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SAN FRANCISCO: Lucid Motors chief executive officer Peter Rawlinson told Reuters that the luxury electric car maker plans to launch a rival to Tesla Inc’s Model 3 in 2024 or 2025.
(Reuters) - The warning signs flashed last year and after three home defeats in this season's Champions League last 16, the decline of Spanish football on the European stage is becoming ever harder to ignore.
US drivers for third-party delivery apps such as Uber Eats, DoorDash and GrubHub experienced a flood of orders at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, as restaurants closed for in-person dining and patrons largely decided to enjoy their meals at home.
The next time you shop for groceries, take a look at how much plastic there is in your trolley before you reach the checkout counter.
SEREMBAN: At a time when many companies have been tightening their belts to cushion the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, a property developer here has fulfilled its pledge to build a RM1.2mil multipurpose hall for a government secondary school.
Facebook agreed to roll back a ban on news for Australian users after the government made changes to a proposed media law that had sparked the blackout last week.
Emerging markets: Philippines stocks recover from early losses on Covid-19 curbs; Asian bond yields elevated
MANILA Feb 23 (Reuters):Most Asian equities rose while bond yields remained elevated, as investors awaited US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's Congressional testimony later for clues into the central bank's thinking on inflation expectations and rising yields.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets fluctuated Tuesday (Feb 23), with growing optimism that the rollout of vaccines will allow the global economy to get back on track offset by niggling worries that the recovery will fan inflation and lead to a hike in interest rates.