Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, whistleblower and joker in the Twitter-Musk case

Known and respected in the cybersecurity community, the former security chief of Twitter Peiter Zatko is a boon for Elon Musk in the case which opposes him to the social network, even if the scope of the accusations of the launcher warning remain to be demonstrated. Nicknamed “Mudge”, the 51-year-old computer scientist must answer questions … Read more

Elon Musk wants more babies and more oil

During a conference in Norway, the billionaire considered “important to perpetuate civilization” and “to explore more” hydrocarbons in the country. The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, himself the father of ten children, on Monday called on his contemporaries to do “more babiesbut also to exploit more oil and natural gas. “Believe me: the … Read more

Elon Musk: an economic model in question

Published on : 05/06/2022 – 15:31 He is the man who is talked about so much in the four corners of the planet, and who hit hard by announcing for 44 billion dollars the acquisition of Twitter, this now essential social network, including for economic circles. With more than 90 million followers on Twitter, the … Read more

the City of London has lost 14% of its restaurants since the pandemic due to telework

The London business center is more affected by this phenomenon than the rest of the city. Restaurants located in residential areas, in particular, suffer less. The City of London, the financial heart of the United Kingdom and central district of the British capital, has lost 14% of its restaurants and bars since the pandemic, showing … Read more

AfDB grants $1.4 million to Export Trading Group to support women entrepreneurs in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia

(AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK) – The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group on July 14 approved a grant of $1.4 million to”>Export Trading Group (ETG) The grant is for technical assistance and will be used to fund women-owned businesses in three sub-Saharan African countries (Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia). ETG is one of … Read more

The “Russian McDonald’s” deprived of fries by the sanctions, according to the press

AFP, published on Friday, July 08, 2022 at 3:29 p.m. Vkusno i Tochka, the chain that took over McDonald’s restaurants in Russia in June, is facing a growing shortage of fries because of Western sanctions against Moscow, business news site RBK reported on Friday. The brand’s first restaurants opened in Russia on June 12, drawing … Read more

Elon Musk had twins with an executive of his startup Neuralink, according to the press

Elon Musk, boss of Tesla and SpaceX, in the process of buying Twitter, had twins in November with an executive of Neuralink, another of his companies, bringing the number of his children still alive to nine, according to Business Insider. According to an article from the specialized site published on Wednesday, Elon Musk and Shivon … Read more

SNCF simplifies fares for pets

From now on, packages of 7 euros in TGV Inoui and 10 euros in Ouigo will be applied. It does not matter the size of the animal and the duration of the journey. One more reason to bring your pet on vacation. SNCF has decided to change its prices since Thursday, June 23. Now a … Read more

“The crazy promises of Elon Musk”

Elon Musk. FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP CHRONICLE – In fifteen years, Musk has achieved what no entrepreneur had even imagined: building a revolutionary and profitable automotive industry. “The puny pecore swelled up so well that it burst”… For a long time, one would have thought that Elon Musk would only be the Frog of the famous … Read more

Toblerone chocolate will no longer be produced exclusively in Switzerland

AFP, published on Friday, June 24, 2022 at 10:00 p.m. Toblerone chocolate, whose triangular bars recall the peaks of the Alps, will no longer be produced exclusively in Switzerland from 2023, which will force it to remove the mention “Switzerland” from its packaging. Toblerone intends to open a production line in Slovakia at the end … Read more