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US industrial production falls most sharply in 17 months in October

Getty Images An employee of the Ford Motor Company is working on a new truck at a plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The Figures: Industrial production in the US declined 0.8% in October, the largest decline since May 2018, the Federal Reserve reported Friday. It was the third decline in production in the last four months. The decline was steeper than …

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NASA Marshall Expands Relationships with UA to Drive Production in Outer Space – Yellowhammer News

NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville is expanding its partnership with the University of Alabama to collaborate on space development and manufacturing. This is a focus of the Space Agency's efforts to bring American astronauts back to the Moon and beyond. The agreement aims to promote inventive research into space exploration and improve the education of tomorrow's aerospace workers. …

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Nissan's bold Ariya EV concept could soon go into production

Similar to the IMk "Kei", the Ariya has a lit "sign" (no grill), which is equipped with radar and other ProPilot 2.0 sensors. The new driver assistance system will even allow hands-off driving in certain situations, Nissan said. Under the hood (and trunk) are two electric front and rear engines with a GT-borrowed four-wheel torque distribution -R, although Nissan did …

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Tesla Model Y Production … Fusion Energy … Tesla Model 3 Reach after 50,000 miles – #CleanTechnica Top 20

21st October 2019 by Zachary Shahan The Top 20 CleanTechnica stories of the week were led by a Tesla Model Y production schedule leaked by an insider, which is super exciting and something to be careful about. The second most popular piece was a story about the Tesla Model 3 series after 80,000 kilometers driven. The week's Black Swan story …

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John Cho's injury on the set "Cowboy Bebop" stops production: reports

John Cho, star of Netflix's forthcoming "Cowboy Bebop," recently suffered a knee injury that, according to several reports, resulted in a disruption of the series's production for seven to nine months. Citing sources, the freak accident happened during the last hiring of a well-rehearsed scene. According to Variety, 47-year-old Cho flew from New Zealand to Los Angeles, where "Cowboy Bebop" …

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China's GDP growth drops to nearly 30-year low as tariffs weigh on production

PEKING (Reuters) – China's economic growth slowed more-than-expected in the third quarter, reaching its weakest level in nearly three decades, when the bloody US trade war hit factory production, prompting Beijing to provide new support. During the sunrise in Qinhuangdao, Hebei Province, China, people enjoy the beach near a port. October 15, 2019. REUTERS / STRINGER Gross domestic product (GDP) …

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Harley-Davidson Already Pausing Electric Motorcycle Production: Report

Harley-Davidson 's all-electric LiveWire bike bike bike bike ] just keeping its head above water. The numbers have not been great, but now there's even bigger problem: charging equipment. [Harley-Davidson is ceasing both production and delivery immediately.] The Wall Street Journal reports The problem with the charging equipment has not been identified by Harley-Davidson. But the company has advised buyers …

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Harley-Davidson temporarily pulls the plug for the production of electric motorcycles

Heather Malenshek, Harley-Davidson's Chief Marketing Officer, on the company's new electric motorcycle, LiveWire, and the increasing use of technology used in motorcycles. Harley-Davidson Temporarily Ceased Production of its LiveWire Electric Motorcycle Due to Charging The Company is conducting tests to investigate the issue, which the Wall Street Journal considers a serious setback for the motorcycle manufacturer. The company has not …

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Harley-Davidson stops electric motorcycle production due to a charging problem

Harley-Davidson has temporarily stopped production and shipping of its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire, due to a problem with the motorcycle's charging equipment, first reported by the Wall Street Journal . The company told Journal that LiveWire bikes are still safe, but it is asking its first customers to charge the $ 30,000 electric motorcycle only from dealers. Voltage sockets as …

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