California-based carmaker has revealed its all-new sporty electric vehicle at the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
In a strategic divestment plan, the Indian government has allowed a 49 percent foreign direct investment in its national carrier Air India which is running a debt of over $8 billion and has posted no profit in more than a decade.
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has described Canada's move as "ill-advised attack."
The decrease in prices stems from recent events in South Korea, where the government has been tightening the screws on the largely unregulated cryptocurrency market.
Baltimore-area tenants have sued presidential adviser Jared Kushner and his apartment company, Westminster Management, claiming that the company brought improper and illegal fees against them and threatened to evict them if they didn’t pony up.
Currency traders went through a major shock in the wee hours of Tuesday when the South African rand spiked up over 1 percent instantly, then dropping back to previous levels, all in less than 10 minutes.
The billionaire CEO of JPMorgan Chase has expressed regret over his description of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin as a “fraud” in September 2017. In a Tuesday interview with Fox Business, CEO Jamie Dimon argued that the emergent currency would actually be healthy for global financial markets.
MADRID (Sputnik) - The Spanish economy grew by 3.1 percent in 2017, the country's prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said Tuesday, adding that the political crisis in the autonomous community of Catalonia was "the only shadow looming over the economy."
A prominent encrypted messaging app, established by the founder of Russia’s largest social network, apparently intends to launch its own cryptocurrency, backed by a massive initial coin offering.
Earlier, South Korean authorities intended to close several crypto-banks because of money laundering. In addition, one such exchange went bankrupt a week ago as a result of a hacker attack.
As online streaming services become increasingly popular, first-run corporate movie-theater chains are seeing a drastic drop in attendance.
The Central American nation of Belize, in a move to protect the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere, has banned the offshore extraction of oil and gas in its maritime territories.
How would you spend 192 million dollars if such a hefty sum landed in your lap? Sputnik has decided to provide insight into possible options for spending the money that will be paid in the deal to transfer the Liverpool football star.
Adidas chief Kasper Rorsted is calling on Europe to restore relations with Russia.
In November 2012 Colorado legalized the use of recreational marijuana by implementing Constitutional Amendment 64, and, despite political opposition, the sale of the formerly controlled substance now generates over $100 million annually in tax revenues alone.
Venezuela is issuing $5.9 billion in petro, its state cryptocurrency, in the hopes that it will drive the country out of economic downfall amid US sanctions. The petro is backed by the country's oil, diamond and gold reserves.
It is traditionally a time of year when people make resolutions and promises for the coming months ahead - but few can be bigger than the one made by Mark Zuckerberg who has vowed to "fix" the social media network Facebook.
The project will focus on creating a set of advanced vehicles which, the carmaker hopes, will eventually be in demand in various regions worldwide.
New rules have finally been introduced to make European Union financial markets safer, more transparent and avoid a repeat of the financial crisis of more than a decade ago happening again.
Digital currency investors might lose sleep over the fact that about 40 percent of bitcoin is held by a mere 1,000 users, capable of making prices plummet.
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