Tesla stock is seeing near 4% gains so far on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as the US stock markets recover from two days in the red. Automotive companies are feeling the pinch of economic tightening and lowering demand for conventional, fuel-hungry, vehicles. The big car makers are ramping up their electric car developments,
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Toyota has revealed it will recall another 1.7 million vehicles worldwide over airbag faults. The auto industry stalwart’s share price could be hit in the next session of trading. 23 Deaths Caused Worldwide by Takata Air Bag Inflators The latest recall is actually part of an ongoing recall program for Toyota which began in 2016
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Bitcoin’s technology combined with the power of the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are intersecting with self-driving vehicles. And they are confronting a common problem: Talent shortage. In this regard, the experience gained by the electric vehicle industry might help.
A Korn Ferry Institute study concludes that a major world crisis is imminent, because, by 2030, demand for skilled workers will outstrip supply, resulting in a global talent shortage of more than 85.2 million people. Moreover, the study forecasts that talent shortages could slow the ongoing digital revolution.
As the popularity of both electric vehicles and cryptocurrencies is only set to increase, eCharge has a plan to stay ahead of the race.
“The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty, a fad.” This is probably one of the most infamous quotes in technology, proudly declared by the President of the Michigan Savings Bank in 1903, who at the time was attempting to dissuade investor interest in Henry Ford’s automobile venture.