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Wind and solar power are the cheapest form of new electricity in most of the world today.

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Logitech announced better than expected Q2 results riding on increased sales of peripherals due to people refitting for work from home in the new pandemic driven reality.

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Internet connections are going astral with SpaceX putting a slew of Starlink satellites in the near-earth orbit to bolster speed and connections.

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Tesla has sent a range update for its Model Y cars which will hike up performance to 325 miles. The car’s HVAC has been upgraded.

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Only a quarter of BP’s planned 10,000 job cuts is going to be voluntary. According to an internal memo, BP plans to make 7,500 mandatory redundancies this year.

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Sony’s latest 3D display device ‘Spatial Reality Display’ allows you to review your creations in 3D without having to use cumbersome 3D glasses or …

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Rising sea levels are a credit risk for investors in coastal states’ infrastructure and municipal bonds.

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Elon Musk of Tesla tweeted a price cut for its Model S in response to the rival new startup Lucid’s announcement of its Air model price.

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Multi-trillion dollar asset manager BlackRock alone holds close to US$1 billion of ‘Eurobonds’ in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and Zambia through a number of funds.

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Evidence has regularly come out of how the stimulus package floated by the government under the CARES Act has been wildly misused by large corporate houses and even senators for pandemic relief.

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Solar and wind energy will lead the surge in renewables in the coming decades, says world body on alternative sources.

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Mitsui of Japan has said it will end investments in fossil fuel power stations to meet its goals of zero emission by 2050. Japanese financial firms are leading investor in coal projects worldwide.

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The Mineral team of X Labs from Alphabet has developed a robotic buggy that can help agriculturists embrace the complexities of growing food.

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Desperate times call for desperate measures and Singapore Airlines is doing that. Its pop-up restaurant seats sold out in just half an hour.

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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has proposed to rewrite international tax rules which could shed more than 1% of output and trigger a trade war. The proposed global tax overhaul would make digital companies pay their fair share of tax in countries where they do business, rather than where they register subsidiaries. This could boost national income tax revenues by a total of $50 to $100 billion a year, the OECD estimates.

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The Audi R8 has simplicity in designs and styling with one of the most potent engines inside.

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France introduces a new carbon emission tax plan that will make buyers of gas-guzzlers like Porsche and Ferrari to reconsider their purchasing decision.

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With a portfolio of Asian clients that rely on fossil fuel investments, HSBC will be in a difficult position to realize its commitment to zero emissions by 2050.

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The Pandemic has put a dampener on many happy occasions this year, but if you need to do some early festive shopping, Prime Day sales might just be the thing.

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Samsung Electronics is seeing a two-year high in profits riding high on Huawei troubles and a rise in demand for its chips.

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Petrobas, which is divesting assets to raise some $30 billion in the next five years, is selling to 3R Petroleum and DBO consortium.

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