Subscription Fee for Speed

Subscription Fee for Speed

A subscription fee to allow cars to reach their top acceleration is Mercedes-Benz’s latest brilliant new idea. The Mercedes-EQ EQE 350, Mercedes-Benz’s newest electric car, is capable of going from 0-60 MPH in about 5.2 seconds, according to the company’s online...
Rail Strike Could Cancel Christmas

Rail Strike Could Cancel Christmas

A rail strike threatens as pressure increases with the approach of the holiday season. Four of the largest rail unions in the United States have failed to reach contract agreements recently, over matters such as long required working hours, low paid sick leave, and...
Thanksgiving Inflation

Thanksgiving Inflation

Thanksgiving this year is expected to cost between 9% and 15% more than it did last year, with turkey and other traditional staples having jumped up in price. Food prices in general have risen between 9.5% to 10.5% this year; historically, they’ve risen only 2%...
Washington Attorney General vs Albertsons

Washington Attorney General vs Albertsons

The Washington Attorney General has filed a lawsuit to block Albertsons from offloading $4 billion to shareholders before the review of their upcoming merger. Albertson Companies Inc, which owns grocery store chains Albertsons, Safeway, Haggen, Kings, Tom Thumb, Vons,...
Twitter Board of Directors Fired

Twitter Board of Directors Fired

The Twitter board of directors have all been fired as Elon Musk takes control, after nearly a year of will-he-won’t-he from the erratic billionaire. Musk took over Twitter as its new owner this week, after his $44 billion purchase was pushed through against his...
Ticketmaster Involved in Antitrust Suit

Ticketmaster Involved in Antitrust Suit

Ticketmaster and Live Nation should not have been allowed to merge, according to an antitrust suit put before the Justice Department. In 2010, live events organizer Live Nation and online third-party ticket-seller Ticketmaster merged to become Live Nation...
Freight on the Mississippi Might Dry Up

Freight on the Mississippi Might Dry Up

Freight on the Mississippi is being threatened by record low water levels, and it may result in global supply chain issues. The Mississippi River, which stretches for 2340 miles from Lake Itasca in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico and connects the Great Lakes to the...
Nissan Exits Russia

Nissan Exits Russia

Nissan will sell its business holdings in Russia to a state-held entity for the token price of 1 euro after being forced to cease production in the country. The transfer will cost Nissan Motor Co Ltd an estimated 687 million in USD, but the agreement gives Nissan the...
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