“I must say up front that we’re not against electric vehicles. But in order for electric vehicles to cover long distances, they currently need to be loaded with a lot of batteries that take a considerable amount of time to charge. There’s also the issue of battery life,” he said. “But as laws and regulations
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Finnish mobile games and animation studio Rovio Entertainment Ltd is considering to list its shares in Helsinki, bourse operator Nasdaq said on Tuesday. Nasdaq did not give further details, but said Rovio was due to hold a press conference later on Tuesday. Following years of falling earnings, job cuts and restructuring, Rovio returned to profit
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San Sebastian, a picturesque tourist destination in northern Spain’s Basque Country, has been plagued by anti-tourism protests this summer. Organized by leftist youth group Ernai, one incident saw a tourist train stopped by demonstrators. Tourism is worth 13 percent to San Sebastian’s economy, and the city was deemed 2016’s European Capital of Culture. Eneko Goia,
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While the ban on ICOs does not directly affect bitcoin, the news created negative market sentiment which is weighing on the prices of several virtual currencies, according to Charles Hayter, chief executive and founder of digital currency comparison website CryptoCompare. “A rising tide lifts all boats but the opposite is also true – with generally
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Sergei Karpukhin | Reuters Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he speaks to journalists following a live nationwide broadcast call-in in Moscow, Russia June 15, 2017. Russian President Vladimir Putin says that whoever reaches a breakthrough in developing artificial intelligence will come to dominate the world. Putin, speaking Friday at a meeting with students, said
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Maurizio Gambarini | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel attends a press conference in the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany on July 05, 2017. If pollsters are to be believed, half of all Germans eligible to vote will be glued to their television sets on Sunday evening for the only debate between
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As a physical education (P.E.) teacher and a two-time contestant on the challenging obstacle-course competition “American Ninja Warrior,” Morgan “Moose” Wright is, of course, teaching his children to be physically fit. And he’s melding those lessons with financial fitness, as well. Wright, a 43-year-old elementary school teacher from North Fort Myers, Florida, made it to
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Star Clippers’ five-masted, full-rigged 439-foot Royal Clipper looks like an old-fashioned sailing ship. Tucked inside are modern navigation systems, upscale accommodations and amenities, such as three swimming pools and supervised mast-climbing. The spa, health club and other areas of the ship’s Captain Nemo Lounge even have underwater glass portholes. When Star Clippers’ Flying Clipper, debuts
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In order to help investors become better at navigating the stock market, Jim Cramer revealed some of the biggest mistakes he has made in over 30 years of investing. “Frankly, there are so many mistakes here that it might take a bit to explain them all,” the “Mad Money” host said. He learned that when
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Jim Cramer harbors a grudge for Wall Street professionals who tell people they can’t invest on their own. “I watched people clobber the market regularly and I have always, therefore, resented those who tell you that you can’t do it yourself,” the “Mad Money” host said. When Cramer worked at Goldman Sachs advising wealthy investors
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In an interview with CNBC on Friday, White House economic czar Gary Cohn said that the main beneficiaries of a planned corporate-tax cut are workers. Touting the benefits of cutting the corporate-tax rate, he said it’s not just rich investors who stand to gain. He said pensions own most of the corporate stocks in the
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