Ducati’s upcoming racing electric motorcycle designed for the FIM MotoE racing series will be used to further develop the company’s street offerings for consumers. That’s what we’re hearing from Ducati North America CEO Jason Chinnock. The company will replace Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer Energica next year as the sole manufacturer of racing electric motorcycles for
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[The stream is slated to start at 10 a.m. ET. Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan will join CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin and Kara Swisher, host of The New York Times’ “Sway” podcast, for her first on-camera interview on Wednesday
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Elon Musk announced that he is thinking about involving Tesla in the creation of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). He also added that he plans on decentralizing the control of Tesla Bot to avoid a Terminator-like scenario. For a few years now, Musk has been pushing the idea that Tesla is the world’s leading company when
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Cryptocurrency ATMs have closed down in Singapore following the guidelines issued by the central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). “To comply with the sudden announcement, we have ceased to offer buy or sell services via our five ATMs while seeking further clarification from the MAS,” said one crypto ATM operator. Crypto ATMs Shut
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Crypto exchange Bitmex is acquiring a German bank to create “a regulated crypto powerhouse.” The company plans to establish “a one-stop shop for regulated crypto products in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.” Bitmex Plans to Become a Regulated Crypto Powerhouse Cryptocurrency exchange Bitmex announced Tuesday a purchase agreement of Bankhaus von der Heydt, a German bank
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Bury South MP Christian Wakeford has this morning defected from the Conservatives to Labour. Mr Wakeford told Boris Johnson that “you and the Conservative Party as a whole have shown themselves incapable of offering the leadership and government this country deserves”. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer welcomed Mr Wakeford’s defection saying: “I would like to
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“Fear sells” in the time of COVID-19, according to Luxury Escapes co-founder Adam Schwab. “The media isn’t necessarily motivated by giving the boring, cold hard facts,” Mr Schwab said. Mr Schwab said swathes of the media prefer to “catastrophise over certain facts while ignoring what is quite clearly the good news”.
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Most of the homes on three of Tonga’s smaller islands have been “completely destroyed” by the tsunami that followed Saturday’s undersea volcanic eruption, the Red Cross has said. With communications down, a ship made it to Nomuka, Mango and Fonoifua on Wednesday, an official said. Few homes are said to remain standing after settlements were
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Several Conservative MPs have publicly called for Boris Johnson to resign following the prime minister’s admission that he attended a Downing Street garden party during England’s first national lockdown. The developments have prompted speculation that the 54 letters of no confidence needed to oust the PM could soon be reached. Conservative Party rules state that
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The CEO of a Canada-headquartered gold mining company, Mark Bristow, has insisted that gold currently has little downside risk. He also highlighted the precious nature of the metal and how it is a better alternative store of value than cryptocurrencies. Better Inflation Hedge Mark Bristow, the CEO of Canada-based Barrick Gold Corp., recently argued that
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Another month, another eye-wateringly high inflation number. In November the consumer prices index rate of inflation was 5.1% and most economists had expected it to stay at that level again in December. In the event it outdid those expectations, rising to 5.4%. Image: Food prices are climbing at the highest rate since 2013 This critical
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Celebrities and fashion designers have paid tribute to former Vogue creative director Andre Leon Talley who has died aged 73. The “indomitable” fashion designer and journalist died on Tuesday in New York, his representatives at TAA PR said in a statement. During a career spanning five decades Talley befriended big names in the fashion world
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Western Australia’s Premier Mark McGowan is facing rare backlash from the public over a lack of transparency around the state’s reopening in less than two weeks. Pressure has been mounting on the government to release modelling and further detail about what the reopening plan will look like, however the Health Minister didn’t give a date
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