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Corruption scandal in Argentina fells titans of business

Buenos Aires - Records kept in notebooks of the kinds used by schoolchildren are bringing down titans of Argentina's industry in a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal.Dirty dealings are nothing new in Argentina.

Tesla's Elon Musk facing lawsuits from 'short-sellers'

Elon Musk's bombshell announcement that he is thinking of taking the electric car company Tesla private has landed him a lawsuit from some unhappy Wall Street investors.

HSBC: Earth is running out of the resources to sustain life

We all know everything we use has a limited lifetime. And this includes the Earth's resources, like air, water and the multitude of other things we take for granted. But how fast we are using these resources has become a serious problem.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk considering taking the company private

Tesla CEO Elon Musk stunned investors Tuesday with a string of tweets saying he is considering taking the company private, in what would be the largest deal of its kind.

Spanish taxis call off strike against Uber

Madrid - Spanish taxis late on Wednesday called off their days-long strike against online ride-hailing services like Uber after Madrid agreed to let regional governments regulate the sector.

WhatsApp introduces charges for business use

The social media service WhatsApp, which is proving more popular than Facebook's messenger service, is to start charging business users who wish to communicate with their customers.

Driving digital strategy and reimagining business: Q&A Special

Digital technologies have had a profound impact, disrupting entire industries. Incumbents have struggled as new and nimble players have emerged with innovative business models. Sunil Gupta provides expert oversight.

Harley-Davidson's new growth plan to include younger riders

Harley-Davidson unveiled its "More Roads to Harley-Davidson" growth plan on Monday, which gives a bit of insight into how the company plans to grow its base through 2022 and beyond.

Amazon: Not our job to worry about fears we're killing retailers

Amazon's senior vice president Russell Grandinetti said it's up to society and government to figure out how to handle the company's becoming a $178 billion disruptor in the retail sector.

Steel tariffs creating anger and chaos for U.S. companies

U.S. companies seeking to be exempted from President Donald Trump’s tariff on imported steel are accusing American steel manufacturers of spreading inaccurate and misleading information.

Cameco suspends uranium production at Canadian sites

Saskatoon - In the face of rock-bottom uranium prices, Cameco Corporation is indefinitely shutting down its Key Lake mill and McArthur River mines in Saskatchewan, laying off close to 700 employees.

Six barriers to becoming a digital business

Business analysts Gartner have identified six barriers to becoming a digital business, with the key factors stemming from a recent industry survey. Several of these barriers are linked to the need for significant changes to culture and systems.

Automaker shares fall sharply after being hit by Trump tariffs

Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler cut profit forecasts and their shares fell sharply on Wednesday, in a clear sign the global trade war is hurting the world’s largest car makers.

Ex-Israeli commandos innovate for 'weekend warriors'

- As a young officer in an elite unit of Israel's army, with its motto that no mission is impossible, Idan Peretz knew there had to be a better way to send rescue ropes across rivers.

Oil trader Vitol embraces clean energy with wind power fund

London - Vitol Group, the world’s largest independent oil trader, is launching a new fund with Low Carbon to invest in wind farms in Europe, joining a string of oil majors making moves into renewable energy.

Rolls-Royce unveils hybrid flying taxi at Farnborough

Farnborough - British engine maker Rolls-Royce revealed plans this week to develop a hybrid electric vehicle, dubbed the "flying taxi", which takes off and lands vertically and could be airborne within five years.

Big Oil and utilities square off for piece of EV charging dollars

The world's automakers are ready to release more than a dozen new hybrid or all-electric cars by the end of 2020, and oil companies, who have for years sold gas to fuel cars are now moving into the EV sector — but so are traditional utility companies.

New Tesla factory in China will crank out 500,000 cars a year

Shanghai - Tesla CEO Elon Musk sealed a crucial agreement Tuesday to start building its second car assembly plant in Shanghai, except, he left out one crucial detail - how much it’s all going to cost.

Blockchain foundations of financial instruments: Q&A Special

In the new blockchain world, to write financial contracts a small business usually has to hire high-cost individuals to write the code. As an alternative, the company Firmo has a code language that opens the door for people without coding skills.

Good for business: British lesbian on her Hong Kong court win

Fpo - When a British lesbian took on the Hong Kong government for the right to live and work in the city with her partner it was an intensely personal struggle -- but to her surprise it also struck a chord with finance giants in the economic powerhouse.

Jaguar warns 'bad Brexit' could kill new investment

London - Iconic British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover warned Thursday that a "bad" Brexit deal could jeopardise planned investment of more than $100 billion, upping corporate pressure as the government heads into crucial talks.

Enbridge sells Canadian natural gas assets to Brookfield

Calgary - Enbridge announced on Wednesday it has entered into definitive agreements to sell its Canadian natural gas gathering and processing business to Brookfield Infrastructure and its partners for $4.31-billion.

Tesla makes good on Model 3 production target

Fremont - Late on Sunday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, in an email to employees said that the Tesla team had achieved its Model 3 production milestone of 5,000 units in a week, and achieved a new record on overall production with 7,000 cars in a week.

Tenaris lays off Canadian workers as Trump steel tariffs bite

Sault Ste. Marie - Even as Canada's retaliatory tariffs go into effect today against President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum - a steel pipe manufacturer in Ontario is temporarily laying off 40 workers, according to a company spokesman.

Canadian tariffs set to kick in on Sunday as trade war heats up

Ottawa - On Sunday, Canada's $16.6-billion worth of retaliatory tariffs on dozens of U.S. products is set to kick in - the country's answer to the tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. But this simmering trade war will affect all of us.

Amazon unveils plan for entrepreneurs to take over from UPS

E-commerce giant Amazon, wanting more control over how its packages are delivered is rolling out a program Thursday that lets entrepreneurs around the country launch businesses that deliver Amazon packages.

Tesla's solar facilities hit as Elon Musk tries to turn a profit

Elon Musk's move to cut nine percent of the Tesla workforce will sharply downsize the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial $2.6 billion deal, according to internal documents and a few former employees.

Q&A: Why software outsourcing is becoming big business Special

By outsourcing software solutions, companies can reduce costs significantly and cope with the way software projects seem to constantly change. To understand the advantages further, Fima Katz, CEO, Exadel, Inc. provides some insights.

Amazon's Prime Wardrobe now open to all Prime members

All members of Amazon Prime in the U.S. now have free access to Wardrobe, Amazon's fashion service that allows users to try clothes before they buy them.

Despite tariffs, JinkoSolar will produce solar panels in US

New York City - Chinese manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd expects to start manufacturing solar panels at a new factory in Jacksonville, Florida, by the fourth quarter, and production will not be affected by the latest round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese products.
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