Contribution By Saloni Walimbe
Xpeng, a Chinese electric car startup, is reportedly preparing to take off its aircraft, eVTOL after receiving critical regulatory approval.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China, which is the nation's counterpart to the United
Peacock, the American OTT streaming service owned by Comcast, has reportedly added five million subscribers, bringing the total to 20 million, up from more than 15 million members in the past quarter. Apparently, this was the company's highest qu
FreeWire, the U.S.-based energy equipment company, has reportedly claimed that battery-storage technology could help expand Britain’s rapid charging network.
Arcady Sosinov, CEO, and founder of FreeWire, stated that the latest FreeWire Boost
Twitter, the social media platform now owned by Elon Musk, is reportedly discussing selling usernames in an attempt to level up revenue.
The report comes as Musk has been seeking ways to increase the company's revenue.
According to the repo
ExxonMobil, the oil and gas company based in the United States, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the European Union (EU) in a move to pull back its new windfall tax on oil suppliers.
Businesses that profit from factors for which they were no
Vianova, a vehicle analytics platform based in France, has reportedly raised US$6.4 million (€6 million) in a Series A round led by XAnge with Baloise VC along with participation from existing investors including Ponooc and RATP Capital Innovati
The World Bank has reportedly approved an International Development Association (IDA*) grant of $70 million to develop water, agriculture, and environmental services for rural communities in Somalia's drylands. 'Barwaaqo', the Somalia Wat
The Kenya-based electronics company, Badili, has reportedly raised $2.1 million in pre-seed funding to expand its operations throughout Africa, one of the leading global mobile phone markets. V&R Africa, Venture Catalysts, SOSV, and Grenfell hold
European Union (EU) countries have recently agreed to a plan to fund 45 billion euros ($46.6 billion) to produce chips, further helping the 27-country bloc in coming a step closer to its long-term goal of alleviating its dependence on the U.S. and As