Waymo, which develops self-driving cars for Google’s parent company, accused Uber of patent infringement, unfair competition and stealing trade secrets. Does the case have teeth?
Author: Leon Kaye
In 2016 the Barack Obama administration instructed the federal Bureau of Prisons to phase out contracts with private prison companies. But incoming Attorney General Jeff Sessions overturned the order last week.
Last week, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk hit back hard at allegations of unsafe working conditions at the company’s assembly plant in Fremont, California.
Tesla’s cryptic plans to build three new ‘gigafactories’ turned heads, while confounding analysts who cannot believe the company continues to grow while losing money.
Yesterday Lyft announced an expansion in over 50 U.S. cities – adding to the 40 new communities it brought on last month. And the timing is perfect as its largest competitor, Uber, finds itself mired in public relations debacles.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the state’s support of solar power resulted in an 800 percent rise in the solar sector since he took office. But did that translate to more jobs? 3p’s Leon Kaye takes a closer look.
Google’s traffic navigation app Waze plans to expand and take on ride-sharing giants Uber and Lyft. But don’t expect drivers to use it as their primary job.
The North Dakota Senate is mulling a bill that would impose a two-year moratorium on wind power development in order to “save coal,” says one senator.
Automobile companies are quick to tout their sustainability credentials, including more electric vehicle rollouts. But they also want the Donald Trump administration to roll back EPA fuel-efficiency standards. How can these two positions coincide? 3p takes a closer look.
This week, the NGO Mighty reached an agreement with Olam to stop deforestation for palm oil and rubber development across its land concessions in Gabon, central Africa.
The average American family saves an average of $500 a year on utility bills due to improved energy-efficiency standards for appliances, according to a report released this week.
The 32-team World Cup is usually a global gold mine for FIFA and its sponsors, which pay up to $50 million to have their brands associated with the event. But so far, sponsors aren’t flocking to align their brands with the 2018 World Cup in Moscow.
During the Munich Security Conference last weekend, some expressed concern that climate change risks could escalate social conflicts around the globe.
Two trade associations says they will team up to standardize food labeling nationwide. But will the new labels actually alleviate consumer confusion and reduce unnecessary food waste?