Cadillac President Steve Carlisle outlined the brand’s electrification plans to journalists on Thursday in Detroit, making the bold statement that Cadillac could be an EV-only brand by 2030. (Key word there is could.) Cadillac is entering the new decade as an internal combustion engine brand, but the end of the 2020s will be “the end of … Continue reading Cadillac plans to be 100% Electric by 2030
Robinhood is the top investment app in the market today. Don’t have it yet? Get it here. One share of Amazon stock costs over $1700, locking out less wealthy investors. So to continue its quest to democratize stock trading, Robinhood is launching fractional share trading this week. This lets you buy 0.000001 shares, rounded to … Continue reading Invest 1 cent in Amazon stock- using RobinHood
Greta Thunberg, the soft-spoken Swedish teen who became a global conscience for climate change and environmental activism, has been named Time’s Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2019. The magazine announced 16-year old Thunberg as its choice Wednesday exclusively on “TODAY.” Thunberg quickly bloomed into one of the world’s most notable and youngest climate change … Continue reading Greta Thunberg is Time’s 2019 Person of the Year
General Motors is upping the ante on its already highly profitable position as the No. 1 seller of full-size SUVs with its newly redesigned Chevrolet Tahoe and Chevrolet Suburban. The revamped vehicles, which made their public debut Tuesday night in Detroit, are the first in a new generation of truck-based SUVs for GM that have become a … Continue reading New redesigned Chevy Tahoe, Silverado- 2020
Tesla plans to build 500,000 electric vehicles a year at its new factory on the outskirts of Berlin, Germany’s Bild newspaper reported on Wednesday. Last month, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk announced that a site in Gruenheide, Brandenburg, had been chosen to build Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles. German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung … Continue reading Tesla building 500,000 cars/yr in Germany!
Amazon.com Inc van drivers’ on-time delivery rate fell to 93.7% for the Cyber Monday week from 98.2% during the Thanksgiving week, consulting firm ShipMatrix said on Wednesday. Amazon did not immediately comment on the holiday performance of the van delivery drivers, who exclusively deliver merchandise from the e-commerce giant to customer homes. Data for United … Continue reading Amazon can’t keep up with demand. Shipping slows…