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The Latest Win-Win for Consumers

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 20, 2018

Surprise, surprise! Brick-and-mortar establishments could be making a bit of a comeback. And it’s all thanks to a little help from Amazon...

Model 3 Production Shuts Down... Again

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 20, 2018

Monday, Tesla announced that it had suspended its Model 3 production yet again. Will the electric car-maker ever stay true to its word?

SpaceX Will Build Its Mars Rocket in LA

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted April 18, 2018

Tomorrow, SpaceX will receive approval to start building its 200,000-square-foot facility on a Port of Los Angeles site. This facility will be where the company plans to build its first Big Falcon Rocket (BFR).

Uber Expanding Even More

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 16, 2018

Last week, Uber announced that it would be acquiring JUMP Bikes — a bike-sharing company. Now, the ride-sharing company will be offering car-sharing and public transit ticket services within its app, too.

The New Face of Volkswagen Is...

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 13, 2018

VW CEO Matthias Müller earned the praises that he received for steering the carmaker through the near-death experience of cheating on diesel emissions testing. But it wasn't enough for him to keep his job...

Uber Takes the Bike-Sharing Route

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted April 11, 2018

Uber recently announced that it’s acquired JUMP Bikes. With the addition of JUMP's dockless bike-sharing service to Uber’s app, users will have more options to choose from for their intracity transportation needs.

Markets Slide as Trade War With China Ensues

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 9, 2018

"Tit for tat" best describes the state of trade relations between China and the U.S. All signs are pointing to us waging a war for global power and influence for years to come.

Tesla Has Problems — Big Problems

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 6, 2018

Time's running out for Tesla as a laundry list of unmet promises piles up around it. And its three latest blunders have sent the electric car-maker's stock plummeting.

Gunmaker Files for Bankruptcy After Gun Control Rally

Written by John Peterson
Posted April 2, 2018

One day after a massive gun control march, a historic gun manufacturer filed for bankruptcy. It's no secret that the firearm industry is in a tight spot, but what exactly has been going on?

A Wave of Tech IPOs Has Hit

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 28, 2018

On the heels of the success of Dropbox's recent IPO, a wave of tech startup IPOs might be coming our way…

The First Victims of Amazon's Grocery War Have Fallen

Written by John Peterson
Posted March 26, 2018

Amazon has surely made a dominant name for itself. Less than a year after the company acquired Whole Foods, the entire grocery industry is quivering from the impact...

Facebook: Tainted and Untrustworthy

Written by John Peterson
Posted March 23, 2018

The Cambridge Analytica scandal is of Facebook's own making. Could this mean the end of the social media giant?

Wham! Bam! No More Scam! Google Ban Kills Cryptos

Written by John Peterson
Posted March 19, 2018

Bitcoin fell even further last Wednesday after Google announced that it would be banning all crypto-related ads. Other cryptos plummeted, too, as the overall tightening of the cryptocurrency market continues...

Musk to Save Us All From a Future Dark Age

Written by John Peterson
Posted March 16, 2018

Elon Musk’s dream of sending ordinary people, like you and me, on a trip to Mars is old news. But his overly optimistic timeline and reasons behind colonizing the red planet just might surprise you...

SpaceX Isn't Slowing Down Anytime Soon

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 14, 2018

SpaceX successfully pulled off 18 missions in 2017 and has even more launches scheduled for 2018. If these launches stay on schedule, it would be a huge success for not only SpaceX but also for the world…