An autonomous electric car of GM’s Cruise in Detroit, US. Associated Press
Rich or not, young and old, hip urbanites and rural dwellers alike: Norwegians, including Crown Prince Haakon, are increasingly switching to electric cars.
Uber Technologies, the world’s largest ride-hailing company, plans an initial public offering (IPO) that values the company as much as one-third below what the startup’s insiders had hoped for, between $80.5 billion and $91.5 billion. Underscoring the company’s ability to generate revenue but also the scale of its losses,
Electric vehicle (EV) concepts shown in Shanghai this week, such as the Audi AI:me and Infiniti QX Inspiration, point to a future of living-room-like comfort in cars with flat floors and ample space for sofa-like bench seats. In the design studies, automakers have taken advantage
Imagine one day that your rich friend Becky FaceTimes you from San Francisco to show off her brand-new luxury car. Congrats to Becky! She works hard for a living, and she earned that brand-new whip. But then, when collecting your next paycheck, you notice Uncle Sam took part of your earnings to pay for Becky›s car. To make matters worse,
UAE-based IBC Group announced on Tuesday that it intends to acquire 10,000 premier properties in Dubai, to furnish and manage as holiday homes, and has contracted Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Gulf Properties
Japan has approved shipments of a high-tech material to South Korean (SK) market for the second time since imposing export curbs last month, two sources said, ahead of talks by government officials this week to resolve a dispute stemming
BHP Group posted its largest annual profit in five years and record full-year dividends, but its share price eased as the world’s biggest miner flagged global economic headwinds that could hit demand for its key commodities, iron ore and copper.