No car was sold in Shanghai in April because the policy of zero Covid harmed the activities

No car was sold in Shanghai in April because the policy of zero Covid harmed the activities

China’s largest metropolitan area, home to 25 million people, has been under strict quarantine for seven weeks. Authorities have ordered people to stay at home and shut down many businesses as they try to suppress the worst outbreak of Covid in the city. Although authorities announced on Monday that they would allow “low levels of … Read more

How Carvana went from the best choice on Wall Street to trading in memes

How Carvana went from the best choice on Wall Street to trading in memes

Ernie Garcia, CEO, Carvana Scott Mill CNBC Carvana CEO Ernie Garcia III regularly tells Wall Street that the “march continues” in the company’s mission to become the largest and most profitable used car dealer in the world. Its share price started this year as well, only in the wrong direction for investors. Within six months, … Read more

After the “hippie” bus and the Beetle, VV took another look at America

After the “hippie” bus and the Beetle, VV took another look at America

As Volkswagen seeks to revive the Scout brand in the United States, CEO Herbert Diess shed light on the decision, saying it represents an opportunity for the German car giant to “become much more American”. Last Wednesday, VV announced plans to re-launch the Scout as an all-electric pickup and a “rough” SUV, with prototypes due … Read more

George Soros supports the bet on Riviana while Ford brings bad news

George Soros supports the bet on Riviana while Ford brings bad news

Rivian (RIVN) – Get Report Rivian Automotive, Inc. class A he was scared, but the electric vehicle manufacturer made up for it. The young manufacturer of electric SUVs and pickups has just cleared up some of the many doubts that hang over its short-term future. The company, based in Irvine, California, has confirmed its goal … Read more

Cold, solid, sanitary cash? BIU study reveals that leaving without cash to prevent COVID-19 was “useless”

Cold, solid, sanitary cash?  BIU study reveals that leaving without cash to prevent COVID-19 was “useless”

Liz Atkinson, manager of the Quicksilver store at Outlets on Traverse Mountain in Lehi, cleans the terminal after the transaction on May 1, 2020. Many companies have begun to encourage plastic debit and credit card transactions as a security measure to combat the spread of COVID -19. Now, a study by the BIU says that … Read more

Elon Musk has the wrong approach in counting fake and unsolicited messages on Twitter: experts

Elon Musk has the wrong approach in counting fake and unsolicited messages on Twitter: experts

Tesla CEO Elon Musk weakened shares on Twitter on Friday when he said that he would put his purchase of the social network of 44 billion dollars on hold while he investigates the share of fake and unwanted accounts on the platform. Although Musk later clarified that he remains committed to the agreement, he continued … Read more

Initial investor Jason Kalakanis is raising millions for his share on Twitter

Initial investor Jason Kalakanis is raising millions for his share on Twitter

Jason Calacanis Adam Jefferi CNBC Angelic investor Jason Kalakanis, an early supporter of Uber and Robinhood, is seeking to raise tens of millions of dollars for a stake in Twitter as part of Elon Musk’s $ 44 billion deal to buy a social media company. “We are now collecting interest for investing in Twitter with … Read more

Tesla CEO Elon Musk rejects hydrogen as an energy storage tool

Tesla CEO Elon Musk rejects hydrogen as an energy storage tool

Elon Musk has a history of expressing strong opinions about hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cells. A few years ago, when the topic emerged during a discussion with reporters at the World Automobile News Congress, the electric vehicle magnate described hydrogen fuel cells as “extremely stupid.” Jim Watson | AFP | Getty Images Tesla CEO Elon … Read more

The national bird flu epidemic was first detected in wild birds in Utah

The national bird flu epidemic was first detected in wild birds in Utah

A photo of a great horned owl in the wilds of Utah, taken in 2018. The Utah Wildlife Resources Department announced that a great horned owl found dead in Cash County died of bird flu outbreaks across the country. (Utah Wildlife Resources Department) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – A great horned … Read more