Author: Tina Casey
The power of Tesla’s EV charging network has spurned a new collaboration between Shell, Toyota and the state of California to bring more hydrogen fuel stations online.
Oil companies are losing money on Canadian tar sands oil, but production continues and the Keystone XL pipeline could be the big winner.
The fuel cell EV of the future could sport a cluster of nanoscale sponges to store hydrogen more efficiently than typical compression systems.
The Under Armour brand suffered fallout from its CEO’s praise of President Donald Trump, demonstrating that even the threat of a boycott can be enough to hurt the bottom line.
Breitbart News is claiming credit for a successful boycott against Kellogg, but now it must explain why it’s cheering over the loss of hundreds of jobs. Beyond that, as we continue to see a swell of boycotts related to the Donald Trump administration, do we have any evidence that they even work?
On the heels of a boycott sparked by opposition to Donald Trump, the Ivanka Trump brand is off to a rocky start in 2017 — but can the boycotters take credit?
Donald Trump is bleeding support from top U.S. business leaders by the bucket: In the latest news, 97 top tech companies joined in one massive legal brief against the so-called Muslim ban.
In a significant development for corporate social responsibility, Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is prompting U.S. companies to become high-profile change agents.
Silicon Valley billionaire investor Peter Thiel remains a Donald Trump supporter, even after the controversial travel restrictions. And his ambivalence toward Trump’s Muslim ban is beginning to undercut other tech companies’ efforts to push back.