Pass of arms between the lawyers of Twitter and Musk on the data to be provided

Lawyers for Elon Musk and Twitter on Wednesday gave an overview of the arguments they could make during the trial to force, or not, the entrepreneur to buy the social network, summoning among other things the recent revelations of a pitcher alert. Elon Musk’s representative tried to convince the judge in charge of the case, … Read more

British motorists and lawyers demonstrate against inflation

Lawyers in gowns and wigs demanding an increase in their remuneration to snail operations on the roads for the drop in fuel prices, British inflation gave rise to new demonstrations on Monday. Read alsoModerna to build RNA vaccine research and production facility in UK Historic strike last month in the UK Against a background of … Read more

Tesla stumbles on Wall Street after reports of possible workforce cut

Saying to have “a super bad feeling about the economy”his boss Elon Musk would have mentioned in an e-mail the need to cut 10,000 jobs. Shares of electric car maker Tesla fell on Wall Street on Friday (June 3) after news reports of an email from Elon Musk mentioning the need to cut the company’s … Read more

The Saudi Crown Prince in Ankara, “business as usual” after Khashoggi

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is expected in Turkey on Wednesday June 22 for his first official visit to the country, after nine years of estrangement born of the Arab Spring and exacerbated by the assassination in Istanbul of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “God willing, we will see to what level we can raise relations … Read more

£768 million lawsuit against Apple in the UK

A British consumer advocate on Thursday launched a 768 million pound (nearly 900 million euros) procedure against Apple in the case of old models of iPhones that the manufacturer had admitted to having deliberately slowed down. This case has already cost him heavy compensation in several countries. Read alsoApple is gradually reducing its dependence on … Read more

economic growth returns to pre-pandemic levels

South Africa’s economy grew by 1.9% in the first quarter, returning to the level posted before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to official statistics released on Tuesday. “The economy is now at pre-pandemic levels, with GDP slightly higher than it was before the Covid-19 pandemic“, says the government statistics agency. Read alsoSouth Africa: … Read more

Mercedes will sell, before Tesla, cars with autopilot

Watching a movie when it’s jammed on the highway: that’s what the system will allow “Drive Pilotfrom Mercedes-Benz, marketed from mid-May in Germany, ahead of Tesla in the competitive niche of autonomous driving called “level 3“. The system, which allows you to take your hands off the steering wheel and look away from the road … Read more

The United States wants to attract foreign tourists again

The United States wants to bring back foreign tourists, banned for a year and a half because of Covid-19, and presented a plan on Monday to seduce them, aiming to welcome 90 million international travelers a year. Total spending by these visitors is estimated at $279 billion a year, the Commerce Department said in a … Read more

21% drop in new car sales in May

Car sales in May fell nearly 21% year-on-year in the UK due to continuing spare parts shortages as a result of global supply chain disruptions. It is the second worst month of May in thirty years with the exception of the confinement of 2020, argues the SMMT, the British sector association, in a press release … Read more

activity in services continues to decline

Activity in services continued to decline in May in China under the effect of anti-Covid restrictions, but less abruptly than in April, according to an independent index published on Monday. The purchasing managers’ index (PMI), calculated by IHS Markit and published by the media group Caixin, stood at 41.4 points, against 36.2 the previous month. … Read more