We all know that buying a house is really expensive. Like really expensive. So cities in the Netherlands are planning to disallow property investors from acquiring up houses in various neighbourhoods. They hope by doing this it will make homes more affordable for ordinary working people.
One of Tokyo’s latest cafés is run by robots. Dawn Avatar Robot Café features real robots waiting on customers and serving food and drink. By doing this the café is creating more job opportunities for disabled workers.
Volvo recently made a deal with Swedish steel manufacturer SSAB, to supply Volvo with the world’s very first “fossil-free” steel to make its electric cars.
A Swedish company that makes steel without burning fossil fuels shipped its first piece of steel to a client on Wednesday. It’s a grand milestone for the steel industry.
Crowley Maritime Corporation has recently revealed their design for eWolf — the world’s first all-electric harbour tugboat, set to hit the water over the next two years.
Recently, Iceland has been trialling a four-day working week to see how it effects the population and the results are now in.
G7 finance ministers recently proposed their own tax accord to prevent tax evasion, and now, 130 countries have agreed to back a global minimum corporate tax rate.
Canada Goose has vowed to stop using fur in its products by the end of 2022. Canada Goose’s president and CEO, Dani Reiss, said the decision to stop using fur was due to the company wanting to become more sustainable.
Dating app, Bumble, temporarily closed all its offices for a week to combat workplace stress. 700 staff worldwide were given a paid week off to focus on themselves.