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Elon Musk To SEC — That Is Not What We Agreed To – CleanTechnica

Elon Musk To SEC — That Is Not What We Agreed To – CleanTechnica

Clean Power Published on March 12th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen March 12th, 2019 by Maarten Vinkhuyzen The SEC is trying to get the court to hold Elon Musk in contempt. The SEC maintains that Musk violated the plea bargain they made after the infamous “funding secured” tweet, a plea bargain that was accepted by the…
Bitcoin and Crypto Business Boosts New Global Blockchain ETF Trading on London Stock Exchange – The Daily Hodl

Bitcoin and Crypto Business Boosts New Global Blockchain ETF Trading on London Stock Exchange...

Atlanta-based Independent investment management firm Invesco, with $926 billion under management as of November 2018, has launched a blockchain exchange-traded fund (ETF) on the London Stock Exchange. The Invesco Elwood Global Blockchain UCITS ETF was developed in partnership with UK-based digital asset company Elwood Asset Management. The ETF will give investors exposure to companies that…
Tackle tech giants’ ‘bullying tactics’ review urges – BBC News

Tackle tech giants’ ‘bullying tactics’ review urges – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jason Furman was Barack Obama's chief economic adviser The UK needs to tackle "bullying tactics by market leaders" and the other consequences of a lack of competition in the technology sector, according to a new report.A six month review of the sector has concluded tech giants like Facebook and…
Range Rover Evoque 2019 review – Autocar

Range Rover Evoque 2019 review – Autocar

And if all of that sounds, well, a bit heavy? You’d be guessing right. Despite that mixed-metal construction, the 2.0-litre turbo petrol-powered Evoque P250 we tested was actually 66kg heavier than its like-for-like predecessor – but, more revealingly, also almost 200kg heavier than an equivalent Audi Q3 45 TFSI and more than 100kg heavier than an…
A cat and 45 pieces of fried chicken are among the strangest things people have left in an Uber – Daily Mail

A cat and 45 pieces of fried chicken are among the strangest things people...

A cat, 45 pieces of fried chicken and a Bros poster: The strangest things people have ever left in the back of an UBEROther lost items included a fake skull, a Nando's uniform and a smoke machine The newly released data was gathered from Uber's 2019 lost and found index It revealed the most forgetful cities in…
Superdry co-founder to make share pledge in proxy fight – Sky News

Superdry co-founder to make share pledge in proxy fight – Sky News

Julian Dunkerton, the co-founder of Superdry, will on Wednesday pledge not to sell his stake in the embattled fashion retailer for at least two years if he succeeds in a bid to return to its boardroom.Sky News has learnt that Mr Dunkerton, who has become embroiled in an increasingly bitter fight with the chain's management,…
Sainsbury’s is selling an Easter egg made from spreadable CHEESE – The Sun

Sainsbury’s is selling an Easter egg made from spreadable CHEESE – The Sun

LOVE Cheese? Then we've got the Easter Egg for you. This year Sainsbury's is selling an egg made from SPREADABLE cheddar cheese - and it costs £5. The egg is made from spreadable Lancashire cheese The supermarket has dubbed it a "cheaster" egg and it contains 120g of cheese, one packet of oatcakes and one…
Wonga compensation claims rise fourfold | Business – The Guardian

Wonga compensation claims rise fourfold | Business – The Guardian

Administrators expect further rise when customers are asked if they think they were mis-sold loans Protesters demonstrate against British payday loan company Wonga in central London in 2014. Photograph: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images The pile of compensation claims from customers against Wonga has increased fourfold to more than 40,000 since the controversial payday lender collapsed, according…