CSL chairman Brian McNamee has described the Premier's road map out of lockdown as a disaster and a 'map of misery'. Pictured are police patrolling Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall on Thursday, which remains under stage four lockdown until at least September 28 … [Read more...] about Boss of biotech company tasked with making coronavirus vaccine slams Dan Andrews’ lockdown strategy as a ‘map for misery’ amid calls for curfew to be lifted – and warns there may NEVER be a jab
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Obviously these studies look at the company as a whole and Jaguar makes other vehicles aside from I-Pace, some dating back to the mid-2010s. As for the new kid on the block, a quick look online for what early adopters are saying shows good things. Quality seems to keep well and the technologically advanced bits and pieces around the car are holding up well. … [Read more...] about Sunday Drive: Jaguar I-Pace SE
“The myth is that the long-haul truck driver is the cultural evolution of the free-range cowboy from the 19th century,” says Murphy. “In fact, trucking is one of the most regulated industries in the United States. Every move the trucker makes is tracked by a computer. We have logs we need to keep every time we stop, pull over, take a leak. The truck’s speed, braking, acceleration is all recorded. This is not a cowboy on the open range. This is more like 1984 than 1894.” … [Read more...] about End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker?
The majors’ management have posited for decades that, in order to have the best chance of building lucrative catalog for the future, one needs to speculate to accumulate, losing money on the majority of A&R bets in order to find the one golden goose — the Ed Sheeran, Travis Scott, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa or Billie Eilish — who will continue to make you money as an evergreen star. Access to catalog music revenues are essential, goes the argument, if these A&R bets aren’t to be dramatically curbed. … [Read more...] about New Records Drop Every Minute. But Back-Catalogs Are Driving The Music Industry’s Transformation
This new ambition is a core component of Unilever’s ‘Clean Future’, a ground-breaking innovation programme designed by the company’s Home Care division to fundamentally change the way that some of the world’s most well-known cleaning and laundry products are created, manufactured, and packaged. Clean Future is unique in its intent to embed the circular economy principles into both packaging and product formulations at the scale of global brands to reduce their carbon footprint. … [Read more...] about Unilever to eliminate fossil fuels in cleaning products by 2030
"When there are 65 million or more cars in the world that is always going to be an itch," said Pastore. "But we're not interested in the mass market. Our 100 years' of existence is testament to our brand and how people want to be part of this exclusive club. We have widened the scope for the customer but we've always maintained a one-to-one relationship with everyone that buys a car with us. All we've done is give people the ability to have that luxury, high performance and exclusive cars on a daily basis." … [Read more...] about ‘Affordable’ cars and women driving SUVs are our future says Maserati’s Europe Chief