Apple car may upset auto industry manufacturing model

Apple car may upset auto industry manufacturing model

By Christy Gren - Jan 18, 2021

Since last December, the Apple car project called Titan has been generating much interest with speculations surrounding design manufacturing and OEMs of the car. An Apple car is hi

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Bitcoin vs Gold: The Hottest Debate on the Wall Street

Bitcoin vs Gold: The Hottest Debate on the Wall Street

By Anna Domanska - Jan 11, 2021

So what is the sentiment that is driving Wall Street and high-flying investors to show so much confidence in Bitcoin’s performance?

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Renewable Energy Stocks That Will Make You Rich

Renewable Energy Stocks That Will Make You Rich

By Christy Gren - Jan 07, 2021

Stock market made some impressive gains in the past year and part of its success has come from these renewable energy stocks.

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Bitcoin could reach a high of $146,000, says JPMorgan

Bitcoin could reach a high of $146,000, says JPMorgan

By Christy Gren - Jan 06, 2021

JPMorgan & Chase says Bitcoin could ascent to over $146,000 as the cryptocurrency eats into gold’s market share.

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Analysts say green bonds will attract $500 billion in 2021

Analysts say green bonds will attract $500 billion in 2021

By Christy Gren - Jan 04, 2021

There are now more than 1,500 equity funds and green bonds are sure to attract $500 billion in 2021.

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Woznaik's Wozx Crypto Reaches 1400% Value within Days of Listing

Woznaik's Wozx Crypto Reaches 1400% Value within Days of Listing

By Christy Gren - Dec 10, 2020

Get all the latest and daily updates by the upcoming CEO magazine, Industry Leaders.

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Water Futures to Join Gold, Oil and Trade on Wall Street

Water Futures to Join Gold, Oil and Trade on Wall Street

By Christy Gren - Dec 09, 2020

Scarcity of water in states like California brings it to the spot markets making it a part of commodity trade and business. US is the highest consumer of water after China.

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Global Ad Spending On Road to Recovery

Global Ad Spending On Road to Recovery

By Christy Gren - Dec 08, 2020

The global advertising expenditure was one of the first things cut during the Great Recession of 2008. Things were much worse in America alone as ad spending shrunk by 13 percent.

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ILO's report says Covid-19 pushed wage inequality further

ILO's report says Covid-19 pushed wage inequality further

By Christy Gren - Dec 03, 2020

Get latest updates on the COVID-19 on the fastest growing magazine, Industry Leaders.

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