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Month: April 2022
In this article UBER LYFT Lyft President John Zimmer (R) and CEO Logan Green speak as Lyft lists on the Nasdaq at an IPO event in Los Angeles March 29, 2019. Mike Blake | Reuters Lyft and Uber said this week they will fully cover legal fees for their respective drivers who are sued under
WASHINGTON — The United Arab Emirates will fly an astronaut on a long-duration mission to the International Space Station through an agreement with Axiom Space. Axiom and the UAE’s Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) announced April 29 they signed an agreement whereby an Emirati astronaut will go to the station on the Crew-6 mission,
Earth Month in April is a time when companies push their sustainability press releases. Sometimes the announcements are legitimate efforts to change their practices to be less harmful to the Earth. Other times they’re a bunch of greenwash. To that end, this month my inbox was filled with announcements about new products, partnerships and programs.
According to a renowned nature organization, the number of individuals who do not mow their lawns is growing due to a successful campaign to preserve gardens naturally. No Mow May (Photo : Pixabay) Plantlife is urging gardeners to keep their lawnmowers in the shed during No Mow May this year to allow wild plants to
There are few things more fun than hitting the water with your friends on Sunday afternoon, a cooler full of cold brewskies and a smile on everyone’s faces. But then again, few things can bring the floating party to an end quicker than the sound of a sputtering outboard engine as you hand out paddles
An aerial view of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams on the campus of Michigan State University.Credit: Facility for Rare Isotope Beams One of nuclear physicists’ top wishes is about to come true. After a decades-long wait, a US$942 million accelerator in Michigan is officially inaugurating on 2 May. Its experiments will chart unexplored regions
Consumers notice spiking gasoline prices every time they drive to the pump. But energy industry analysts say the current spike in diesel prices is historic — and is pushing up the cost of all kinds of goods. Diesel prices are hovering around all-time highs, forced upward by the same circumstances that have fueled gasoline’s rise.
In this article GOOGL AMZN Getty Images; Chris Ratcliff | Bloomberg | Getty Images Shares of Amazon and Google parent Alphabet just closed out their steepest monthly drops since the 2008 financial crisis. The internet giants both reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results this week, hurt by a combination of macroeconomic factors, the war in Ukraine and
HELSINKI — A Long March 2C rocket sent a pair of optical remote sensing satellites into orbit early Friday to provide commercial remote sensing imagery. The Long March 2C lifted off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert at 12:11 a.m. April 29, placing the Siwei-01 and 02 satellites into their planned sun-synchronous
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said this latest aggressive move by Russia is another reminder that we need to work with reliable partners, and build our energy independence. Thierry Monasse | Getty Images News | Getty Images The European Union is racing to find alternative suppliers of natural gas after Russia’s Gazprom cut
Noah Baker and Nicky Phillips discuss COVID and diabetes risk Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 The true disability cost of the COVID-19 pandemic is still unknown, but more and more studies are adding to the list of potential fallout from even mild COVID 19 infection. In this episode of Coronapod
The tiny species of communal orb-weaving spider Philoponella prominens has to abruptly retreat after mating with a female partner, or it will become its post-sex snack, literally. P. prominens are social spiders that live in communities – up to 215 – to build connecting webs, according to a study published in the journal Current Biology.
This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy. This week, we discuss Elon Musk selling Tesla (TSLA) shares to buy Twitter, GM announcing an electric Corvette, Ford starting F-150 Lightning production, and more. Sponsored by Recurrent Auto: Check the battery before buying a used EV
In this article GM VOW3-DE In 2021, Volvo Cars said it planned to become a “fully electric car company” by the year 2030, a move which will require it to have a consistent and secure supply of batteries for its vehicles. Peerapon Boonyakiat /SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images The new CEO and president
In this article DIS Disney employee Nicholas Maldonado holds a sign while protesting outside of Walt Disney World on March 22, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. Employees are staging a company-wide walkout today to protest Walt Disney Co.’s response to controversial legislation passed in Florida known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Octavio Jones | Getty
WASHINGTON — Sierra Space says it is making good progress on its first Dream Chaser spaceplane as the company looks ahead to versions of the vehicle that can carry crews and perform national security missions. The company provided SpaceNews with images of the first Dream Chaser, named Tenacity, being assembled at its Colorado headquarters. The
This month marks the five-year anniversary of the launch of Patagonia’s Worn Wear resale site. This was the first brand-owned digital “recommerce” experience in the apparel industry. Then, and still today, it operates by Patagonia purchasing used clothing from its customers, cleaning it, and reselling via a recommerce website built by Trove. The resale portion
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