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How a Quebec Lithium Mine May Help Make Electric Cars Affordable

About 350 miles northwest of Montreal, amid a vast pine forest, is a deep mining pit with walls of mottled rock. The pit has changed hands repeatedly and been mired […]




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3 indicators to watch for on Ford Q2 earnings day

While much of the automotive industry has suffered a downturn due to a lack of supply to meet pent-up demand, Ford has bucked the trend. At least, in terms of […]




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8 IT spending trends for the post-pandemic enterprise in 2022

Erik Bradley Contributor Erik Bradley brings more than two decades of experience in creating research platforms to his role as chief strategist at ETR, a market research firm specializing in […]




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Oriient raises $11M Series A for its indoor positioning service

Indoor navigation was something we heard about a lot after the launch of the iPhone and during that first wave of location-based apps. But the technology has quietly evolved over […]




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Lucid launches a faster, more expensive version of its flagship EV

Lucid Motors announced Tuesday a high-performance companion to its long-awaited Lucid Air luxury sedan: a 1,050-horsepower grand tourer with a 446-mile range. The $179,000 Lucid Air Grand Touring Performance Model […]




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Cadillac begins production of Lyriq crossovers, the GM luxury brand’s first EV

Cadillac began production on Monday of its first-ever electric vehicle, the $60,000 Lyriq crossover. General Motors’ luxury brand has high hopes for the SUV as the first model in the […]




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Cowboy raises $80M to take its e-bike business up a gear

The pandemic spurred a boom in electric bikes and other alternative urban transportation modes as city dwellers looked for less-crowded ways to get around their streets quickly and easily without […]




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Raven Software testers at Activision Blizzard form the first union at a major US gaming company

Today, Raven Software’s quality assurance department — which mostly works on “Call of Duty” as part of Activision Blizzard — became the first union to form at a major U.S. […]




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Afterpay unveils BNPL subscription offering for US customers

“Buy now, pay later” company Afterpay announced Wednesday that it was going after the $1.5 trillion global subscription payments market by offering to its U.S. customers payment installments for subscriptions, […]




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Chinese EV startup Nio’s journey to the West

Nio, a Chinese electric vehicle startup listed on the NYSE, will be in at least six European markets by 2022. The firm shared its ambitions for Europe on its earnings […]