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Eyeing African Market, Netflix Offers Free Plan To Kenyans: Reuters

Video streaming service Netflix is aiming to spark growth in the key African market of Kenya by offering customers a free mobile plan that would allow them to see about o a quarter of the company’s TV shows and movies in the country.  The strategy was launched in the country form Monday, the...

Honda Targeting Sale Of 70,000 Prologue EV Units Annually In US From 2024

The planned electric Prologue sport utility vehicle from Honda Motor Co, which the company plans to launch for the United States market, is expected to be the corner stone for the US business unit of the company as it targets to achieve initial annual sales of 70,000 units after the vehicles are...

Oil Giant Shell Targets Commercial Production Of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Royal Dutch Shell wants to encourage airlines around the world to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and plans to start producing low-carbon jet fuel at a commercial scale by 2025.   The lack of alternative technologies to jet fueled-engines has made the aviation sector to be one of the...

Union Building Effort At Amazon’s Nine Canadian Sites By Teamsters: Reuters

Campaigns to organize employees to form a trade union at least nine Canadian facilities of the United States based e-commerce giant Amazon.com was launched by the Teamsters Union of Canada, according to a report from Reuters based on interviews with union officials.   As a first step, the...

GM To Make Changes In Supply Chain Over Chips, Says CEO Barra

The largest American auto company General Motors Co is planning to bring in changes to its supply chain as a part of its strategy to combat the continuing global semiconductor chip shortage that has prompted mots companies to curb production, said the firm’s Chief Executive Mary Barra on Friday....

Stellantis Plans A Strong Push Into The Challenging Indian Market With Its Citroen Range

Carmaker Stellantis is trying to expand its business outside of its stronghold of Europe and enter into the emerging markets where the company has limited exposure. As a part of this strategy the company is planning for the launch of a new model in India and Latin America next year under its...

Apple Ordered to Relax Rules By US Judge For Its App Store

A US federal judge ruled that Apple Inc's App store rules were invalid on Friday. This allowed the company to allow developers access to other payment methods, which was a win for Epic Games and other app creators.   The judge didn't require Apple to allow app developers to use their in-app...

Google Sets Target Of Replenishing 20% More Water Than It Uses By 2030

Alphabet Inc's Google plans to replenish 20% of the water it uses in its offices and data centers by 2030, the company announced on Thursday. This is in response to concerns over water-guzzling tech facilities during record droughts.   In a blog post, Kate Brandt, Google Chief Sustainability...

Amazon To Finance Its Employees College Fees Worth $1.2 Billion

Amazon today announced that it will cover 100% of tuition costs for approximately 750,000 hourly U.S. employees. Amazon estimated that this new benefit, along with the training it will provide, would require an investment of $1.2Billion by 2025.   Amazon's announcement follows other major...

Toyota Lowers Production Target By 3% Due To Semiconductor And Chip Shortage

Toyota Motor Corp. lowered its annual production target to 300,000 vehicles Friday due to rising COVID-19 infection rates at parts factories in Vietnam, Malaysia which has added to a global shortage for auto chips.   After the company revised its production targets, Kazunari Kumakura, an...

Apple To Delay Rollout Of Its New Child Safety Features Following Criticism

Following criticism of Apple Inc’s proposed child safety features both outside and inside the company over the issue of privacy of the system, the iPhone maker announced that it would postpone implementation of the feature for collecting more feedback on the system so that the system can be...

American Firms Speak Out Against Law Changes In Texas, Including The New Abortion Law

Displeasure on issues such as the new Texas laws on abortion, handguns, and voting limitations were expressed by a host of the companies in the United States which includes the likes of Lyft Inc, American Airlines Group Inc and Silicon Laboratories Inc, this week. This is being viewed as renewed...
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