Google tests technology to help Utah athletes with blindness exercise unassisted

On April 9, six runners who are legally blind, along with seven volunteers to help them, tested new technology in Sugarhouse Park that could one day allow runners with blindness and low vision to run independently. (Matt Conley) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Utah athletes living with blindness regularly put their … Read more

Tesla Needs Lithium. Elon Musk Suggests It Could Get Into Mining Business.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has suggested that the electric vehicle maker might get into the mining business. Patrick Pleul / POOL / AFP via Getty Images Text size Tesla CEO Elon Musk lamented the rising cost of lithium in a recent tweet. He even suggested that Tesla might get into the mining business to help … Read more

Tesla Needs Lithium. Elon Musk Suggests It Could Get Into Mining Business.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has suggested that the electric vehicle maker might get into the mining business. Patrick Pleul / POOL / AFP via Getty Images Text size Tesla CEO Elon Musk lamented the rising cost of lithium in a recent tweet. He even suggested that Tesla might get into the mining business to help … Read more

Groundbreaking Cannara sports car from the 1960s makes Carolinas debut at Charlotte AutoFair next weekend

CONCORD, NC (WBTV) – Fresh from a frame-off restoration, one of the earliest cars of the “wedge” design movement, the 1966 Cannara I, will make its Carolinas debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s April 7-10 Charlotte AutoFair. Some of the world’s most exciting sports cars — the Lamborghini Countach, Lotus Esprit, and Fiat X1 / 9, … Read more

Yale professor monitoring companies still doing business in Russia ups the ante by highlighting those that are now ‘digging in’

The Yale professor who is monitoring companies that are still doing business in Russia following its unprovoked invasion of neighboring Ukraine has upped the ante by reclassifying the list into five categories with the fifth titled “digging in” – or defying public demands for exit. Some 39 companies, including Koch Industries Inc., packaging company Ball … Read more

GM creating new import business of iconic vehicles from US to China

GM President Mark Reuss announces a $ 2.2 billion investment in the automaker’s Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant in Michigan for new all-electric trucks and autonomous vehicles on Jan. 27, 2020. Michael Wayland / CNBC DETROIT – General Motors is creating a new China-based premium import business focused on sales of high-margin, “iconic vehicles” from the US … Read more