It is not McDonald’s business (unless redeemed by the pursuit of profit) to induce its customers to eat less meat.
Shawn Fain is not the first UAW president to get a little, uh, political.
In the U.K., makers of electric vehicles are finding it difficult to sell them to consumers who have to pay for them with their own money.
The way things are going, the switch to EVs may well mean disaster for the auto companies before too long.
Car workers will soon face the reality that it takes fewer of them to make EVs.
In her latest book review for Capital Matters, Amity Shlaes turns her attention to Katja Hoyer’s Beyond the Wall: A History of East Germany.
I wonder how things are going with the EU’s solar sector, wind sector, and EV batteries.
Automaker Stellantis was reported as saying it was on a ‘good path’ to avoid a strike. The UAW’s Shawn Fain sounded rather more cautious.
NPR: When Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm set out on a four-day electric-vehicle road trip this summer, she knew charging might be a challenge. But…
‘Demand’ for EVs is being stimulated by bureaucratic fiat, not true customer choice.