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NIO Goes Public, And TSLA Jumps As A Result?

September 12th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

NIO is one of the electric vehicle (EV) startups we've been most eagerly watching over the past couple of years. It has the backing of some solid Chinese billionaires, has presented an attractive vehicle design in the car class humans now love most, and has ambitious autonomous and connected vehicle plans

Tesla: 7 Years After IPO, More Valuable Than Ford (Infographic)

February 7th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

The story of Tesla is a fascinating one by any measure: a group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs get together to start a car company, a feat that business-school professors have been using as the definition of economic impossibility for decades, and after only a few years they build a company that rivals the Big Three, and a car that earns every accolade the industry has to offer. Of course, there are several near-death experiences along the way to hold our interest

Is Saudi Aramco Going To Cancel International IPO Plans?

October 15th, 2017 | by James Ayre

After all of the hype, it appears that Saudi Aramco is now contemplating cancelling its plans for an international IPO. The IPO would be replaced with a private share sale to world sovereign funds and institutional investors — which would allow the state-owned company to get around requirements to fully disclose (publicly) data on oil reserves that it may not wish to disclose

Temperature Increase To Exceed 1.5° Celsius “Barrier” By 2026–2031, Research Finds

May 14th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Global average temperatures could could cross a notable "barrier" in less than a decade. New research finds global average temperatures may rise 1.5° Celsius over pre-industrial temperatures by as early as 2026, if the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation has indeed now moved into a positive phase as is suspected. The new research comes from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science

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