Secret sources say Apple’s electric car could debut as soon as 2019

September 22, 2015 by  
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Apple still hasn’t gone public about its electric car project, reportedly named Titan, but new developments are coming to light nonetheless. The Wall Street Journal has had its journalistic finger on the pulse of the Titan project since the beginning, and a new report sheds a little more light on the timeline of this secret research. According to WSJ’s unnamed source, Apple has committed employees and resources to get its electric car prepared for release in 2019. Read the rest of Secret sources say Apple’s electric car could debut as soon as 2019

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Wall Street Journal Prints Laughable Op-Ed Claiming CO2 Emissions Are Good for the Planet

May 15, 2013 by  
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Photo via Shutterstock According to a recent op-ed on the Wall Street Journal , rising CO2 levels are the best thing to happen to the planet since the Big Bang. The column was written by Harrison Schmidt, a former astronaut and adjunct professor of engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and William Happer, a professor of physics at Princeton University. In it, they claim that increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere will result in increased agricultural productivity. But mainstream science of course says this is a bunch of hooey. Read the rest of Wall Street Journal Prints Laughable Op-Ed Claiming CO2 Emissions Are Good for the Planet Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon dioxide good for plants argument , columbia journalism review , global warming , harrison schmidt , in defense of carbon dioxide , intergovernmental panel of climate change , mariana ashley , more co2 is good for the planet , phil plait , rapid rate of increase in co2 levels , ryan chittum , skeptical science , slate magazine , wall street journal , william happer        

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The Catch-22 of CSR & Economic Recovery

August 26, 2010 by  
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This is a guest opinion post by John Friedman. True economic recovery in the United States is caught in a Catch-22. The economy is stuck in ‘neutral’ while employers hold off on job creation until consumers start spending again, while consumers (particularly those who are out of work or fear for their jobs) are not comfortable enough to start spending until unemployment goes down

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