President-elect Donald Trump fired off Sunday morning with a Tweetstorm (after again complaining about the "totally biased, not funny " Saturday Night Live), and in a series of six tweets threatened heavy taxes as "retribution" for U.S. companies tha
Martin Shkreli has responded.
Uber can now track their passengers' locations after they are dropped off and even when their app has been closed.
In President-elect Donald J. Trump's newly named kitchen cabinet of business advisers, Wall Street is in. Silicon Valley is out.
Lucid Motors, which is gearing up to unveil its first electric model, announced its selection of Casa Grande, Arizona as the site for its first EV factory.
Australian RenewEconomy evaluated 30 different home energy storage systems and found out that Tesla's offer on its latest energy storage system is the best of the best.
Ryan Lewis knows first-hand how drug use can alter one's life, but rather than share with his fans the journey he's had combatting drug and alcohol addiction (as he's done in previous albums), the activist and songwriter is calling out 'Big P
(NaturalNews) The threat of being subjected to a government sugar tax is prompting British beverage manufacturers to reduce sugar content by more than 50 percent in their products.
It was announced Friday that Trump had agreed to a $25 million settlement to resolve three lawsuits over Trump University, his former school for real estate investors. The lawsuits alleged the school misled students and failed to deliver on its promi
Progress continues asApple campus 2 nears completion for opening in early 2017. Reflection by Broken Elegance
Boeing Co. received an illegal tax break from Washington state as part of $8.7 billion in aid to assemble the 777X and manufacture the jetliner's carbon-fiber wing there, the World Trade Organization said.
Tesla isn't just an automaker these days.
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Recently we reported that Faraday Future was facing issues related to unpaid bills, possible work stoppage, and loss of company credibility
Technocracy is built on data. In fact, there is no such thing as 'enough' data. Why? Because whoever controls the data controls everything and everyone. ? TN Editor
Here's a good, concise article about Tesla's survivability under President Heat Miser. TeslaMondo will make it even more concise here.
Do you wonder why every country in the world is racing to finish Smart Grid? This is proof positive the fifth column of Technocracy is operating through the United Nations and global elite. ? TN Editor
In April, Trump said he would impose a hefty tax on Carrier's Mexican-made products and "within 24 hours, they're going to call back: 'Mr. President, we've decided to stay. We're coming back to Indianapolis."'
Just as we started regaining faith in humanity, after last year's Black Friday idiocy, here it comes again. The mindset that it takes to enact violence against another person in an attempt to purchase a cheap television is flabbergasting.
Lowering the corporate tax rate appears to be all the rage. Donald Trump has promised a cut to 15 percent from 35 percent in the U.S., and British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to make the U.K.'s corporate tax the lowest in the G-20, which w