Baja California issues warning after violence outbreak
Baja California issues warning after violence outbreak
As Donald Trump stayed away, there was a whiff of desperation from his rivals in a chaotic showdown.
A Which? survey found 10% of UK customers had received a card in their packaging offering them an incentive for leaving a five-star review
Gunn is deep in planning mode when it comes to the future of DC Studios
Human rights groups say there is a worrying trend of activists being arrested on tax evasion charges.
Luxury carmaker Porsche AG on Thursday confirmed its 2023 outlook, saying demand for its cars remained strong despite the challenging macroeconomic environment. Since the beginning of August, Porsche AG's share price has lost more than a fifth, driven partly by growing concerns about the Chinese economy and weaker demand in automotive markets. Still, the company said it still expects an operating return on sales of 17%-19% in 2023 on sales of 40 billion to 42 billion euros ($42.05 billion to $44.15 billion), as well as a return on sales of more than 20% long-term.
Atlas Materials, which has developed a new technology to process low-grade nickel that can be used for electric vehicle batteries, has raised $27 million ahead of building a pilot plant in North America, the start-up firm said on Thursday. U.S.-based Atlas said it has come up with a way to treat a type of nickel ore usually used as an ingredient in stainless steel into a form that can be used for EV batteries with low emissions and no waste. The company aims to launch production at a pilot plant at one of three possible sites in either Canada, or the United States, by 2027 with 1,800 metric tons of annual nickel output, CEO Jeremy Ley told Reuters.
Enza Capital, a venture capital firm that backs startups “organizing the offline online” and “digitizing key African industries,” has closed $58 million across two funds. The fund is still active and has invested in fintech, logistics, health, human capital and climate tech companies. Enza Capital, which now self-describes as a multi-stage investor due to its larger follow-on investments to Series B, is still particular about these industries in its second fund launched this year.
Blending the righteous indignation of Emile Zola with the forensic journalism of Bob Woodward, the reporter from SportBusiness France was about to deliver the bombshell that would shake the very foundations of the Rugby World Cup.
Switzerland's glaciers suffered their second worst melt rate this year after record 2022 losses, shrinking their overall volume by 10% in the last two years, monitoring body GLAMOS said on Thursday. The one-two punch for Swiss glaciers during the country's third hottest summer on record means they lost as much ice in two years as in the three decades before 1990, it said, describing the losses as "catastrophic". "This year was very problematic for glaciers because there was really little snow in winter, and the summer was very warm," Matthias Huss, who leads Glacier Monitoring Switzerland (GLAMOS), told Reuters.
The Zurich Film Festival boasts a strong lineup of international films, among them Bradley Cooper’s “Maestro,” Yorgos Lanthimos’ “Poor Things” and Emerald Fennell’s “Saltburn,” and high-profile guests that include Jessica Chastain, Diane Kruger, Ethan Hawke, Todd Haynes and Wim Wenders. The ZFF this year screens a record number of world and European premieres — 52 …
Consecutive interest rate hikes have seriously damaged Russian banks' prospects, the financial head of Russia's No. 2 bank VTB said on Thursday, anticipating a sharp drop in the sector's profits next year after a bumper 2023. VTB CFO Dmitry Pyanov said high rates had so far had virtually no impact on VTB's net interest income but that would change in the months ahead. "We have about 15 billion roubles of falling interest income per 1 percentage point increase in the key rate," Pyanov told reporters.
Physical fitness and avoiding weight gain may be more significant than shedding pounds to prevent kidney disease in obese adults, a new study indicates.
The Vivaldi browser, which has been in beta testing for iOS devices over the past few months, is ready for a public release.
A new book celebrates half a century of work by the landmark English photographer, who has captured everything from factories to shrines in stunning black-and-white images
Ozempic, a Type 2 diabetes drug that has increasingly been used to help with weight loss, will now be labeled as having the potential to block intestines.
On Sept. 28, 2018, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck near the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, triggering a tsunami that killed more than 1,500 people.
A new ITV drama details the crimes of the notorious Peter Sutcliffe. Here, we explore the real life events relating to the 'Yorkshire Ripper' from the series.
Standing like a beacon on Wiltshire’s plains, Salisbury Cathedral supports Britain’s tallest spire. The 13th-century building is a fine example of English Gothic architecture and impresses all who see it (including, infamously, a pair of Russian spies). But it is about to become a great deal lovelier. In November, the cathedral sheds the last of the scaffolding that has kept it partially hidden from view for a remarkable 37 years.
Levitation is a basic skill at Hogwarts but impossible in real life where the laws of physics hold true, scientists have found.
Two images of Tove Jansson, one old and the other young. In the first she’s swimming in the calm blue sea of the Gulf of Finland. Behind her is Klovharun, the tiny, rocky island in the Pellinge archipelago where for 26 years she spent her summers. She’s beaming and on her silver hair is a midsummer crown of flowers. The other photo was taken decades earlier, in 1947, when she was thirty-two. This time she’s on Bredskär, the island she’d just bought with her brother Lasse. She’s in the process of