GM to boost production at North American plants from June 1

In a statement, citing a rise in demand, General Motors stated it will start boosting the number of vehicles produces in North America starting from next week. From June 1 GM’s crossover assembly plants in the United States and Canada will include two production shifts. Three of GM’s U.S. assembly plants which produce medium and…

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Arizona’s Attorney General files consumer fraud lawsuit against Google Inc

In a tweet on Wednesday, Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich said “Google collects detailed information about its users, including their physical locations, to target users for advertising. Often, this is done without the users’ consent or knowledge”. Arizona has filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against Alphabet Inc’s Google alleging that the tech giant used “deceptive”…

Amazon.com Inc in advanced talks to acquire self-driving startup Zoox Inc

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Amazon.com Inc is in advanced talks to acquire self-driving startup Zoox Inc. The potential acquisition will expand Amazon’s reach in autonomous-vehicle technology. In a funding round in 2018, Zoox was valued at at less than the $3.2 billion, reported WSJ citing sources familiar with the matter…

Coronavirus Impact: Bankruptcy In US Filed By 102-Year Old Car Rental Firm Hertz

After the novel coronavirus pandemic hit the business of the United States based 102-year-old car rental firm Hertz very badly, the firm has been forced to file for bankruptcy protection in the US. It had voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 reorganisation, the company said in a US court filing on Friday. The company is also…