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US Federal Judge Demands Explanation Of SEC-Musk Settlement, Musk Mocks SEC

Tesla’s Elon Musk is apparently in trouble once against after having mocked the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) a few hours after he and the regulator was ordered by a federal judge to explain the justification of the settlement between the two parties where Musk was allowed...

Musk Will Not Be Tesla Chairman Under Settlement Agreement With SEC

In a settlement with the United States Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), Tesla chairman and founder Elon Musk and the company Tesla has agreed to pay $20 million each and the stepping down of Musk as the chairman of the electric car manufacturer.   The settlement marks an end to two...

Analysts Make Varied Predictions On Musk’s Future, Tesla Shares Drop

Even as the share price of the US based electric car maker Tesla dropped significantly after the news that the US SEC has filed a case against company CEO and founder Elon Musk on charges o committing fraud, analysts at Wall Street were busy ascertaining the worth of the company minus Musk.  ...

'Exchange Wechat Accounts' Is The Advice Of Coca-Cola Exec For Trump And Xi

‘Make like Chinese businessmen and exchange WeChat accounts’ is the advice for a solution for the ongoing trade war between the United States and China given by the Chinese head of one of the world's most iconic brands for US president Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.  ...

Trump Threatens To Take US Out Of The World Trade Organization

The United States President Donald Trump has warned that if the World Trade Organization (WTO) if the global; organization doesn't "shape up", he would pull the US out of the organizaiton. The US president said this during an interview with the news outlet  Bloomberg.   The way the...

Trump Alleges Google Is “Bias” Against Him, Company Refutes Charge

Stepping up his tirade against the search engine Google, US president Donald Trump has continued to allege that it is biased against him.   Trump blamed that the landing page of Google apparently promoted the State of the Union addresses of former president Barack Obama and not his speech,...

New Study Claims Emails Done While Commuting Should Count As Work

Researchers say that the time that is spent by commuters on work related e-mails while travelling needs to be treated as part of their working day.   A study from the University of the West of England says that the typical working day has been extended because of the easier access to wi-fi...

Trump, Erdogan Urged To End Dispute By Business Groups As Investments Get Hit

Some firms are being forced to suspend investment plans because of the political dispute between the NATO allies political dispute between the NATO allies U.S. and Turkey, warned business groups of both countries and added that investor confidence was also being affected.   There was an...

Apologies To Thai Cave Rescuer Tendered By Elon Musk On Tweeter

After an offending comment on Twitter against a Briton who led a rescue team engaged in the rescue of a group of boys and their football coach trapped in a cave in Thailand last week, the tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has apologised to the individual. Musk had called the man - Vernon Unsworth, a...

'Absurd' Travel Insurance Costs Being Faced By Cancer Patients In The UK

A report by the City watchdog has revealed that affordable travel insurance is being hard to find by cancer patients even after the completion of a long treatment in the UK.   Now, in order to direct people to specialist cover, it will now work with the industry, says the Financial Conduct...

10-Year Term For UK Hacker Selling Stolen Private Data Of Customers Of High Street Brands

A jail sentence of 10 years has been awarded to a U.K. hacker who take orchestrated cyber attacks on a number of companies before customers’ data was sold by him on the dark web.   High street brands including Sainsbury’s, Asda, Uber, Argos and bookmakers Ladbrokes and Coral were hacked by...

Finland’s Universal Basic Income Test Fails; Not An Alternative For Job Displacement?

There are many who believe that advances in information technologies would result in shift in employment even though they also agree it is critical in achieving greater efficiency in various aspects of business and commerce. They argue that there would be loss of jobs and suppression of wages. And...
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