Bank reassures investors over its capital position and lower debt charges Standard Chartered has reported a sharp drop in profits in the first quarter of the year but reassured investors over its financial
For a long time, solar power has seemed like a thing of the future. A few environmentalists with a lot of money could afford it, but it wasn't really available for everyone. That's changed. Suddenly, power
It already raised $162 million in prior venture financing and debt. We don't know how much of it is left and how much it burned through. But it's time to go back to the trough - under punishing conditions.
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Bringing new meaning to running on fumes For more than a century, air cars have remained a quixotic quest of engineers—an idealistic exercise with little long-term likelihood of entering mass production.
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