Month: October 2022

7:07 AM ET Daniel Ricciardo said he is talking to Formula One teams about a reserve role next year and that taking a break from racing could prove to be “a blessing in disguise.” The Australian finished seventh for McLaren in Sunday’s Mexico City Grand Prix and was voted Driver of the Day by fans
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In this article TSP Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT TuSimple, partly owned by UPS, makes self-driving trucks, a technology that may be among the innovations to help lower longer-run inflation in the transport sector. Source: TuSimple Self-driving truck startup TuSimple has fired its CEO, Xiaodi Hou, after an internal investigation found improper dealings and
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By Johnna Crider Posted on October 29, 2022 Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter has finally come to a close, and as he takes charge of the platform, some advertisers aren’t too happy. Citing his love for humanity, Elon Musk wrote a letter to Twitter’s advertisers emphasizing the importance of ad relevancy on Thursday. On Friday,
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Mining companies are going to great lengths to source the raw materials needed for electric vehicle batteries, even miles below the ocean’s surface. They are racing to tap into these seabed stockpiles, striking deals, developing mining processes and equipment and striving to be eco-friendly. Meanwhile, environmental groups want to slow the rush until more is
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CHICAGO — It’s not the “great resignation.” The challenges in the U.S. labor market today can be better understood as the “great reassessment,” said Adam Robinson, CEO of Hireology, a recruitment technology company that works with auto dealerships. There is a broad rethinking happening about “what it means to have an employment relationship,” Robinson said
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