BEIJING (Reuters) – The green energy car subsidiary of Chinese automaker Beijing Automotive Group [BEJINS.UL] plans an initial public offering in 2018, Chairman Xu Heyi said on Monday, adding that the unit should be profitable that year.
But his “merit-based” idea may face steeper odds than reform plans that have failed before.
India enjoys a strong day three in Bangalore, meaning Australia will now likely have a daunting target to chase in the fourth innings.
As the neighborhood floods with tech workers and new wealth, its homeless population keeps rising – and a political battle is raging over what to do
It is less than a hundred yards from the hipster restaurants, cafes, and giant street art installations of Main Street in Venice, California, to a straggly line of industrial warehouses and storage facilities where a homeless encampment has sprawled over an entire city block.
Tents and shopping carts filled with clothing and possessions obstruct sidewalks and parking spaces along 3rd Street and Rose Avenue and prompt unceasing complaints from nearby residents as well as stares of amazement from tourists. The encampment, home to people with nowhere else to go, is a constant reminder that all is not well in one of the fastest gentrifying neighborhoods in north America.
Welcome to your Monday. We have wrapped up our coverage of MWC (all things mobile) as well as GDC (all things gaming) over the weekend, played laser tag with a smartphone, and learned that you can screw up an anti-harassment bot with typos. The big e…
A coalition of groups says it is preparing a digital advertising campaign to derail the nomination.
Ending free movement after Brexit may not result in lower migration, a Lords report says.
A former manager at the soon-to-close Hazelwood power station is “devastated” after coaxing new recruits to the plant with claims it would be operating for another five to 10 years.
Officers searched three different homes before finding the man behind a wardrobe at the fourth address.
Ask scientists why Mars is cold and dead and they'll usually point to the death of its magnetic field some 4.2 billion years ago. Without that protection, solar winds gradually stripped it of most of its atmosphere. A NASA-led team, however, thinks t…