British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

The flagship airline was enforced to cancel almost all flights during the 48-hour pilot strike. The strike was due to salary negotiations with the British Airways Pilots Association failed. This lead to stagnant tensions on the runway. A spokesperson of British Airways told the Washington Post that around 195,000 customers were scheduled to fly on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Brian Strutton, the general secretary of the pilot’s union, said in a statement, British Airways should wake up and understand that its pilots are determined to be heard. He added that…

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US policymakers seek information from customers

US policymakers seek information from customers

According to Bloomberg, the House of Representatives investigates whether big technology companies have potential violations of antitrust laws and is seeking information from Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook customers about the competitive nature of the digital market and the suitability of existing enforcement. This is the latest development of a bipartisan congress investigation conducted by Mr. David Cicilline, the chairman of the House Antitrust Subcommittee and a Democrat from Rhode Island. The survey of eight-page did not mention any company names, but it sought information about the industries dominated by…

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Speed Giant Buggati retires from pursuing speed Records

Speed Giant Buggati retires from pursuing speed Records

Buggati is known for making numerous speed records till date. It was the first car manufacturer to make the fastest street-legal car to date. Buggati kept on breaking its own records. But, this won’t be the case as its CEO, Mr. Stephan Winkelmann formally announced that the company wouldn’t be chasing speed anymore. In July, in 2010, Bugatti registered its name in history, when Pierre Henri Raphanel, it’s official test driver set the world record for land speed. He was driving the unrestricted Veyron Super Sport while achieving the feat….

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Ford Motor Company targets Tesla Inc. with its new-electric F-150

Ford Motor Company targets Tesla Inc. with its new-electric F-150

US-based Ford Motor Company is going to defend its capable pickup franchise from developing all-electric truck competitor Tesla Inc. In 2018, top three selling vehicles were Chevrolet Silverado, Ford’s F-Series, and the Dodge Ram. According to news, Tesla is expected to introduce an all-electric pickup truck. Mr. Elon Musk confirmed at the end of 2017 when the company launched Tesla Roadster and the Tesla Semi. In that, Elon musk validated that it would make an all-electric version of its F150 pickup truck. The automaker told that the electric F150 would…

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Ford & Fiat provides more Employment Opportunities than GM

Ford & Fiat provides more Employment Opportunities than GM

As per the reports, General Motors (GM) has taken third place in employment as compared to Fiat & Ford. According to United American Workers (UAW), GM was the largest employer in the past four decades. But now, according to Bloomberg, it is said that Ford & Fiat are running in the top two positions. General Motors is a Multinational Company which manufactures and distributes vehicles and its parts to the different parts of the globe. Core automobile brands that come under General Motors are Caddilac, Chevrolet, GMC & Buick. It…

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Clean Fuel will be Obtained from Sunlight

Clean Fuel will be Obtained from Sunlight

Acquiring enough energy that can fulfill the global energy needs is still one of the most significant challenges faced by humanity. Sources those were considered reliable formerly, for example, oil, coal, gas, and others are not just degrading the quality of the air we breathe but are also devastating our lands and oceans. In addition to this, they are also changing the balance of global climate because of the emission of CO2 and other greenhouse gases. Further, as earth’s rapidly urbanizing population is anticipated to reach 10 billion by the…

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A study by CU Boulder states sleeping for either less than 6 hours or more than 9 hours could up risk of heart attack

A study by CU Boulder states sleeping for either less than 6 hours or more than 9 hours could up risk of heart attack

Not sleeping for an adequate number of hours poses a threat to long term health, especially to heart. The University of Colorado Boulder recently published research in the journal of the American college of cardiology about sleep duration and its impact oh heart. The researchers at the university conducted a seven-year-long study of about half a million people aged between 40 and 69. An ideal duration to sleep is 6 to 9 hours per day. Senior author of the study who is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado…

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