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Hyundai acquired a controlling share of Kia back in 1999. True, the two companies have been slow to integrate, but there’s no immediate need for the drastic measure that a blogger predicted. By Jim Motavalli Fast charging of EVs requires 480 volts, and that may be too dangerous for consumers, says the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), which is writing standards. Instead, utilities could be in charge of electric gas station equivalents and the actual charging will be done by attendants. By Jim Motavalli The Obama Administration has put $2.4 billion in stimulus money into electric carmakers and battery manufacturing. Now a ...
While we continue to trudge through this economy, analysts, experts and anyone with a microphone are quick to predict the future. Things will be better in this quarter or when that happens. Hopefully anyone predicting a rosy future is right, but right now we need something concrete to judge the situation. A recent CareerBuilder survey looked at the success rates of previously laid-off workers who have since found work. The survey found that 51 percent of workers who were laid off in the last three months have found either part-time or full-time jobs. When the previous survey was conducted ... Read More
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