UberEats Reports A 4% Decrease In The Annual Commissions Earned

UberEats rolled out its first quarterly report as a public company and stated a 4 per cent drop in the commissions earned on a year on year basis. This drop was mainly due to the massive investments it had to make in its India unit to stand strong against its two giant rivals, Zomato and… Continue reading UberEats Reports A 4% Decrease In The Annual Commissions Earned

US–Mexico Tariff War Averted; Agreement Reached, Says President Trump

Mexico has now agreed on taking steps to stop the inflow of migrants to US so as to avoid the trade tariffs as threatened by US President. Donald Trump revealed that the deal is worked out between the two countries to suspend trade tariffs for uncertain period. Trump had said that he would start charging… Continue reading US–Mexico Tariff War Averted; Agreement Reached, Says President Trump

Fish And Shrimps, Possible Effective Recruits For Underwater Spying

Animals have been used as warnings, weapons and spies for a really long time. Now, marine organisms are going to be used as sensors. Since 1960s, US Navy has been training dolphins for rescuing lost swimmers and detecting mines. Similarly, Russia is also doing the same, along with pigeons, rats and sharks being used for… Continue reading Fish And Shrimps, Possible Effective Recruits For Underwater Spying

Softbank Struggles To Raise Money For Latest Funds—Report

As per the recent reports, the Japanese multi-national company, Softbank is facing obstructions to raise more money for its new fund which it expected to be $100 billion. As expected, Softbank has not received a warm welcome from some of the biggest investors in the world. They refused to contribute any funds or agreed to… Continue reading Softbank Struggles To Raise Money For Latest Funds—Report

Cargo Demand In Asia Sees A Downfall Amid Trade Tensions

According to AAPA director general, the current trade war going on between China and US is severely affecting the Asian airline’s demand for air cargo. At annual meeting of IATA organized in Seoul, Andrew Herdman said that in the cargo industry, the major players are Asian airlines as they carry around 40% of the global… Continue reading Cargo Demand In Asia Sees A Downfall Amid Trade Tensions

Drug Sales On Dark Net On Rise In England—Report

In England, the number of individuals purchasing drugs on dark net has doubled since 2014, says the Global Drugs Survey. The survey that is conducted annually questioned 123814 individuals from 30 countries. The data showed that England drug users purchasing products on dark net has increased to 28.6% from 12.4% since 2014. England has become… Continue reading Drug Sales On Dark Net On Rise In England—Report

Terrifying Side Effects For The Heart Might Be Linked To Energy Beverages

According to a small research printed in the Journal of the American Heart Association, drinking thirty-two ounces of energy beverages manufactured by Monster Beverage Co. or just below 3 cans of Red Bull, in less than an hour pointed the risk of electrical disturbances in the human heart for as long as 4 hours later… Continue reading Terrifying Side Effects For The Heart Might Be Linked To Energy Beverages

Tesla Soon Expected To Make A Shocking Announcement In China

Elon Musk’s electric automaker Tesla has been bracing up for a huge announcement that to be made on production in China. The announcement is expected to offer a pivot in share action. In recent months, the company’s shares have been declined because of the blizzard of a trade war, constant cash burn has raised the… Continue reading Tesla Soon Expected To Make A Shocking Announcement In China

Bridenstine Maintains $1.6bn Additional Funds Proposal Is Not Necessarily “Rejected”

Jim Bridenstine, the administrator of NASA said that NASA has requested to add around $1.6 billion to NASA’s 2020 budget for beginning the work on the lunar program of Artemis, was not defunct in spite of lack of action on the budget by the appropriators of the House. During the council meeting of the NASA… Continue reading Bridenstine Maintains $1.6bn Additional Funds Proposal Is Not Necessarily “Rejected”

FAA Stretches Deadline For Comment Period On Overhauling Of Commercial Launch Rules

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has decided to stretch the comment period on overhauling about rules of commercial launch. This has been done because someone from the industry wants to have more discussion with the administration regarding the suggested revisions. During the meeting of Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee of FAA on May 30, Associate administrator… Continue reading FAA Stretches Deadline For Comment Period On Overhauling Of Commercial Launch Rules