Rivian Automotive Inc. dropped to a record low after the electric-vehicle maker was forced to perform an about-face and roll back price increases on its debut cars for existing customers, marking an embarrassing episode for the carmaker as it seeks to win over more ...
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Nissan plans to invest ¥57.5 billion in technology needed for EV-specific assembly lines at the plant in Canton.
The company will break ground on its first battery factory in the U.S., joining an industrywide push as automakers accelerate efforts to electrify their fleets.
The plant would be the latest in a string of announcements by major automakers preparing to pivot toward full electrification.
The automaker did not provide a timeline for beginning sales of the Class 8 truck but said it would debut a prototype in the first half of 2021.
American restaurants, battling for survival amid the coronavirus, are starting to ask the question: Even when the lockdown lifts, how do we lure back skittish diners? Their margin for error is very small. "All of a sudden, it’s like: ‘I don’t know if I want ...