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Tesla solar panels caught fire at Amazon warehouse in 2018: report

Tesla solar panels caught fire at Amazon warehouse in 2018: report

Inventory at a warehouse Getty Images Tesla solar energy systems ignited at an Amazon warehouse in Redlands, California in June 2018, according to Bloomberg. As a result, the Seattle e-commerce titan has no further plans to buy solar energy systems from Tesla. The news follows a tumultuous week for Elon Musk’s renewable energy and electric […]

Top U.S. publishers sue Amazon’s Audible for copyright infringement

Top U.S. publishers sue Amazon’s Audible for copyright infringement

The front desk of the Amazon office is pictured in New York, May 1, 2019. Carlo Allegri | Reuters Amazon‘s Audible was sued by some of the top U.S. publishers for copyright infringement on Friday, aiming to block a planned rollout of a feature called ‘Audible Captions’ that shows the text on screen as a […]

Apple and chip stocks slide after Trump’s latest China comments

Apple and chip stocks slide after Trump’s latest China comments

A man uses a smartphone outside an Apple store in Beijing. Nicolas Asfouri | AFP | Getty Images Semiconductor stocks and shares of Apple slid more than their peers in the tech sector on Friday, after President Donald Trump said U.S. companies should “immediately start looking for an alternative” to their operations in China. Shares […]

VMware adjusts for a ‘two trading-bloc world’ due to US-China trade war

VMware adjusts for a ‘two trading-bloc world’ due to US-China trade war

American companies are having to adjust to operating in two distinct Chinese and American marketplaces as the trade war escalates, VMware CEO Patrick Gelsinger told CNBC on Friday. “We are adjusting our strategy to really be in a two trading-bloc world,” Gelsinger said. “Everybody has sort of realized this dispute will go on for a […]

Amazon hosts thousands of unsafe or banned products

Amazon hosts thousands of unsafe or banned products

FILE – In this Nov. 11, 2010 file photo, Humberto Manzano, Jr., delivers an arriving pallet of goods at an Amazon.com fulfillment center in Phoenix. Products are flying off the shelves at Amazon warehouses across the county as Californians prepare to start paying sales taxes on online purchases. The change, which takes effect Saturday, Sept. […]

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