Tesla will introduce three new all-electric vehicles in the coming months, including two that excited investors: a semi truck debuting in September and a pickup set to roll out two years from now at the latest.
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San Francisco startup Blendoor ranked tech companies on their gender and ethnic diversity. The results are less than inspiring, but there are some real winners.
Google claims to have achieved gender parity across its global offices. The Department of Labor disagrees — and it’s suing Google for allegedly refusing to disclose employment and pay data.
Maryland is the first state in the U.S. to pass legislation that will provide tax credits, not cash rebates, to consumers and businesses that invest in energy storage.
3p economic correspondent Bill Roth took the Chevrolet Bolt for a test-drive and shares his thoughts on America’s first affordable, all-electric sports car.
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Did a waste audit reveal your company’s recycling program isn’t exactly where you want it to be? Don’t be discouraged. Plateaus are part of the process, as waste-diversion leaders Procter and Gamble (P&G) and Microsoft prove.
Ford introduced what it calls the first hybrid police car in the industry. The new hybrid Responder is twice as fuel-efficient as the company’s popular Interceptor police sedan — and it could save municipalities big bucks.
Tesla and Panasonic introduced a new line of solar panels that practically blend in with the typical roof – gone are those boxy aluminum mounts and glaring grid-line design.
The team at Futuro Construction wondered why clients were choosing to build high-performance homes. We sat down with Matt Silva, Futuro Construction’s general manager, to discuss his findings.
Google is applying machine learning technology to monitor some YouTube videos in order to separate advertisers from offensive content.
This month JPMorgan slashed its online advertising to avoid being placed next to fake news or offensive videos — and it says the move didn’t hurt its online presence one bit. For many, the case study raised more questions about the viability of Internet ads and whether it’s worth the brand damage to risk being placed next to dodgy material.
As much as 30% of water is lost on the way to its destination, thanks to leaks and aging infrastructure. This Israeli start up may have the solution.