Ford Motor Company and McDonald’s USA will convert dried skin of coffee beans into a durable material to reinforce certain vehicle parts such as headlamp housing.
- German Social Democrats give Merkel coalition a chance
- Clamour as Greta Thunberg joins climate activists in Madrid
- Carbon markets could strengthen or screw over global action on climate change
- With climate discontent rising, scientists warn of social ‘tipping point’
- Thunberg urges climate action because ‘people are dying’
- Germany’s SPD backs new leaders’ demands to stay in Merkel coalition
- The Brief – Gender-washing at the Commission?
- Corruption, Clientelism and Murder: Malta Emerges as the EU’s Next Problem Child
- SPD leaders ‘realistic’ on remaining in Merkel coalition
- Euro zone bond yields set for biggest weekly rise in a month
Teen activist Greta Thunberg took her call for bold action to tackle climate change to a U.N. summit in Spain on Friday, warning world leaders that a growing youth-led protest movement meant they could no longer hide.
- Albayrak sees targets within reach
- 11 Secrets to Creating a Powerful Personal Brand
- Brief visit to severely polluted city can up biomarkers of heart disease: Study
- Measures to arrest nature’s decline must be passed into law, say MEPs
- Turkey to take measures against thermal plants not complying with legislation
- Disability inclusion in workforce: Leadership involvement holds key
- ‘Our research ship didn’t break any law’: China
- Coffee becomes part of farm-suicide belt
- A Maori woman’s journey to zero waste
- Ottawa approves Alberta industrial carbon-pricing plan
Frankfurt prosecutors have dropped an investigation into two Deutsche Bank employees accused of aiding tax evasion through a former Virgin Islands unit, although they have fined the lender for compliance lapses.
- Man leading Northern Ireland in absence of government to retire
- IATA official: Incentives needed for green alternatives to kerosene
- How green are the homes in your county? Only one in 20 houses has top energy rating
- Landlords of energy-inefficient homes may have to pay heating bills
- UK election a chance to restore Northern Assembly, says Micheál Martin
- Hector Capital, Agritrade International eye green market in Singapore
- Big European banks face call to end funding for firms building coal-fired plants
- Polar Water unveils latest product in recyclable cartons in green push
- ABS, MAN & SDARI Join Forces to Develop Ammonia-Fueled Feeder Vessel
- JAN DE NUL GROUP: Maintenance dredging works in the marinas of Nieuwpoort set new sustainability standards
Enel Russia on June 20 announced the signing of an agreement on the sale of the subsidiary company SGK – Kuzbassenergo – Reftinskaya State District Power Plant for at least 21 bln rubles, excluding VAT.
- Naftogaz, Gazprom held next round of consultations to settle legal disputes
- Brent and WTI crude prices move up amid news of OPEC + deal decisions – trade data
- Saudi, Russia push through deeper new oil cuts
- OPEC + decision to up oil production reduction aimed at market imbalance prevention in Q1 2020 – Novak
- Russia undertakes to further cut oil production volume by 70,000 bpd
- Saudis Surprise Oil Market With Pledge of Additional Cuts
- Associated Press: OPEC nations, Russia agree to cut oil output to lift prices
- Russia’s quota in OPEC+ deal increases to 300,000 bpd
- Irish Gas Lobby Urges Gov to End Uncertainty
- Transneft to focus on infrastructure upgrade in the future, says CEO
RIYADH/DUBAI (Reuters) — State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco’s initial public offering (IPO) will be the biggest in history, but will fall short of the towering $2 trillion valuation long sought by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
- World Bank adopts $1 bil. annual China lending plan
- Prudential suspends M&G-linked property fund
- The Brief – Gender-washing at the Commission?
- Deutsche Bank Agrees to Pay €15 Million in Money-Laundering Probe
- Trump’s attorney Giuliani collects more dirt on visit to Kyiv
- Ukraine’s National Bank may double limit on individuals’ investment abroad
- Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz to step down June 2020
- Wealth Adviser M&A Soars as Goldman, Private Equity Eye Fees
- Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor
- Deutsche Bank’s Big Raid Last Year Is Settled With Small Fine
With the consolidation of 10 state-run banks underway, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India is planning to allow them to cross the 10 percent ownership caps in more than one insurance companies but limit the management control to only one entity.
- Wall Street jumps on strong jobs data, trade hopes
- Wall Street advances on strong jobs report, trade optimism
- Strong U.S. jobs numbers, trade optimism bolster European shares
- Bumper jobs data, upbeat trade tone push Wall Street higher
- FTSE 100 enjoys best day since July
- Wall Street jumps after bumper jobs data, upbeat tone on trade
- Wall St Week Ahead-Tariff deadline keeps focus on trade as 2019 draws to close
- Strong U.S. job growth highlights economy’s resilience
- Wall Street opens higher after strong jobs data, calmer tone on trade
- Wall St set to open higher after strong jobs data, calmer tone on trade
The dollar rose and global equity markets soared on Friday after data showed U.S. job growth increased by the most in 10 months in November, putting to rest recession fears and briefly taking the spotlight off contentious U.S.-China trade talks.
- No More Hipster Baristas, Get Ready for Robot-Made Coffee
- Exclusive: China’s SenseTime expects $750 million 2019 revenue despite U.S. ban – sources
- Sundar Pichai: Alphabet’s cautious new helmsman
- Real-life Hal-9000, CIMON-2, headed towards International Space Station
- AI and biometrics could boost e-commerce confidence in LatAm
- Buying phones in instalments made easy by Adam the robot
- Smartphones of the future could work in a completely different way thanks to 5G, and it means you’ll rarely have to upgrade
- Zenia is using computer vision to build an AI-driven fitness trainer
- MIT CSAIL’s AI can reconstruct hidden movement from video footage alone
- To catch criminals faster, the police needs a technology revamp
Long gone are the days when talk of the existential threat of robots was confined to science fiction.
- Saudi airman suspected in shooting at U.S. Navy base that killed four
- Activist Thunberg warns U.N. climate summit that leaders cannot hide
- Saudi national suspected in shooting at U.S. Navy base that left four dead
- Strong U.S. job growth showcases economy’s resilience
- Saudi national suspected in shooting incident at U.S. Navy base in Florida
- Elon Musk defamation trial in homestretch, jury may get case Friday
- Ford recalls big pickups, tailgates can open unexpectedly
- Kia Completes New Factory in India
- US job growth roars back in November, with 266,000 added
- U.S. cracks down on Russian ‘Evil Corp’ hackers after $100 mln spree
Tesla founder Elon Musk should pay at least $190 million in damages for defaming a British cave explorer in tweets that suggested he was a pedophile and were like a “nuclear bomb,” the plaintiff’s lawyer said on Friday.