Tesla Plunges in Stock Market: Five Charts Show Decline Since Beginning of Year

Tesla Plunges in Stock Market: Five Charts Show Decline Since Beginning of Year

Tesla has already lost nearly 32% since the beginning of the year through April 4, making it one of the worst performing stocks in the S&P 500. We take a look back at the ups and downs in Tesla stock since the beginning of this year with five charts. The photo is the company’s logo. … Read more

Ukrainian Military Faces Critical Shortage of Troops and Ammunition in Third Year of War with Russia

Ukrainian Military Faces Critical Shortage of Troops and Ammunition in Third Year of War with Russia

[クラマトルスク(ウクライナ) 21日 ロイター] – As the war against Russia enters its third year, the Ukrainian military’s 59th Infantry Brigade is facing a harsh reality. We are running out of troops and ammunition to fight. According to one platoon leader, the number of soldiers in the brigade numbered in the thousands at the start of the … Read more

Nvidia Stock Price Soars After Better-Than-Expected Quarterly Results

Nvidia Stock Price Soars After Better-Than-Expected Quarterly Results

On February 21, the stock price of Nvidia, a major U.S. semiconductor company, soared in after-hours trading on the back of better-than-expected quarterly results announced after the U.S. stock market closed, increasing its market capitalization by more than $129 billion. Photographed in October 2023 in Taipei (2024 Reuters/Ann Wang) [21日 ロイター] – The stock price … Read more

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Announces Second Attempt to Launch H3 Rocket No. 2 from Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Announces Second Attempt to Launch H3 Rocket No. 2 from Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture

Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, where the postponement of the launch of H3 rocket No. 2 was announced. On the afternoon of the 13th, in Minamitane-cho, the same prefecture. TOKYO (Reuters) – On the 17th, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will try again to launch its new flagship rocket, “H3,” which will be … Read more

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s $7 Trillion Semiconductor Plan Sparks Concerns of Overinvestment

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s $7 Trillion Semiconductor Plan Sparks Concerns of Overinvestment

No one would ever accuse Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, the U.S. startup that sparked the artificial intelligence (AI) boom, of thinking on a small scale. The photo shows Mr. Altmann attending the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting (commonly known as Davos) held in Davos, Switzerland. Photo taken on January 18th (2024 Reuters/Denis Balibouse) NEW … Read more

Ski World Cup, first downhill test in Cervinia, the results

Ski World Cup, first downhill test in Cervinia, the results

The Austrian is the fastest on the “Gran Becca” ahead of the 23 year old from Valle d’Aosta. Fourth time for Schieder, Paris closes at 1″85: “Track ok, there are some good jumps” First timed test of the men’s downhill race from Zermatt-Cervinia, the first cross-border race in the history of the Ski World Cup. … Read more

Skiing, World Cup: Zermatt-Cervinia, work on the slope under investigation

Skiing, World Cup: Zermatt-Cervinia, work on the slope under investigation

The interventions on the Italian side are under scrutiny after the halt to those on the glacier in Swiss territory After the halt to work on the Swiss side, the interventions in Italy to build the Italian-Swiss slope that will host the Zermatt-Cervinia Alpine Skiing World Cup also come under investigation. The Aosta prosecutor’s office … Read more

Japanese Startup Ispace’s Attempt at Private Moon Landing Fails

Japanese startup ispace inc announced that their attempt to make the first private moon landing failed, as they lost contact with their Hakuto-R Mission 1 (M1) lander, leading them to assume that it most likely crashed on the lunar surface. This marks the second major setback for private space development in a week, following SpaceX’s … Read more

A new report from UNICEF warns that people’s confidence in routine childhood vaccines has declined globally during the COVID-19 pandemic. In 52 out of 55 surveyed countries, public perception of vaccines for children declined between 2019 and 2021. Vaccine hesitancy poses a threat to children’s health as the next wave of deaths could be from preventable diseases like measles and diphtheria. Around 67 million children missed out on potentially lifesaving vaccines during the pandemic, but catching up efforts have stalled despite increasing outbreaks.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread disruptions to our daily lives, and it seems that even the most well-established medical practices are not immune to its effects. According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the pandemic has sparked a growing distrust in childhood vaccines, which has the potential to have devastating consequences for public … Read more