The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has warned that more than half a dozen Caesars Entertainment executives with Personal Management License (PML) permits could be subject to regulatory action.
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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, manufacturer of light commercial vehicles owned by Germany-based Volkswagen Group (VW), has confirmed that it has started development of its very first self-driving
The government of Austria has plans to introduce a series of wide-ranging reforms to overhaul the nation’s gambling market that could involve the setting up of a new all-inclusive gambling regulato
American electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors will void the warranty if any Tesla car owner attempts to power his/her home with the EV’s battery pack as the manufacturer doesn’t allow its EV batt
French authorities are reportedly mulling plans to relax geographic restrictions placed on casinos to allow smaller tourist-friendly towns and cities to host brick-&-mortar casinos.
After remaining in the doldrums for several months during pandemic-hit 2020, German multinational automobile manufacturer BMW now aims to swing back to its pre-pandemic operating margin of 8-10 per
Swedish manufacturer Scania AB has announced that it is working on a new long-distance electric truck that will be able to carry a total weight of 40 tons for more than four hours on single charge
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Tesla Motors electric compact crossover utility vehicle “Model Y” has earned an overall safety rating of 5 stars from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the federal agency has confirmed.
German bicycle manufacturer Canyon’s recently announced electric pedal car concept called the Canyon Future Mobility Project has received a big boost from a new round of investment that reported collected nearly $1 billion.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup Xpeng, which allegedly copied Tesla technology to some degree, has started delivering its electric cars in European markets.
The United Kingdom’s first fully solar-powered electric vehicle service station called the Electric Forecourt, which is situated close to Braintree in southeast England, has been thrown open to the public by GRIDSERVE.
The Parliament of Denmark has approved a plan to bring at least 775,000 electric cars, including hybrids, on roads across the country by 2030 to reduce greenhouse gases of carbon emissions by more than 2 million tons.