China Evergrande Group to invest in building the world’s fastest supercomputer

China Evergrande Group has allocated $239.53 million for 6 hi-tech projects undertaken by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which includes areas such as surgical robotics, graphene, artificial intelligence, unpiloted aircraft, and health engineering. On Thursday, China Evergrande Group, a property developer, stated it plans on investing $239.53 million into six high-tech projects by the Chinese…

South Korea bans 20K BMW cars following engine fires

South Korea’s transportation ministry has stressed that the ban is more in the nature of safety checks rather than punitive action. Following its own internal investigation into the root cause of the engine fires, it said it could take legal action. On Tuesday, South Korea’s transport ministry stated, it will ban nearly 20,000 BMW vehicles…

Musk’s showmanship on Twitter raises concerns of corporate governance

While Musk’s last Tuesday’s tweets must have given a series of palpitations to those who were betting against Tesla’s stock, while many investors believed it to be a prank which is in line with the Tesla brand, SEC lawyers aren’t amused since these could potentially trigger non-compliance of disclosures. Elon Musk’s proposal to take Tesla…

Chip ‘Manufacturing Issues’ Cited As Intel Shares Downgraded By Goldman Sachs To Sell

Goldman Sachs says that Intel is facing a big problem with the issues in technology for manufacturing chips. The repeated delays in graduating itself to the manufacture of next generation chip process technologies resulted in the lowering of the rating for Intel by Goldman to sell from neutral. “We see Intel’s struggles with 10nm process…