The rush for “white petroleum” – the ingredient that powers rechargeable batteries – arrives in South America, which has most of the world’s reserves.
The Gulf nation accepts foreign loans for the first time in 25 years and may offer IOUs to contractors.
Luxury carmaker Aston Martin is set to open a new factory in south Wales as British carmaking sees a cautious renaissance.
Five years after President Obama called for one million electric vehicles to be on US roads by 2015 the figure is stuck at 330,000.
Graduate student Matthew Rognlie has put forward the most serious challenge to Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” arguing that income inequality is rooted in housing.
General Motors and Ford work to woo the Chinese market with nostalgic luxury. Tapping into nostalgia, Detroit car manufacturers Ford..
Maritime Transport is crucial and represents a major economic leverage.Vincent Miclet, CEO of companies in Africa including in the maritime sector in Angola, gives us his point of view.
BMW have announced two new programmes to reduce range-anxiety and encourage a broader move to electric vehicles.
Since the 1950s scientists have been working on achieving nuclear fusion. And after billions of dollars spent one team have moved a step closer.
Elon Musk, has removed all 160 of Tesla’s patents in an attempt to boost development of electric cars.
Women led businesses only receive between 5 and 10 percent of all the venture capital investment in start-ups, as Harvard Business School research shows male-led pitch presentations are twice as successful as female counterparts.
Whilst forecasts suggest that worldwide ecommerce sales will increase by 20.1% in 2014 to reach $1.500 trillion it isn’t over for bricks and mortar shopping just yet as the connected consumer moves to omnichannel retail.
Chinese Tourists set to outspend all luxury shoppers combined by 2015. The World’s Biggest Spenders Last year Chinese travellers became..