In a continuation of a decade-long trend, the use of e-bikes surged in many parts of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A big area for M&A activity in the last few years is in artificial intelligence, sensors, and related hardware.
So you think your business won’t be impacted by the fighting in Ukraine and accompanying sanctions on Russia? Maybe…
This week, the major engine manufacturer Cummins announced it will be acquiring Meritor, a leading supplier of vehicle parts.
This surge in pricing – caused by high crude oil prices and decreasing domestic production of diesel fuel – is set to cause further angst across many segments of the economy.
NATO powers have been united in their condemnation of the aggression (though not in the level of material support) and vow to implement crushing sanctions if Russia does follow through with the invasion.
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The US government recently announced a $5 billion spending plan to construct a national network of charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs).
Winnebago and Thor Industries both announced a new type of concept recreational vehicles this week: all-electric, zero emission RVs.
The term “supply chain” was, before the COVID-19 pandemic, known to but a few Americans.