Ford invests $1 Billion in Chicago plants building SUV models
10 February 2019 | 9:00 am
Joseph Hinrichs, president of global operations at Ford, discusses the company's $1 billion investment in two Chicago factories that build high-profit sport-utility vehicles.
2 Oct 2019
Nine-year-old Daisy-May Demetre, whose legs were amputated due to a birth defect, became the first double amputee child to walk the runway in Paris Fashion Week on Friday.
19 Oct 2019
Ford has cut its full-year profit outlook after a rocky quarter that saw sluggish sales in China and higher costs in the North America market. Bloomberg’s Chester Dawson reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
2 Nov 2019
A report by the Carbon Tracker Initiative has revealed 79% of EU coal plants are running at a high financial loss because they can't compete with cheap renewables. A German company faces the biggest loss.
30 Dec 2019
Julio Betancur, a biologist and professor at the National University of Colombia, has collected more than 22,000 plants to document Colombia’s rich floral diversity, which is now disappearing due to climate change and deforestation.
22 Jan 2020
Intricately detailed Hong Kong protester figurines have become the latest must-have collectibles as toy stores recreate the pro-democracy movement's street battles with police in their shop displays.
10 Feb 2020
"Ford v Ferrari" on Sunday won the Oscar for sound design. Starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, the movie is based on the little-known true story of the American and British car designers and engineers who built the Ford GT40 to take on Italy's fabled Ferrari team at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
14 Jun 2020
Israeli scientists say they have produced hydrogen from plants in a development that they hope could eventually lead to using vegetation to produce electricity.
23 Jun 2020
After a three-month long closure, the opera house in Barcelona, El Liceu, reopens with its first concert... for 2,292 plants. The initiative, an idea of Spanish artist Eugenio Ampudia, looks to examine our relationship with nature and the impact the lockdown has had on public spaces.
24 Dec 2020
American travelers pack into Chicago O'Hare's departure hall ahead of Christmas, despite official warnings to stay put over the holiday period to curb the spread of Covid-19 across the country.
10 Jan 2021
Demonstrators march through the streets of Chicago in memory of victims of gun violence. The number of victims has risen dramatically in the third-largest US city in 2020. Police in the Windy City recorded 762 homicides in 2020, up 55 percent from 2019, according to a December 27 count.
18 Feb 2021
Ford wants to convert its passenger car lineup to all electric in Europe over the next few years — starting with a major revamp at its factory in Cologne.
18 Apr 2021
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A World Health Organization (WHO) official said on Monday that the global body would postpone a decision on Ethiopia's request to investigate its leader for allegedly supporting rebellious forces fighting the Ethiopian government. WHO Executive Board chair Patrick Amoth made the statement at a meeting of the board in Geneva where current director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus' bid for a second term as head of the U.N. agency is due to be discussed.