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U.S. Considering $4 Billion Additional Support for India

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The United States is considering "investment support" of $4 billion for India on top of billions of dollars extended earlier, New Delhi said on Monday after the two sides signed an agreement to keep such money flowing. The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) or its...
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The Great Resistance is here. Companies and employees are in a battle of wills over returning to the office.

Amy Faust Liggayu, 32, a market-research project manager based in Tinley Park, Ill., and mother of a 7-month-old son, never imagined she would have a life where she could spend five days a week with him while also working full time. But that was before March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced offices across the country to tell their employees to work from home.
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JETONE electric surfboard is capable of reaching 52km

JETONE is a new electric surfboard equipped with powerful 10kw dual Jet motors providing speeds up to 52 km an hour and features a battery capable of providing up to 60 minutes of surfing on a single charge. If you are surfing flat out you will be able to squeeze at least 45 minutes from a single charge.
Android Central

Motorola's Razr 3 likely to be the company's first flagship foldable

Motorola has posted a teaser for an upcoming phone powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Without explicitly saying so, it's implied that this will be the Moto Razr 3. This would be Motorola's first foldable phone powered by a flagship processor. Last week, Qualcomm delivered some surprising news as...

Electronics are set to get even more expensive as chip giants hike their prices

The world's biggest foundries — including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Samsung and Intel — are considering further price hikes, analysts told CNBC. The foundries are increasing their prices because it's becoming more expensive for them to fund their growing operations. Forrester analyst Glenn O'Donnell told CNBC that rising...

Alaska's unemployment rate holds steady in April

(The Center Square) - Alaska’s April unemployment rate remained unchanged from the revised March rate and continued to trend higher than the national average, labor statistics show. The Department of Labor and Workforce Development released its monthly employment numbers showing the state’s economy added 6,700 jobs since April 2021...

CrypTic handmade crypto ticker lets you monitor your investments

If you have invested in crypto currencies you may be interested in a new way to monitor your investments in the form of CrypTic a handmade crypto ticker which is now available to back on Kickstarter. Inspired by 1950’s designs the CrypTic 5301 Crypto Watcher provides a great way to monitor crypto currencies on your desk or your home.

Hyundai to build dedicated EV factory complex in U.S.

SEOUL, May 23 (UPI) -- South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor announced Friday it would invest $5.5 billion to build a dedicated electric vehicle and battery factory complex in Bryan County, Ga. Two days later, Hyundai Motor Chairman Chung Eui-sun said the company would invest an additional $5 billion in the...

Apple looks to start manufacturing more products in India

Apple may have plans to expand its manufacturing arm here in India due to the hurdles it's facing in China. The Covid-19 lockdowns that had been put in place have affected the production as well as the supply of many of the Cupertino tech company’s products. According to a...

These U.S. companies are still doing business in Russia

The Starbucks logo and McDonald's Golden Arches are being dismantled in Russia as the coffee and fast-food chains both withdraw from the country over the war in Ukraine. But Russians are still getting their fill of American fare like burgers and pizza, as Hard Rock Cafe and Sbarro are among the more than two dozen U.S. corporations that continue to do business as usual in Russia.