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

Is Japan open to travelers? Some locals are not ready to reopen the borders

Is Japan open to travelers?  Some locals are not ready to reopen the borders

As countries across Asia reopen to international travelers, Japan – one of the continent’s most popular destinations – remains firmly closed. That could change soon. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced at a press conference in London on Thursday that Japan would ease border controls in June. Locals often celebrate the easing of pandemic-related border restrictions, … Read more

Ford may have very bad news for Rivian

Ford may have very bad news for Rivian

The first quarter was very difficult for Rivian (RIVN) – Get Report Rivian Automotive, Inc. class A and its shareholders. The latter saw the value of their stake melt away as shares of the “end” fell due to investor concerns about its ability to cope with rising production rates, a PR crisis caused by clumsiness … Read more

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie enter the Rock Hall of Fame

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie enter the Rock Hall of Fame

Eminem, Lionel Richie, Carli Simon, Eurithmics, Duran Duran and Pat Benatar have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a list that includes Dolly Parton, who initially resisted the honor. The winners – voted for by more than 1,000 artists, historians and music industry professionals – “each had a profound impact on … Read more

Russia’s intimidating cyber target in Ukraine: digital files

Russia’s intimidating cyber target in Ukraine: digital files

BOSTON (AP) – Russia’s relentless digital attacks in Ukraine it may have done less damage than many expected. But most hacking is focused on a different goal that receives less attention, but has frightening potential consequences: data collection. Ukrainian agencies made a breakthrough ahead of the February 24 invasion include the Ministry of the Interior, … Read more

The CDC estimates that 3 out of 4 children had a coronavirus infection

The CDC estimates that 3 out of 4 children had a coronavirus infection

NEW YORK (AP) – Three out of four children in the United States are infected with the corona virus, and more than half of all Americans had signs of previous infections, researchers from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimated in a report from Tuesday. Researchers tested blood samples from more than 200,000 Americans … Read more

Beijing has concluded some areas that the number of COVID-19 cases is growing

Beijing has concluded some areas that the number of COVID-19 cases is growing

BEIJING (AP) – The capital of China, Beijing, began mass testing of more than 3 million people on Monday and restricted residents in one part of the city to their properties, which caused concern over the wider Shanghai-style closure. Although only 70 cases have been detected in the city with more than 21 million since … Read more

“Recession in the next 12 months is not in our main case”: Shares were disrupted on Friday. Why smart investors focus on the long game

“Recession in the next 12 months is not in our main case”: Shares were disrupted on Friday.  Why smart investors focus on the long game

The stock market ended a volatile week on Friday gloomily, with three major U.S. indices falling as investors were caught up in worries like inflation, the Fed’s fight against it and fears of a recession that will be hard to come by. As trust has been breached, financial experts have advised investors not to panic, … Read more

Hundreds of birds were found dead, probably from bird flu, on a lake in Illinois

Hundreds of birds were found dead, probably from bird flu, on a lake in Illinois

CHICAGO – Bird flu has probably killed hundreds of double-breasted cormorants nesting on Lake Bakers near Barrington. Wildlife biologist Chris Ankor said that this is the biggest epidemic of diseases in wild birds he has seen in Cook County. “I’ve never seen anything like it since I started working here 41 years ago,” said Ankor … Read more