Tesla plans to build a lithium refinery in Texas

US electric vehicle maker Tesla plans to build a lithium refinery in the Gulf Coast region of Texas and is seeking tax breaks to complete the project. In an application package sent to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts at the end of August and made public on Friday, Tesla says it wants to “process … Read more

Tesla recalls 675,000 cars

These are the best-selling Model 3 and the luxurious Model S, with “potentially” defective trunks. Electric car giant Tesla to carry out massive new vehicle recall for trunkspotentiallydefective on two models in China and the United States, again raising the question of its reliability. This recall affects 475,000 vehicles in the United States and nearly … Read more

American associations want to prevent Elon Musk from buying Twitter

Several human rights NGOs have joined forces in the hope of preventing Elon Musk from buying Twitter, for fear that the multi-billionaire will allow toxic behavior to explode on the platform. “If we don’t block this operation, he will give a megaphone to demagogues and extremists, who (…) incite hatred, violence and harassment”, Nicole Gill, … Read more

Nestlé expands its “Kit-Kat Vegan” to fifteen European countries, including France

While the chocolate product is popular for snacks or snacks, a new milk-free version will soon be on French shelves. “Kitkat” breaks will soon have another flavor. Faced with the success of the vegan version of the chocolate bar in Great Britain launched in early 2021, Nestlé has decided to expand its distribution to fifteen … Read more

Faced with avian flu, recipe changes authorized for egg or poultry products

The state will authorize the food industry to temporarily change the recipes of certain products without the labels mentioning it immediately. To deal with the “supply voltages» on certain egg or poultry-based ingredients, in the context of an avian flu epidemic, the State will authorize the agri-food industry to temporarily change the recipes of certain … Read more

A bird flu outbreak in Ain, 10,600 ducks slaughtered

The home was “depopulated” and “disinfected” and a 3 km protection zone around the farm was set up. 10,600 ducks were slaughtered after an outbreak of avian flu was declared in a farm in Ain, the department prefecture told AFP on Sunday. “State services (departmental directorate for the protection of populations) of Ain have revealed … Read more

Twitter shareholders to vote Sept. 13 on Musk takeover

The vote of Twitter shareholders on its acquisition by Elon Musk will take place on September 13, before the start of the lawsuit that the social network has brought against the richest man in the world in October. Twitter summoned its shareholders for a “special meetingby videoconference, according to official documents filed Tuesday with the … Read more

Ex-Twitter boss ordered by Elon Musk to provide documents

Elon Musk has served ex-Twitter boss Jack Dorsey with an injunction to provide a whole series of documents, as part of the battle he launched to extricate himself from the $ 44 billion takeover deal of the social network. According to documents made public Monday, August 22, Jack Dorsey was ordered to give Elon Musk … Read more

Tesla recalls nearly 54,000 vehicles likely not to stop “Stop” in the United States

The recall follows that of 7,600 Tesla vehicles last November for risks related to the driver’s airbag. Electric car maker Tesla has initiated a recall in the United States of nearly 54,000 vehicles equipped with the FSD Beta driver assistance system that can continue to drive automatically after passing a sign “Stopinstead of coming to … Read more

Tesla stock split three-fold approved by shareholders

Tesla’s general meeting of shareholders on Thursday approved a three-fold stock split in the Wall Street-listed electric vehicle maker. Its leader Elon Musk did not specify when this split will be effective. The group had already divided its share by five in 2020 to make the title more accessible to its employees and small shareholders, … Read more