On Nov. 23, APARTSMAN, an ELV end-of-life vehicle dismantling and processing company, received RMB 50 million USD 7.8 million in a round of pre-A series funding from Jiangsu Chenlong Group, boosting its valuation to USD 39 million.APARTSMAN, based in Beijing, has branches in places like Hong Kong, Guangzhou, America and Japan.APARTSMAN s main businesses include intelligent vehicle dismantling by experienced overseas technicians and selling dismantled parts to developing countries through its e-commerce platform.Zhu Jiangang, CEO of APARTSMAN, said the market for dismantled vehicle parts in China is expecting a surge in the near future, up to RMB 600 billion.Dismantled parts and second-hand parts are the future of China s auto parts in the after-sales market, according to Zhu.
the corporate restructuring drive in case of a listed company, talvivaara's share issue the production company a bunch of new owners, when the majority of creditors sign a debt owed by marking the new shares.the liquidator Pekka Jaatinen looked at shares the success of giving winterfell to a "strong chance" yet to a new life, possibly new on industries.on the other Hand, nothing prevents it, either, that the company could still try to get involved, when the state is looking for funding its owned by terra fame today to run the mining operations.restructuring debt was winterfell with a total of more than 450 million euros.That the sum of the nearly 236 million, therefore, was used in the Talvivaara share subscription of 11.4 cents per share price.the Remaining restructuring debts cancelled almost completely, if the Espoo district court to confirm for the proposed restructuring program
after Reading an article about how the Us president Donald Trump I hate bad news, I was left to ponder the business leaders similar pattern of behavior.the Article quoted a Washington Post story, which discussed Trump's reactions to the women's march news coverage as well as Trump and president Barack obama's inauguration, the audience number of comparison:"president Trump had just returned to the White house Saturday's final inauguration event, a peaceful interfaith prayer moment, when the anger of the thunderhead began to accumulate.Trump turned on the tv and saw a slice of confrontation – on the one hand, different parts of the world organised huge demonstrations in his day-old president, through the against the and on the other hand, few people read inaugural audience, around which remained empty on the broad white areas of the National Mall park.As we know, in a hurry convened a press conference.Spicer played the occasion, the obvious lies Trump the inauguration of the public amount, and the suppliers the criticism was harsh.
the Swedish government devised by the banks ' contributions are not the only reason why Nordea is considering the headquarters transfer out of Sweden, the group leader Casper von Koskull said news agency Bloomberg.instead, the reason is Koskullin according to the Swedish banking regulation as a whole."your Attention is too much stability in payments.We must assess the whole picture, and our decisions are based on the whole", von Koskull said the news agency.Nordea received the backing this week of the Swedish competition authorities, who warn that the banks ' payments increase and the government's new proposals are hampered by the country's financial sector operations.according to the Authorities, on the other hand, Sweden needs a sufficiently large stabilization fund, which will ensure that the financial sector stabilization of the pour state of the hands
the U.s. financial sector data bank on GOBankingRates has done calculations about how much people need to earn a year to live comfortably in the country's major cities.the Calculations were made on the assumption that the disposable income 50% goes to necessities such as housing costs, food and travel.30% is consumed the rest of life and 20 per cent is wise to save.silicon valley area resident to be good tienistit.GOBankingRatesin according to the calculations of the USA's most expensive residence is in San Francisco.the Salary should stay the hand 104 000 per year, in order to be able to live in reasonable comfort.
In one hand they held traditional glasses of bubbly, but in the other were sheets of paper they had filled with their personal data.They wanted to know what would happen in a world where instead of vetting potential dates by their artfully posed selfies or carefully crafted dating-site profiles, we looked at data gathered by their computers and phones.As use of data-gathering devices increases, it s a world that s just round the corner.Elsden and his colleagues want to explore other ways we can use data that gets collected as we go about our modern lives.Can we give people more control over it, make it more ambiguous or playful?It asked for a host of specific numbers: shoe size, the farthest distance they had travelled from home, the earliest and latest times of day they had sent an email in the past month, their heart rate as they filled out the form.
For young people pursuing a career in Silicon Valley, enrollment can be a golden ticket to elite technology companies.Over the years, Stanford has educated some of the biggest names in tech, including Google's Larry Page and Sergey Brin and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer.Founded in 1891, Stanford University has built a reputation as a feeder school for Silicon Valley.Source: Silicon Valley Business JournalIn CoHo, a coffee house where I found many students sitting on couches with laptops in hand, portraits of alumni hang on the wall.Stanford has educated titans of tech including Yahoo's Marissa Mayer; Google's Larry Page and Sergey Brin; cofounder of PayPal, Peter Thiel; former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer; and cofounders of Hewlett-Packard, Bill Hewlett and David Packard.
Shares of the small tech company MGT Capital Investments were up more than 37% on Tuesday at $4.08 per share.With over 108 million shares traded, it was the most active stock, ahead of Bank of America.Tuesday was another day in a stream of strong upward moves for the stock after the company announced on May 9 that it was naming John McAfee, founder of antivirus firm McAfee Security, as CEO and re-branding the firm John McAfee Global Technologies Inc.The surge followed the McAfee announcement, which included a sudden shift in the business from online gaming to cybersecurity.MGT acquired D-Vasive, a company that produces software that protects cellphones, on May 9.Before the shift, the company focused on online games such as slots simulator SlotChamp and had a 10% stake in daily fantasy site DraftDay.com.The firm had no holdings regarding cybersecurity before the acquisition, according to its most recent annual filing.Here's what we know about the abrupt pivot so far:September 8, 2015: MGT sells all but 11% of its stake in DraftDay.com, according to its annual report.April 14: After delaying its annual report from March 31, MGT files its report, saying it has $359,000 in cash on hand.The report does say that following the sale of DraftDay, the firm is "considering all methods to create value for shareholders, including potential mergers, spin-offs, distributions and other strategic actions.Brauser has been sued numerous times for fraud involving small, publicly listed firms, though some of those allegations have been dismissed.The most recent was dismissed in September 2015, for the company IDI Inc. Brauser was also CEO of an email-marketing company, Naviant, which was acquired and eventually sued by credit agency Equifax after the firm accused the shareholder sellers of fraud.According to that filing, Silverman and his firm no longer have any representation on the board.May 9: McAfee is named chairman and CEO, and the company buys Wyoming-based cybersecurity firm D-Vasive for $300,000 in cash and 4,760,000 in shares of MGT.
Scientists track British genetic adaptation over 2,000 yearsNew research by geneticists working with data from the UK10K Project to study the genomes of 10,000 Britons has for the first time detailed exactly how the genetic traits of the people of the British Isles have evolved over the past 2,000 years Nature .Lockheed Martin plans Mars orbital lab for 2028Later today, Lockheed Martin is set to unveil details about its planned Mars Base Camp: a laboratory that will house six astronauts in orbit about Mars, which the company hopes to have in place by 2028 Popular Science .The system uses cameras, acoustic and radio frequency sensors to monitor stadia and business premises that could be at risk of unwanted drone activity.The camera connector just fits on the right-hand side of the Zero's board in what Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton calls "dumb luck."Produced by Bruno Wu and producer Larry Kasanoff's Threshold Global Studios, Kasanoff says that it's an ensemble piece with a Chinese cast; the first part of a trilogy that's "not at all what you think; it will be a cool surprise."Book now for WIRED MoneyWIRED Money showcases the innovative thinkers who are re-imagining the financial sector.
However, this project is affection on a grand scale: some US enthusiasts are creating a transistor-for-transistor replica of the chip's design using discrete components.It's a good thing we're in the era of surface mount components, because even with small components the 3,218 transistors, 1,019 resistors and various other bits of the MOnSter 6502 need a four-layer PCB measuring 12 x 15 with components mounted on both sides.Because a big, slow, and mostly-useless processor board would be boring without flashing lights, it also includes 167 LEDs showing the values of various control lines, registers, and status bits .Regrettably, the chip won't be able to completely emulate the original 6502 inside an olde-worlde Apple board, because it's too slow.That might be enough, however, to get it to boot and run BASIC, Schlaepfer hopes.They've also recreated discrete-component versions of two smaller classics: the 555 timer, and the 741 op-amp.
Microsoft has announced that it s selling its feature phone division to Foxconn for the princely sum of $350 million.While Microsoft claims it will continue to work on Windows 10 Mobile and the Lumia smartphone brand, it will hand over all of the assets relating to its Nokia-branded feature phones, including brands, software and services, care network and other assets, customer contracts, and critical supply agreements.It s expected the deal will be completed in the second half of 2016.Microsoft purchased Nokia s phone division three years ago for $7.1 billion.Its foray into phone hardware hasn t been a huge success so far, but maybe jettisoning the feature phone wing will allow it double down on the smartphones it clings to.Did someone mention Surface Phone?
But they are not supreme, says Ingvar Matsson, energy analyst at Swedbank. - Now that four nuclear reactors should be closed, so it is quite a considerable part of energy production which must be replaced. So, wind power, and to some extent bio-energy, is probably the closest at hand simply. - Aid plays certainly, but it probably also motivated by the desire to be close to a large and stable electricity market. Germany's the largest single energy market in Europe, and Vattenfall are clear that they want to be there. - New energy in Germany may become especially important now, when you sell a substantial part of its German operations, said Ingvar Matsson as referring to brown coals.
The government is yet to make a move to legalise the service in cities like Melbourne, and now the courts have weighed in, seemingly legalising the service.On Wednesday, Melbourne driver Nathan Brenner won an appeal against a A$900 fine he was issued for driving UberX without accreditation, ABC News reported.Brenner was initially fined in December in the Melbourne Magistrates Court, and was also required to pay the prosecution costs of the Victorian Taxi Commission.The Commission has been contacted for comment.She said the government needed more time to consider the court's findings.On the other hand, Matt Denman, general manager of Uber Victoria, welcomed the news but stopped short of declaring the service effectively legalised.
Ghostbusters New TrailerIn case you ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you probably heard that Sony Pictures Entertainment is releasing an all-female Ghostbusters sequel/reboot later this summer.You might have also heard that the internet hasn t been reacting all that well to the news of the movie s existence.DON T MISS: Star Wars: Rogue One heroes, villains and ships revealed in story guideHaving just eclipsed 800,000 dislikes on YouTube, the response to the first trailer could conservatively be called an unmitigated disaster.Admittedly, the trailer didn t really do the movie any favors as Ghostbusters star Melissa McCarthy admits , but this is clearly more than just a bunch of riled up, classic 80s movies fans.Having not loved the first trailer myself, I think this one might do a better job of showing us exactly what the movie is about while giving the characters a chance to show of their sense of humor:On the other hand, this trailer will almost certainly receive hundreds of thousands of dislikes in the coming weeks.Ghostbusters releases in theaters on July 15th, 2016.
The iPhone s camera app shutter button isn t always in the most convenient place—particularly if you re trying to operate it one-handed.You can use the volume button as an alternative, but there s another way to take a picture you might not be aware of.This is a trick that s been around for years, but you might not have stumbled across yet file alongside this one and this one .The two volume buttons on your iPhone headphones can also act as shutter buttons, which means you can snap pictures with one hand while holding your phone aloft with another, and it works with video too.There are all kinds of situations when it might come in handy and save you from having to awkwardly juggle your phone around to reach the software shutter button.Might be a idea to take advantage of this while you can...
It's an interesting theory to say the least, however this has led some music lovers to ask how they can expect to use their existing headphones with Apple's new flagship phone.Thankfully help is at hand: there's a growing collection of digital-to-analogue converters – or DACs – which are increasingly compatible with iPhones.As its name suggests, a digital-to-analogue converter converts a signal from its digital source to the analogue audio waves your ears end up hearing.Unless you're still rocking a classic collection of vinyl or, even less likely, cassette tapes the music you're listening to on a daily basis is stored digitally in either an audio file or CD.The second reason to shell out for an upgrade is the fact that some of the more premium headphones on the market are 'high-impedance' headphones, which require more power through the headphone jack on your music source in order to work properly.An external DAC helps with these headphones as it can work as a headphone amp to provide the extra power needed to drive a high-impedance pair of 'phones.
Anyone who s seen a person use HTC s Vive virtual reality headset will know that it is a solo experience, and one that you ll want to keep your distance from.Jukin MediaYou see HTC s headset doesn t just let you look around a virtual world, it lets you walk around it, touch it and in some instances punch it.So it was a hard truth that this man learnt first hand when his colleague proceeded to engage in what we can only assume was a particularly vigorous VR game.Sadly neither he, nor his colleague were aware that HTC s headset comes with a range of safety features which warn the user that they re about to thwack someone rather heavily round the head.Ignorant of these features she did indeed then proceed to thwack him, his innocent head clearly obstructing the intended virtual target.Just like hoverboards, Google Glass and the Smart Car before it, virtual reality has passed the innovative technology test by making sure you look like a complete idiot while using it.
Online giant Nokia said on Wednesday released a bulletin that the Nokia granted Technologies recently established Finnish HMD Global Ltd, a worldwide exclusive rights to use the trademark of Nokia mobile phones and tablets for the manufacture of ten years. These agreements will HMD would be the only licensee for all the Nokia sold worldwide under the trademark for mobile phones and tablets. HMD continue marketing their phones as part of their product offering, which will include the new smart phones and tablets. As FIH Mobile Limited announced today that it will acquire the rest of Microsoft's basic phone business, including manufacturing, sales and distribution of equipment. Under the agreement, the HMD has full operational control over the sale, marketing and distribution of mobile phones and tablets sold under the trademark of Nokia. On the other hand, the Nokia would return to self-production of mobile phones HMD plans to manufacture mobile phones and tablets that utilize and increase the value of Nokia's trade mark in the global market, "says the release of the Nokia Technologies Group Vice President Ramzi Haidamus.
Forget about buying a new car or tearing out your car's dashboard.Let me be almost recklessly honest: I allow my Android phone to distract me while driving.It s not officially called that—it s still just Android Auto —but Google used that phrasing during my demo, and asked that I make an explicit distinction between Android Auto on phone screens, and Android Auto on dashboard screens.There s a back and home button on the bottom of the screen, a button to engage voice control, and a hamburger menu in the upper left-hand corner of the interface.Google says it will soon bring hotwording to Android Auto so that you can issue commands with a simple OK Google prompt rather than tapping on an icon to get started.Android Auto, now with WazeOne of the best things about Android Auto on your phone screen is that all the applications already supported by the platform will work—this includes Spotify, Pocket Casts, and Waze, for which Google announced compatibility at its I/O keynote.
New APIs make it possible to programmatically create spreadsheets and presentationsAn integration between Salesforce and Google Slides makes it easier to create a presentation using data people already have.Google is updating the developer tools for its Docs productivity suite in an effort to make it easier for companies to integrate third-party applications with its presentation, spreadsheet and word processing software.In addition, Google also announced a new Slides API that will allow users to automatically populate slide decks with information from outside sources.That's useful for making sure that information shared within an organization using Google Sheets is up to date and accurate.For example, Trello is working on a feature that would let users take items stored on a "board" in its application and turn them into slides with a couple of clicks, without having to go through all the trouble of building a slide deck by hand.Security-conscious businesses might not be a fan of these integrations yet.