• Audi Launches its Cheapest Electric Car Variant

    Audi Inc just launched the Audi e-Tron Q4, the very first electrical SUV from the company, starting at a price of $45,000. With the tax credits from the US for electrical vehicles, the effective price is nearly $37,500. The company hasn’t yet revealed the prices for expensive SUV versions....
  • Here’s how Kroger is all set to fight Amazon

    Kroger (KR), the warehouse expert and online grocery store from Britain, partners with Ocado and is opening a 375,000 sq. ft. entirely automated middle exterior this spring. This $55 million worth in Cincinnati is the first of the ten stores planned by the company. Kroger is in plans to...
  • Coinbase valued at nearly $100 billion ahead of going public

    Coinbase Global Inc, a cryptocurrency company goes public on Wednesday, valuing almost $100 billion in Nasdaq debut, paving way for another milestone in bitcoin and other digital currencies’ progress. This move from the company came during the surge of crypto values that is luring the top-tier and mainstream companies’...
  • Post Covid, there’s a shortage of Ketchup in the United States

    If you are a ketchup lover, then this news may horrify you slightly. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the country is going through a shortage of ketchup and the restaurants and food chains are finding it hard to meet the demands of their customers. Most Americans love...
  • Alibaba’s shares up 6% in US premarket after $2.8 billion forfeit

    The e-commerce giant Alibaba’s shares rose 6% in the US premarket trading after the $2.8 billion penalties by Chinese regulators. The fine was levied as a result of anti-monopoly after due investigation. The company’s shares listed in Hongkong closed at nearly 6.5% higher on Monday. China launched the anti-monopoly...
  • Why aren’t people enrolling for Jobs when they are more than what was before the Pandemic?

    Hesitant, dispirited, and nervous people left many job positions vacant even though new positions ascended to 15 million by mid-March, as per the recent data from ZipRecruiter, an online job site. The positions shrank from 10 million last year, before the pandemic began, to 6 million as the lockdown...
  • ‘Satan Shoes’ Trademark Lawsuit to be recalled as Nike settles with MSCHF

    Nike Inc, on 8th April, released a statement stating that the company and MSCHF, a Brooklyn-based product studio have settled on the Satan Shoe suit. The suit was filed by Nike after MSCHF made and launched the Satan Shoes in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. Satan Shoes were...
  • Rolls-Royce sees its Best Quarter in 116 Years

    BMW-owned luxury car company Rolls-Royce recorded the best quarter ever in its 116-year history. The company, snapping up different models including the $330 million SUV, set an excellent record of sales in its first quarter of 2021, delivering a whopping 1,380 cars. Records say that these sales are 62...
  • China’s Bitcoin Mining Could Derail its Climate Change Targets as per Studies

    A study published earlier this week says that around 75% of the whole world’s bitcoin mining happens in China as there is easy access to specialized hardware-making manufacturers and cheaper electricity, and this could hamper the country’s carbon emission-reduction goals due to intensive bitcoin mining. Bitcoin, being a decentralized...