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Oil Extends Gain as US Stockpiles Drop and Trade...
by Grant Smith on December 12, 2018 at 4:15 pm
Oil extended an advance after a U.S. industry report signaled a bigger-than-expected draw in nationwide crude inventories and as trade tensions eased between the world’s largest economies. […]
Hyundai Plans $6.7 Billion Investment to Boost...
by Sohee Kim on December 12, 2018 at 3:45 pm
Hyundai Motor Group and its suppliers plan to spend $6.7 billion (7.6 trillion won) through 2030 to raise production of fuel cells more than 200-fold as the South Korean automaker targets becoming a key player in new-energy vehicle technology. […]
Agility to Invest $100 Million in Shipa Digital...
by Transport Topics on December 12, 2018 at 3:45 pm
Agility, a global logistics and freight services company headquartered in Kuwait, has announced a $100 million investment over three years to launch Shipa.com. The platform will help businesses, entrepreneurs and consumers manage freight, e-commerce and urban deliveries online. […]
Tesla CEO Elon Musk Is Getting Last Laugh on Wall...
by Esha Dey on December 12, 2018 at 3:30 pm
It was only a few months ago that Wall Street was bashing Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc. One analyst called the stock “no longer investable,” citing Musk’s erratic behavior in tweets and taunts. A short seller bet on a dramatic drop, saying it’s “more and more apparent that Tesla is having difficulties paying their bills.&rdquo […]
House Panel Examines Draft Legislation for...
by Eugene Mulero on December 12, 2018 at 2:45 pm
WASHINGTON — With the current session of Congress quickly coming to a close, the top policymaker on environmental issues in the U.S. House made sure new draft legislation on ethanol mandates he co-authored would see the light of day. […]