Elon Musk says he is considering ‘resigning’ and continues to sell his Tesla shares

On Twitter, the message from the CEO of SpaceX, which has more than 65 million subscribers, has already received 237,000 “likes”. Elon Musk, the whimsical boss of electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, said on Friday that he was considering “to resignhours after selling shares in the company again. “I’m thinking of quitting to become a full-time … Read more

Accused of sexual harassment and exhibitionism, Elon Musk responds on Twitter

SpaceX reportedly paid one of its flight attendants $250,000 not to sue Elon Musk after he made sexual advances to her, reports Business Insider. An article by the American media Business Insider claims that a flight attendant employed by SpaceX was paid $250,000 by the company in 2018 in exchange for her silence following sexual … Read more

United States and Taiwan want to strengthen their economic ties

The United States and Taiwan have decided to strengthen their commercial relations which for the moment are not sealed by a bilateral agreement, the Biden administration announced on Friday. US Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai and Taiwanese Minister John Deng met and “instructed their teams to explore concrete ways to deepen the U.S.-Taiwan trade and … Read more

the number of unemployment benefits paid is at its lowest since 1969

The number of jobless claimants in the United States in early May hit its lowest level since December 1969, but jobless claims have been climbing since early April, according to Labor Department data released Thursday. Read alsoCovid-19: the Canadian government wants to suspend unemployment benefits for those who have not been vaccinated From May 1 … Read more

Ford recalls 350,000 vehicles in the United States, some at risk of catching fire

The manufacturer has initiated the recall of SUVs manufactured between December 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021, after being aware of 16 incidents, including one which resulted in an injury. The American automaker Ford has issued a recall of about 350,000 vehicles in the United States, including 39,000 SUVs that must be parked outside because … Read more

the share of workers born outside the United States has returned to its 2019 level

The share of foreign-born workers in the U.S. workforce in 2021 returned to pre-pandemic 2019 levels as the country faces a significant labor shortage. “In 2021, the foreign-born share of the U.S. civilian workforce returned to pre-pandemic levels of 17.4% in 2019 from 17.0% in 2020”the Department of Labor (BLS) said in a statement on … Read more

New EU-US trade talks, against a backdrop of war in Europe

American and European trade officials meet Monday in Saclay in the Paris region for a new meeting of the EU / United States Council on Trade and Technology (TTC), in a context marked by the war in Ukraine. Launched to bring the two blocs together after the departure of the Trump administration, against a backdrop … Read more

When the CEO of Volkswagen asks Elon Musk to motivate his executives

The intervention of the boss of Tesla is part of the new strategy of the German manufacturer. Sacred surprise. Gathered by their boss Herbert Diess in Alpbach (Austria), 200 Volkswagen group executives were treated to a video intervention by Elon Musk, the leader and main shareholder of their rival Tesla. Herbert Diess revealed this meeting … Read more

consumer confidence deteriorates significantly in May (University of Michigan)

American consumer confidence deteriorated sharply in May, in all categories of the population, and the index measuring it fell to its lowest level since August 2011. The index thus lost 9.4% compared to April, and fell to 59.1 points, according to the preliminary estimate of the University of Michigan survey released on Friday. This deterioration … Read more

rate hike could be faster after summer if inflation persists

A U.S. central bank (Fed) official said on Friday she expects rate hikes of more than half a point as early as September if inflation does not ease, warning that necessary measures could push up unemployment and slow the growth. Read alsoAgribusiness: how inflation sustains itself “Unless there are any big surprises, I expect it … Read more