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Alabama Graphite: The Future is Bright Green

In the middle of a wounded junior resource market those companies with superior management and realistic business strategies present the greatest opportunities. Alabama Graphite Corp. 1,018 more words

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Tesla Motors Inc posts 11th straight quarterly loss, but expects to become profitable in 2016

Tesla Motors Inc forecast deliveries of Model S sedans and Model X SUVs that topped analysts’ estimates and said it expects to turn in a profit in 2016, sending its shares 15 per cent higher in after-hours trading. 213 more words


Apple Inc to open 22,000-square-foot office across from BlackBerry’s QNX in Ottawa suburb, sources say

Apple Inc., one of the world’s most-recognized technology companies, will open an office in Kanata, the Ottawa Citizen reported.

According to several sources in the Ottawa real estate community, the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant has leased a 22,000-square-foot space after searching in the capital area since at least October. 370 more words

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How Quebec's Dubuc Motors is using U.S. equity crowdfunding to bring you a flashy, fast electric car

MONTREAL — For a region that has never had an automotive manufacturing sector and where winters are too harsh for most sports cars, Quebec City-based Dubuc Motors says it was surprisingly easy to find local sources for almost all the parts it needed to build a high-performance electric vehicle. 1,431 more words


Tesla deliveries top 50,000 vehicles in 2015

Tesla Motors hit the low end of its latest target to deliver at least 50,000 vehicles for the year, shipping 17,400 units in the fourth quarter of 2015. 283 more words

Cars And Car Design

Tesla's Autopilot system makes hands-free driving a reality

VANCOUVER — I have seen the future, and it’s, well, sort of boring. Thrilling, mind you, but kind of boring.

I recently drove, umm, sat in the driver’s seat, of a top-of-the-line… 957 more words

Cars And Car Design

Tesla Motors Inc is recalling all 90,000 Model S Cars — its largest ever. Here's why

Tesla Motors Inc. said it’s conducting its largest-ever recall of all 90,000 Model S cars because of a single report of a front seat belt not being properly connected. 306 more words