Ever-defiant Elon Musk wonders if Twitter is ‘dying’

Elon Musk, the Tesla boss now a member of Twitter’s board of directors, wondered on Saturday, in his typically provocative way, if the social network was “dying“, mentioning very followed but not very active accounts. Read alsoElon Musk becomes first shareholder of the social network Twitter “Most of these “great” accounts rarely tweet and post … Read more

Elon Musk’s long-awaited presentation of his Starship mega-rocket

SpaceX boss Elon Musk is due to speak Thursday evening in front of a model of his giant Starship rocket on the progress of this extraordinary project, intended to allow humans to make interplanetary travel. Read alsoThe crazy bet of Starship, Elon Musk’s giant rocket The event is of particular importance since this vehicle was … Read more

Treasury secretary wants stronger regulations in the face of a possible digital dollar

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen insisted on Thursday on the need to strengthen and adapt regulations to cryptocurrencies, her ministry having been instructed by Joe Biden to work on the creation of a digital dollar. Read alsoAfrica, laboratory of digital currencies “As banks and other traditional financial firms become more involved in digital asset markets, … Read more

investigation into possible misuse of data by Amazon

The American financial markets regulator, the SEC, is investigating the practices of the online sales giant Amazon in handling merchant data and their possible use to create its own products, according to the wall street journal. Read alsoThe Ariane rocket wins the “contract of the century” with Amazon Asked by AFP, the Securities and Exchange … Read more

Novartis will be able to expand Zolgensma’s production capacity in the United States

Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis will be able to expand its production capacity for the Zolgensma gene therapy after receiving the green light from the United States Medicines Agency for a site in North Carolina, it announced on Tuesday. The American drug agency, the Food and drug administration (FDA), has granted it a license for the … Read more

seizure of a Russian oligarch’s yacht at the request of the United States

The yacht of a Russian oligarch, close to Vladimir Putin and targeted by American sanctions, was seized on Monday in the Balearic archipelago at the request of the United States, the Spanish Civil Guard announced on Monday April 4. Read alsoTwo new yachts of a Russian oligarch frozen in the south of France The operation … Read more

New tension between Mexico and the United States over the reform of the energy sector

New tensions arose on Friday April 1 between Mexico and the United States over a controversial electric power reform project, which worries Washington as well as Madrid, the day after a visit by the American special envoy. for the climate John Kerry. Mexican left-wing nationalist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has attacked the plan for … Read more

The former star of the American right Sarah Palin announces that she is a candidate for Congress

Former Republican candidate for the vice-president of the United States, Sarah Palin, will run for a seat in the House of Representatives in the midterm congressional elections on November 8, she announced on her Facebook page on Friday. Read alsoSarah Palin, Fallen Star of Conservative America “Today I am announcing my candidacy for a seat … Read more

Biden spokeswoman Jen Psaki on departure according to US media

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki is about to leave her post to work for the MSNBC television channel, the Axios site, CNN and the New York Times announced on Friday. Read alsoJoe Biden beefs up his military budget and cuts social spending The White House declined to comment on the intentions of the “Press officer“, … Read more

manufacturing activity slows in March

Growth in the manufacturing sector in the United States continued in March, but at a slower pace than in February, despiteprogresson the front of the labor shortage, according to the index of the professional federation ISM published Friday. The index fell to 57.1%, against 58.6% in February, falling more than expected by analysts, who expected … Read more