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He's now focused on Redwood Materials, where he has the CEO title for the first time. When JB Straubel announced last year that he was leaving Tesla, investors put forth a chorus of concern. Of creating the cars, powertrains, batteries, storage systems, and even entire factories that fueled the expansion of Tesla's operations and ambitions. "It seems blindingly obvious to me," Straubel, who is 44, said of this kind of "remanufacturing," the goal of Nevada-based Redwood Materials, the company he founded and now helms as CEO. "Amazon is perhaps the most significant company in the world in terms of logistics and supply chain," Straubel said.
Persons: JB Straubel, He's, Elon, Jeffrey Brian, JB, Straubel, Tesla, helms, Redwood, Lea Malloy, that's, Brendan McDermid Tesla, Jeffrey Skoll's, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, we've, Luc Gnago, Reuters Straubel, Cox Mobility's Malloy Organizations: Materials, Elon Musk, Wall Street, Tesla's, Research, General Motors, GM He's, Roskill, Global, Cox Automotive Mobility, REUTERS, EV, Jeffrey Skoll's Capricorn Investment, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Panasonic, Tesla, Reuters, Toyota, Daimler, Google Locations: Nevada, China, Europe, Reno
‘A Love Letter to Detroit,’ on Vellum and Chrome
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Norman Mayersohn | ) + 0.98   time to read: +1 min
Of the myriad treasures that might draw a sightseeing car lover to Detroit, one potential attraction is notably missing: a major public museum collection dedicated to the automobile. A measure of relief from that drought has arrived in the form of “Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City, 1950-2020,” an exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts that opened this month and runs through next June. Paintings and sculptures intended to illuminate the relationship of art and car culture over the past 70 years will also be on display. Despite the location of its stately Beaux-Arts home on Woodward Avenue, a major artery of all things automotive in Detroit, the D.I.A. The last major exhibition of cars within the museum’s walls was a design retrospective in the 1980s that spanned the era from 1925 to 1950.
Persons: Organizations: America’s Motor City, Petersen Automotive Museum, LeMay, Detroit Institute of Arts, Beaux, Arts Locations: Detroit, Los Angeles, Tacoma, Reno , Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Motor City
Less than 24 hours later, the bureau issued a statewide Amber Alert citing "new information and growing concern" about his well-being. An Amber Alert was not issued for Quawan, because Baldwin police said his disappearance did not meet the criteria. Griffin said he has looked at more than 2,000 media reports of Amber Alert cases in the past 15 years. The problem isn't the Amber Alert, he said, but how people think about it. via Ronald Haley Jr."We think it’s some kind of silver bullet -- if you issue an Amber Alert, you get the kid back safe.
Persons: Jordan Gorman, Amber, Bobby, Charles, Quawan, Baldwin, wasn't, Nick Manale, Chase, Trichell, Timothy Griffin, It’s, Griffin, Ronald Haley Jr, they’re, Mary Parish, Quawan's, couldn't, Haley, Samuel Wise, Wise, Coletta Gorman, Josh DeVine, DeVine, Jordan, James Alan Fox, they're, Fox Organizations: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee Bureau, Tenn ., of, Louisiana State Police, Media Advisory, University of Nevada, Iberia Parish Coroner's, Baldwin Police Department, Iberia Parish Sheriff's, NBC, Sheriff's, Tennessee Bureau of, Authorities, County Rescue, Northeastern University Locations: Tennessee, Ashland City, Nashville, Tenn, Tenn . Tennessee, Baldwin , Louisiana, Jordan's, Baton Rouge, Reno, Iberia Parish, St, Mary, Baldwin, Boo, Loreauville, Cheatham, Kentucky, Boston
At least 250,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 so far as of Wednesday, according to data from John Hopkins University. That's the equivalent of the entire population of Reno, Nevada, being entirely wiped out. Public health experts have warned that without mitigation, the US could see as many as 2,000 deaths each day as a result of COVID-19. At least 250,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 so far as of Wednesday, according to data from John Hopkins University. Public health experts have warned that the upcoming winter months could be the most deadly of the pandemic.
Organizations: John Hopkins University, US, The New York Times Locations: COVID, Reno , Nevada
During the Cold War, a pair of Levi's jeans represented the American spirit to thousands of Germans divided by capitalism and socialism. "They were obviously consumer goods, but they were loaded with other meaning for East Germans and East Europeans," he told Business Insider's Charlie Herman. So the government allowed East Germans to shop at the Intershops, undermining its very mission of socialism by relying on capitalism. "They tried so hard to copy those Levi's jeans and it just didn't work," Anton said. Breaking down the Berlin WallPeople celebrate on the Berlin wall on November 12, 1989 in Berlin, Germany.
Persons: Levi's, Levi Strauss, Jacob Davis, Jeans, Tatjana Patitz, Arthur Elgort, Conde Nast, Gerd Horten, Charlie Herman, they'd, Sabine Anton, weren't, couldn't, Horten, Anton, Stephen Jaffe, Getty Organizations: West, Vogue, Getty, Washington Post, East, Citizens Locations: Soviet, East Germany, Berlin, San Francisco, Reno , Nevada, West Germany, Germany, United States, United Kingdom, France, Soviet Union, East Germans, Germans, East, East Berlin
(CNN) When Rosa Inchausti and her colleagues started testing wastewater in Tempe, Arizona, it was 2018 and they were not looking for coronavirus. As daily coronavirus counts top 70,000 as measured by standard testing, sewage testing suggests things are going to get a whole lot worse. Across the country, cities and universities are testing sewage to monitor the virus. Wastewater testing doesn't recover whole virus, but instead pulls out two specific pieces of viral material called RNA. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has set up a website and is hoping state, tribal, local and territorial health departments will submit wastewater testing data for a national database.
Persons: Rosa Inchausti, Inchausti, it's, Mariana Matus, Matus, Krishna Pagilla, Reno's Pagilla, Pagilla, Cresten Mansfeldt, Mansfeldt, Dr, Sanjay Gupta Organizations: CNN, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Nevada, Nevada Water Innovation Institute, Strategic Management, Diversity, Arizona State University campus, University of Colorado, Get CNN, CNN Health, US Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Nevada, Inchausti, CDC Locations: Tempe , Arizona, Tempe, Boston, Reno , Nevada, Massachusetts, Reno, Nevada, Covid, Boulder ., Boulder, Boulder county, Arizona, Boston
Girls behind bars tell their stories
  + stars: | 2015-03-26 | by ( Ashley Fantz | Richard Ross | )   time to read: +4 min
(CNN) When photographer Richard Ross wants to talk to a child at a juvenile detention center, he knocks on their cell door. "The result of that tenderness and patience is Ross' latest collection of photos, "Girls in Justice." But the girls also tell their stories alongside the images. You want to say, 'It will get better,' but you also know the system and you know that you can't say that." You want to say, 'It will get better,' but you also know the system and you know that you can't say that.
Persons: Richard Ross, they've, Ross doesn't, What's, Ross, I've, there's, couldn't Organizations: CNN, Twitter, CNNPhotos, Nevada Locations: New York City, America, criminalizing, Reno , Nevada, lockup, Reno
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