-expected producer price data (led by a surge in energy costs and day-trading), analysts expected CPI to accelerate modestly YoY in July, but it acelerated significantly (rising 1.6% YoY vs +1.1% expected).
This is not good for shareholders, but the company claims it has no choice, since running the business with all drivers as full-time employees would lead to an impossible hike in fees, likely rending the business uncompetitive and unprofitable.
Tesla's share of the EV market plunged to 8.7% year-to-date, from 18.4% last year. Competition is now huge and across the spectrum. Tesla faces the same situation globally.
The fruits of the deal are expected in three years (2023), but stocks are going up already today.
If it wasn't for these "regulatory credits", Tesla would not have "a positive free cash flow."
With blockbusters filling up the big screen and streaming giants dominating the small, independent film-makers are running out of options
The USA has almost 19 million college students. There are about 1.5 million faculty in degree-granting postsecondary institutions. Most US colleges are re-opening because they would go bankrupt if they did not have classes and students are not willin
New York City is in Serious trouble. Indeed, all diverse US cities are in trouble, especially those ruled by Democrats. The combination of coronavirus and unchecked rioting and looting have undermined their economies.
Botswana's rough diamond exports crashed 68% in 2Q20, Reuters said, citing data from the Bank of Botswana.
With the BLS's JOLTs, or job openings and labor turnover survey, coming in with an extra month delay, we already knew that both the June and July jobs data would come in well stronger than expected, after the record surge in May (if only after the ca
REOPENING GAY BATHHOUSES WILL AID 'ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL RECOVERY,' SAN FRANCISCO SUPERVISOR SAYS
Uber reports steep revenue decline, as delivery outpaces ride hailing.
Tesla is using large cranes to put pre-constructed wall and roof sections into place for the Gigafactory in Berlin. This appears to be on track to reach the completion of the outside building structure by the end of August. This would place the facto
As new buildings are almost complete, the most interesting things are now happening inside.
Tesla's team is not wasting any time to prepare the site for construction.
The auto trade isn't just about designing and selling cars--far from it.
Sen. Mike Lee's latest version of S.386 creates a novel "Green Card Lite" legal status to help Fortune 500 companies import many more Indian graduates into U.S. white collar jobs.
The Circle Of Death: Bankrupt Companies "Unfile" To Receive Government Bailouts, Then Immediately File Again
On Verge Of Six-Week Shuttering, Australian Small Businesses Beg: We Can't Survive Another Lockdown
The New York Times Co. NYT, 1.15% posted better-than-expected earnings for the second quarter on Wednesday, and said digital revenue exceeded print revenue for the first time.
As vaccine companies rush to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to market, billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates -- who routinely funnels hundreds of millions of dollars to various vaccine projects -- warns you will probably need "multiple doses" of a
China sells attack drones to Serbia
Minister of Economy, Labor and Energy of the State of Brandenburg Jörg Steinbach said Tesla's goal is to complete the construction Gig Berlin factory at a faster pace than the 11-month Giga Shanghai build. Tesla is leveraging modular construction