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Nissan sees electric car sales surging to 1 million annually by 2022

Nissan sees electric car sales surging to 1 million annually by 2022

Nissan will aim to sell 1 million electrified vehicles each year by 2022, building on the success of the all-new Leaf EV . Automotive electrification is happening fastest in Japan and Europe, and Nissan intends to make the most of the experience and technologies gained with its all-electric Leaf auto, Chief Planning Officer Philippe Klein told an audience at the company's Yokohama headquarters.


Google Developing Blockchain Tech

Google Developing Blockchain Tech

If you haven't signed up for Google Pay yet, you'll be prompted to do it the first time you ask the Assistant to send money to one of your contacts. However, you can also use Google Pay to buy products in brick-and-mortar stores that support Google Pay . According to insiders familiar with the situation, Google will be developing this tech for its cloud business to combat competition from startups that are using such technology to operate in new and innovative ways.


Can the Dropbox IPO revive the technology sector?

Can the Dropbox IPO revive the technology sector?

Dropbox gives away a basic level of storage for nothing but charges for premium services, including pricier business subscriptions. The company was earlier estimating the IPO range to be somewhere between $18 per share and $20 per share, higher from the previously estimated range of $16 per and $18 per share.


Hawaii County unemployment rate down slightly in February

Hawaii County unemployment rate down slightly in February

Virginia has the second lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate among the Southeast states behind Tennessee which has a seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 3.4 percent. Other services sector cut 100. Financial Activities gained 200 (+0.1%) jobs over the month. By design, the nation's jobs report offers more detailed information than that of OH and most states.


Global trade war pushes Sensex, Nifty to five-month low

Global trade war pushes Sensex, Nifty to five-month low

Earlier, at 8:52 am, the SGXNifty in Singapore indicated a gap-down opening for domestic markets as it traded at 9,995 level with a loss of 122.5 points. Meanwhile, on a net basis, domestic institutional investors (DIIs) made purchases to the tune of Rs 1,127.78 crore, while Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) continued selling on domestic bourses, they sold shares worth Rs 1,065.99 crore on Friday, as per a provisional data.