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Watches, Stories, & Gear: Norm Macdonald, Electric Cars, & A Deep...

“Watches, Stories, and Gear” is a roundup of our favorite content, watch or otherwise, from around the internet. Here, we support other creators, explore...

After Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model Y Spied Testing in India...

There had been multiple spy shots of the Tesla Model 3 undergoing road testing in India. But now, a new spy video has surfaced...

Why we must think beyond GDP for sustainability

Geoffrey M. Heal teaches at Columbia Business School. Speaking to Srijana Mitra Das, he discusses the clean energy transition, why environmental credits work —...

Indian digitalisation cautioned of carbon footprint

Global digitalisation is growing, estimated to reach USD2.4 trillion by 2024 from 2019-level, but experts warned of its carbon footprint, adding that there are...

The world’s largest floating solar farm to be built in Indonesia

Singapore-based solar energy provider Sunseap will spend more than $2 billion to build the world’s largest floating solar farm and energy storage system on Indonesia’s...

Unlocking India’s $1 trillion SaaS opportunity

India could be on the cusp of unlocking a $1 trillion opportunity for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)  companies, creating nearly half a million new jobs by...

Luxe car companies go electric together

Arch-rivals of yore are now frenemies in India. “Welcome Audi E-Tron to our electric car company,” Mercedes-Benz India tweeted on Thursday.Such bonhomie is rare...

How to Start an Online Boat Rental Business in Europe &...

Experience economy is increasingly seen as something of a bulwark against the rampant rise of internet and mobile technology. The notion that experiences are...

Hot cycle summer: 7 things to think about when entering e-bike...

There can be few better feelings in life than riding an e-bike around town on a sun-drenched summer weekend. Yeah sex is cool, but...

Manish Chokhani on where to fiocus in next 2 yrs

In a world of plentiful money and money that is being printed, eventually scarcity is appreciated which might be a work of art, an...

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