In a wide-ranging and emotional interview with the New York Times published late on Thursday, Musk, Tesla's chief executive, described the difficulties over the previous year for him as the company has tried to overcome manufacturing issues with the Model 3 sedan.
By tweeting that the switch would give companies more flexibility and reduce costs, Trump waded into a long-running debate on how often public companies should report . Under Clayton, a Trump appointee, the SEC has taken steps to relax rules for issuers, including allowing firms going public to file information confidentially, and is now discussing easing other compliance rules.
But Genoa prosecutors say they are focusing their investigation into possible criminal blame on design flaws or inadequate maintenance on the heavily travelled bridge, which was completed in 1967 and linked two high-speed highways in the city.
Just because a pesticide level is legal in food doesn't mean that level is safe. The World Health Organization calls glyphosate a probable carcinogen. However, glyphosate has been identified as carcinogenic by the France-based International Agency for Research on Cancer . Faber said he's skeptical of EPA's glyphosate limits.
Google employees have written a letter to management calling for greater transparency in the wake of reports the company is planning a modified version of its search engine for China . In 2016, the company began developing a new search engine - code-named Dragonfly - to be more compliant with Chinese government restrictions. In audio recording of a meeting with employees obtained by The New York Times , Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company was "not close to launching a search ...
The Turkish lira stabilized as officials from Turkey and the USA said the countries are in talks to ease diplomatic tensions which have resulted in high tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum. The Nasdaq fell 19 points, or 0.2 percent, to 7,819. Small-company stocks rose far more than the rest of the market. The KBW bank index.BKX gained 1.04 percent, recovering from a 3 percent loss raked in over three sessions as investors fretted about banks' exposure to Turkey.