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MegaWatt Announces Non-brokered Private Placement of up to C$1M
MegaWatt Lithium and Battery Metals (OTCQB:WALRF) has announced a non-brokered private placement for aggregate gross proceeds to the Co. of up to C$1M from the sale of any combination of units priced
Megawatt Lithium and Battery Metals to acquire additional 20% interest in holder of silver–zinc projects
Megawatt Lithium and Battery Metals (OTCPK:WALRF) signs share purchase deal with BC Co. to acquire additional 20% stakes in the company. Currently, Megawatt Lithium and Battery Metals holds 60% of th
The passage of a $550 billion infrastructure bill by the U.S. Senate won a major victory for Biden.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives will link the vote on the bill to a $3.5 trillion economic plan. $550 billion will be used to upgrade and expand roads, railways, power grids, and broadband. The US Senate passed a $550 billion infrastructure bill, marking the largest public utility spending in decades and winning President Joe Biden a major victory on the economic agenda. Members of both parties in the Senate passed the infrastructure bill by a 69-30 vote on Tuesday, making a breakthrough on an issue that has plagued Congress and the president for years. But the spirit of bipartisanship will soon fade away, Senate Majority Leader Chuck
The problem that can be solved by spending 700USD Tesla offers 16000 after-sale price.
A US Youtube user showed how he repaired a damaged battery pack of a Tesla Model 3 for just $700 after Tesla's service center charged the car renter $16000 for repairs. The video went viral online, sparking a discussion about consumers' right to repair, especially in cars. The renter of the Tesla, Donald, damaged the car's cooling system after crashing into rubble on the road. On Tesla Model 3, a cooling pipe is connected to a joint on the battery pack under the car. In this accident
Netflix enters the game field and hires a former Facebook executive as vice president of game development.
Netflix, the US video streaming giant, announced on Wednesday that it had hired former Facebook and EA executive Mike Verdu as vice president to lead its video games division in an effort to move beyond its traditional streaming business. Verdu founded his own defense software company at the age of 20, sold it in 1990, and then moved his team to video games. Since then, he has been working in this field, working for Atari, EA, Kabam and other development companies, and has been responsible for leading the development of games such as the Lord of the Rings.
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