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Pictured here is the Zeekr 001 electric car at a services trade fair in Beijing on Aug. 31, 2023. China News Service | China News Service | Getty ImagesBEIJING — Chinese electric car brand Zeekr is selling more vehicles than Tesla in parts of China, and plans to expand in Europe and Latin America this year, Zeekr CEO Andy An told CNBC on Wednesday. For the first three weeks of April, Zeekr sold 500 more cars than Tesla in the province of Zhejiang, where Zeekr and its parent company Geely are based. Zeekr also slightly outsold Tesla in the province of Anhui, near Shanghai, and Guangxi, an autonomous region in southern China. The rapid rise of Chinese electric car companies, however, has also prompted the EU and U.S. to consider measures for protecting their own auto industries.
Persons: Andy, Elon, Tesla, Zeekr Organizations: China News Service, Getty, CNBC, EU Locations: Beijing, BEIJING, China, Europe, Latin America, Zhejiang, Anhui, Shanghai, Guangxi, Sweden, Netherlands, America, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore
These caregivers can help children connect with the family's native tongue. "I definitely recommend it to families to help their children with their linguistic tools and global appreciation." Advertisement"We intentionally picked a Filipino caregiver who spoke Tagalog for live-in help because of how nurturing and outgoing the community is," Bhalla Mistry told BI. "Children who grow up multilingual often develop better communication skills and can switch between languages more easily," Bhalla Mistry said. Multilingual nannies can help children connect with their native tonguesMaria Olsson-Tysor of Orange County, California, hails from Sweden and only speaks Swedish to her children, while her husband speaks to them in English.
Persons: , Candi Vajana, Vajana, nannies, multilingualism, Jayna Patel, Patel, Natasha Bhalla Mistry, Bhalla Mistry, Bhalla, Maria Olsson, " Olsson, Tysor, Olsson Organizations: Service, Business, Montessori Locations: Miami, Singapore, London, COVID, Switzerland, Orange County , California, Sweden
Rafael Henrique | SOPA Images | LightRocket via Getty ImagesKlarna on Wednesday announced a global partnership with Uber to power payments for the ride-hailing giant's Uber and Uber Eats apps. The partnership will see the Swedish financial technology firm added as a payment option in the U.S., Germany, and Sweden, Klarna said in a statement. In the U.S., Germany, and Sweden, Klarna will roll out its "Pay Now" option, which lets customers pay off an order instantly in one click, in the Uber and Uber Eats apps. The company will also offer an additional payment option for Uber users in Sweden and Germany which allows users to bundle purchases into a single, interest-free payment that gets taken out of their monthly salary. The firm recently launched a monthly subscription plan in the U.S. to lock in "power users" ahead of its anticipated IPO.
Persons: Rafael Henrique, Uber, giant's Uber, Klarna, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Siemiatkowski, SoftBank Organizations: Getty, Wednesday, Klarna, Bloomberg News, CNBC, Nike, Instacart Locations: Swedish, U.S, Germany, Sweden, Ukraine
They initially mulled over relocating to four potential destinations – Ghana, Sweden, Mexico, and of course, Costa Rica. There’s something energetic about being in Costa Rica.”‘Serendipitous’ move"There’s something energetic about being in Costa Rica," says Ward-Hopper. The community really looked out for each other.”New additionTheir son Nicolai was born in Costa Rica in 2020. “So for us it is more affordable, it’s getting more expensive as more people move to Costa Rica. “I guess we’re more nomadic than stationary, but Costa Rica feels like home.”
Persons: Kema, Hopper, Nicholas Hopper, Aaralyn, , , I’d, Hurricane Harvey, Houston, Ward, they’d, we’ve, Nicolai, ” “, it’s, she’s, “ I’m, Costa, Costa Rica Organizations: CNN, Central American, CNN Travel, Loma Locations: Costa Rica, Houston , Texas, Houston, Ghana, Sweden, Mexico, “ Costa Rica, – Costa Rica, , Pueblo Nuevo, California, Sardinia, Okinawa, Nicoya, Costa Rican, Latin America, Colombia, Brazil, Costa
CNN —American golfer Nelly Korda clinched a remarkable fifth victory in a row on Sunday, sealing her second major title with a win at the Chevron Championship and in the process levelling the LPGA Tour record for consecutive wins. Having begun the year on eight LPGA Tour wins, Korda has surged to 13 in a matter of months. “It’s just been a crazy, crazy, crazy couple of weeks, with some really solid golf,” Korda, still damp from her leap into the lake beside the 18th hole, told reporters. A bogey at the following hole marked her first since the 7th of Friday’s second round, an unblemished 39-hole run. Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesKorda has already topped her most prolific season, a dominant 2021 that saw her tally four LPGA Tour wins.
Persons: Nelly Korda, Maja Stark, Carlton, Korda, Nancy Lopez, Annika Sörenstam, It’s, ” Korda, , I’ve, ” Korda toasts, Andy Lyons, Saturday’s, Ryu Hae, Stark, Korda – “, Organizations: CNN, Chevron, Carlton Woods, Eagle, South, Getty Locations: American, Texas, Los Angeles,
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. I did my first modeling shoot at 63. I thought I'd give modeling a tryI was on my computer a couple of months later, and a pop-up appeared. Rachael told me I looked sharp. Hurd told Business Insider that he never gets nervous ahead of a modeling shoot.
Persons: , Anthony Hurd, Music, I've, Hurd, Rachael, David Gandy, It's, I'm Organizations: Service, UK, Business, Comic Relief, Nike, Reebok, Coca, BMW, Kentucky, Visa Locations: London, Paris, Sweden
CNN —Sweden’s Armand Duplantis extended his dominant reign over the world of pole vaulting on Saturday, setting his eighth world record in the discipline at the season’s first Diamond League meeting in Xiamen, China. And, as the Paris Olympic Games creep ever closer, Duplantis has made it clear that he hasn’t yet reached his best level. Armand Duplantis set a new record of 6.24 meters. “I want to be dominant in the sport because I know that’s what I’m capable of, trying to win every competition and get the most out of myself at every meet that I’m at. In a closely fought women’s 200 meters, 19-year-old Torrie Lewis stunned the favorites to take her first Diamond League victory and announce her presence on the world stage.
Persons: CNN — Sweden’s Armand Duplantis, Duplantis, Armand Duplantis, Tingshu Wang, Reuters “, , CNN’s Amanda Davies, , Christian Coleman, Fred Kerley, Jamaica’s Ackeem Blake, Torrie Lewis, Sha’Carri Richardson Organizations: CNN, Diamond League, Paris, Reuters Locations: Xiamen, China, US
The United Auto Workers union won a critical vote at a plant in Tenessee. The union's white whale is Tesla, workers of which have never been represented by a union. The warm-up for TeslaConquering the South is just a warm-up for the big event for the UAW: Organizing Tesla. Tesla has never held a union vote at any of its US facilities. Many Tesla workers already make more per hour than their unionized counterparts.
Persons: aren't, , Shawn Fain, Fain, Tesla, Elon Musk, Elon Organizations: United Auto Workers, Service, UAW, National Labor Relations Board, Reuters, unionizing, Detroit, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Tesla, Organizing, New York Times Locations: Tenessee, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Detroit, Alabama, Sweden
CNN —Bill Maher recently said on his show that the 2024 election was going to be fought over two issues: immigration and abortion. Each party has an advantage, the Democrats on abortion and the Republicans on immigration. Now, it’s abortion rights voters who are energized, fueled by states like Arizona that are putting in place draconian restrictions on abortion. With the margins small in many swing states, abortion could be the issue that brings out suburban women, who could tilt those states blue in November. Joe Biden needs to be caught trying to solve the immigration crisis.
Persons: Fareed Zakaria, Fareed, Read, Bill Maher, Roe, Wade, Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, don’t, Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Bill Clinton Organizations: CNN, Fareed’s, Republican Party, Republican, Trump, US, EU, Homeland, Democratic, Senate, National Guard Locations: Arizona, America, Sweden, United States, New York City, El Paso, Stockholm, Europe
Drayage trucks, which bring cargo from ports to warehouses nearby, must make the move to electric by 2035 in the U.S. state. Transitioning fleets to electricAcross the Atlantic, Dutch brewer Heineken recently partnered with Swedish electric truck start-up Einride to make the transition to electric. Getting more electric trucks to carry cargo on the road, especially for long-distance journeys, will need to be spearheaded by cargo owners that want their goods moved sustainably. Many of the new trucks will be deployed in markets where DFDS has not yet moved to electric trucks, including in the U.K. In California, Lime's use of electric trucks has been driven by legislation that states all drayage trucks must be zero-emissions by 2035.
Persons: Andrew Savage, we've, Savage, Arjen van der Woude, that's, van der Woude, Sweden's, Robert Falck, " Falck, Lime's Savage Organizations: PT Vale, Hight Logistics, CNBC, Heineken, DFDS, Volvo Locations: PT Vale Indonesia, China, California, U.S ., North America, Los Angeles, Long, Canada, Dutch, Swedish, Netherlands, Germany, Europe, Rotterdam
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email‘They will not win’: Sweden’s finance minister insists Ukraine cannot lose the warSwedish Finance Minister Elisabeth Svantesson tells CNBC's Karen Tso that Europe can’t afford to let Russian win its war with Ukraine as it would lead to troubling events in the coming years.
Persons: Elisabeth Svantesson, Karen Tso Organizations: Swedish, Russian Locations: Ukraine, Europe
TikTok announced a partnership with AXS to sell concert tickets. A new feature in the app allows users and artists to promote tickets to live events. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementYou can now buy concert tickets for your favorite artists on TikTok through AXS.
Persons: TikTok, AXS, Organizations: Ticketmaster, Service, Business Locations: AXS, UK, Sweden, Australia
April Jereza never intended to move abroad to Madrid, Spain, but now that she's been there for seven years, she thinks she'll stay for the long haul. "People in Madrid, and Spain in general, really understand that you don't live to work; you work to live," Jereza says. Other data touts the city's big benefits for professionals: Madrid is the No. 1 best city for remote work, according to a new analysis from Remote.com, a global HR platform for distributed teams. She now works as a product manager for a multinational social media agency from its Madrid office and works remotely part of the week.
Persons: Jereza, she's, she'll Organizations: CNBC Locations: Madrid, Spain, Canada, Europe, Remote.com, Spain Madeira, Portugal Toronto, Canada Auckland , New Zealand Tokyo, Japan Paris, France Portland , Maine, USA Taipei, Taiwan Stockholm, Sweden Reykjavik, Iceland
CNN —Pregnancy complications, such as gestational diabetes or preeclampsia, may be linked to an elevated risk of death even decades after giving birth, according to a new study. The study, published Monday in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, found that women who experienced major complications during pregnancy had an increased risk of early death and that risk remained elevated for more than 40 years. The data showed that more than 88,000 women had died and all five pregnancy complications were independently associated with a higher mortality risk later in life. Gestational diabetes was associated with a 52% increased risk of mortality, preterm delivery was associated with a 41% increased risk, delivering a baby with low birth weight was associated with a 30% increased risk, preeclampsia with a 13% increased risk and other hypertensive disorders with a 27% increased risk, the data showed. “We found that the increased mortality was attributable to multiple different causes of death, including heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disorders, and cancer,” he said.
Persons: Dr, Casey Crump, ” Crump, , , Ashley Roman, ” Roman, Crump, Joanne Stone, Raquel, Jaime Gilinski, ” Stone, Sanjay Gupta Organizations: CNN, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Lund University, NYU Langone Health, , of Obstetrics, Icahn School of Medicine, CNN Health Locations: UTHealth, Houston, Malmö, Sweden, United States, Mount
CNN —Scottie Scheffler clinched his second Masters title in style on Sunday, cementing the American’s status as the preeminent force in men’s golf. I love you,” Scheffler replied when asked by Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley if he had a message for his wife. The ball was still amongst the shrubbery when Scheffler rolled in for par on the same green shortly after, extending his lead to three. His first Masters triumph had ended in a shaky – albeit inconsequential – four-putt, but there were no such blips this time round. After a standing ovation on his walk to the 18th green, Scheffler signed off with a simple putt for par.
Persons: Scottie Scheffler, Sweden’s Ludvig Åberg, Scheffler, Meredith, “ I’m, I’ll, ” Scheffler, Fred Ridley, , can’t, , Brooks Koepka, Scheffler toasts, Warren Little, Woods, Åberg, , Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Tiger Woods, ” Woods, ” Åberg, Fuzzy Zoeller, Europe’s, Andrew Redington, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa, England’s Tommy Fleetwood, Rory McIlroy’s, Spain’s Jon Rahm, Ominously, Morikawa, Homa, Mike Segar, Rahm, Jamie Squire, Aberg, Ted Scott Organizations: CNN, Augusta National, Augusta, Golf, PGA Championship, RSM, Getty Locations: Butler, Augusta, Rome, Homa
CNN —Few athletes can claim to be as dominant in their discipline as Mondo Duplantis, the pole vault star who has broken the world record a staggering seven times. And as for world records, Duplantis promises that he’s not done yet. “But when you get it right, it’s like you’re kind of doing this little dance with the pole. “You have to be a little bit – or quite a bit – crazy to be able to dare to pole vault because it is a little bit of a freaky sport, in a way,” he explains. “It’s still the same old pole vault,” he says.
Persons: Mondo Duplantis, Duplantis, he’s, Amanda Davies, , heptathlete, Michael Steele, , you’re, Sam Kendricks, Karalis, It’s, I’ve Organizations: CNN, Paris Olympics Locations: Paris, Sweden, Lafayette , Louisiana, Glasgow, Scotland, everything’s, Louisiana
Swedish Tesla workers say they are still on strike, contradicting Elon Musk's statements. The strike, led by the IF Metall union, has attracted solidarity from unions across Scandinavia. AdvertisementSwedish Tesla workers say they're still very much on strike — despite Elon Musk's claims to the contrary. The Swedish workers want to force a collective agreement on Tesla, which would allow workers to negotiate things like compensation. AdvertisementAfter the IF Metall union walked out last year, several other unions, including labor groups in nearby countries like Denmark, Norway, and Finland, joined in solidarity.
Persons: Elon, Musk, , Elon Musk's, Jesper Pettersson, Tesla, Pettersson, Danish dockworkers Organizations: IF Metall, Service, Reuters, Tesla, Danish, Business Locations: Scandinavia, Swedish, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland
Wooden turbine towers could make wind power even greener
  + stars: | 2024-04-10 | by ( Arya Jyothi | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
Swedish company Modvion believes it has found a greener alternative — building turbine towers from wood. ModvionAccording to Otto Lundman, co-founder and CEO of Modvion, using wooden towers reduces the lifecycle emissions of a wind turbine by over 25%, and by 90% if you only compare the tower component of the turbine. He adds that if you take into account the carbon dioxide absorbed by trees when they grow, the wooden towers can be considered to store more carbon that they emit. In 2023 the company installed its first commercial two-megawatt unit, a 105-meter-high (345 feet) wooden turbine tower, called Wind of Change, outside Skara, Sweden, for electric utility company Varberg Energi. “But in wind power standards, wood is not really considered for the towers, it’s mostly steel and concrete.
Persons: Modvion, Otto Lundman, Lundman, David Olivegren, Wood, , Abbas Kazemi Amiri, Amiri, , Paul Wennerholm Organizations: CNN, Swedish Energy Agency, Wind Energy, Control, University of Strathclyde, Voodin Blades Locations: Sweden, Skara, University of Strathclyde , Glasgow
Some employees criticize lavish spending on events, while Spotify is trying to cut costs. Some employees think Spotify is spending too much on parties and events, especially when the company is laying off thousands of people and looking to cut more costs. However, these employees said event spending has gone too far, given the company's broader efforts at frugality. One former employee described it as the company "spending tons of money flying people to Sweden to drink the Kool-Aid." Noam Galai/Getty ImagesSome of this lavish event spending is focused on solving a problem that's loomed over Spotify for years.
Persons: , Sam Smith, Charli XCX, Gunna, Daniel Ek, Ek, Daniel Ek Dave Benett, Diplo, Spotifest, Melanie Stetson Freeman, it's, Alicia Keys, Noam Galai, Gustav Söderström Organizations: Spotify, Service, Ikea, Business, Brooklyn, Spotifest, Christian Science, Getty, company's, Apple, YouTube Locations: Drumsheds, Houston, Stockholm, New York, Sweden, New York City, York
EU Parliament approves major reforms to migration policy
  + stars: | 2024-04-10 | by ( Luke Mcgee | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
The wide-ranging reforms are designed to ease the burden on countries that have historically taken the most asylum-seekers among the EU’s 27 member states. Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, said: “We have delivered a robust legislative framework on how to deal with migration and asylum in the EU. In theory, the EU will now spread the burden across the 27 member states, either through relocation of people to other member states or through financial and practical assistance in processing refugee claims. In a number of EU countries – notably Italy, Hungary, Slovakia and Sweden – anti-immigrant Euroskeptic politicians are in power, either outright or through coalition. “And it will ultimately be up to the member states themselves to decide how these new measures are practically managed.
Persons: Roberta Metsola, Joelle Grogan, Grogan, , Alberto Neidhardt, Neidhardt Organizations: CNN, European, EU, European Policy, Ukraine Locations: Greece, Italy, Malta, East, North Africa, Dublin, Brussels, , Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden, France, Germany, Ukraine, United States
CNN —Using acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, during pregnancy was not associated with increased risk of autism, ADHD or intellectual disability in children, a new study found. “This is a very extensive and well-designed study that found no association between acetaminophen use and neurodevelopmental impairment, including autism and ADHD,” he said. For example, the study found that parents who have neurodevelopmental disorders — which have strong heritability — are also more likely to use pain medications, like acetaminophen, during pregnancy. This relationship might make it seem like children who are exposed to acetaminophen during pregnancy are more likely to develop neurodevelopmental disorders, when, in fact, their increased risk is due to genetics, according to the study. The study found significant differences between birthing parents with higher acetaminophen use and those with lower or no use.
Persons: , ” Dr, Eric Brenner, ” Brenner, , Brenner, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, judiciously, Yalda Afshar Organizations: CNN, Karolinska Institute, Drexel University, Duke University, Food and Drug Administration, European Medicines Agency, Get CNN, CNN Health, FDA, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA Locations: Sweden
The researchers said the new method, described in a recent paper in the Nature Plants journal, could significantly curb the sale of Russian timber, which is prohibited in the European Union because of the war in Ukraine. But birch, oak, pine and other types of lumber from Russia are still finding European buyers amid surging demand. Last month, the novel approach was used to identify large shipments of illegal Russian lumber in Belgium. The new study looked at the chemical composition of 900 wood samples collected from 11 countries in Eastern Europe. The data was fed into a model powered by machine learning, which found patterns that could predict the geographic origin of the samples.
Locations: Sweden, Europe, Union, Ukraine, Russia, Belgium, Eastern Europe
Sweden's Volvo Cars on Thursday climbed to its highest level since November, after the automaker reported record single-month sales for March and solid electric vehicle growth in Europe. Year-on-year sales of electric vehicles in Europe were 22% higher in the quarter and up 34% year-on-year in March, roughly in line with overall sales growth in that market. Sales of electric models to China, the largest EV market, dropped by 36% despite a 4% hike in overall sales. Overall sales growth was 17%. "These numbers reflect the strength of our strategy and product diversity - offering fully electric cars alongside plug-in hybrids and mild hybrids in the right mix," Volvo Cars' Deputy CEO Björn Annwall said in a statement.
Persons: Björn Annwall Organizations: Volvo, Volvo Cars, EV Locations: Europe, London, China
For over a decade, allies have chronically underspent on defense while the West’s adversaries modernized and bolstered their own military capabilities. Defense spending stayed low across the West not just because of budget pressures, but also because everyone – including the US – was frightened to provoke Russia. However, the nature of NATO allies’ support for Ukraine – much of it direct military support – has exposed the vulnerability that years of underfunding has caused the alliance. Fabian Bimmer/Pool/ReutersThis means that the challenge in front of NATO allies now is not just how can they meet the demand for weapons coming from Ukraine, but how do they reverse years of underfunding their own defenses? Some allies don’t trust that others will be quite so generous with defense spending if the Russia-Ukraine war were to end.
Persons: Vladimir Putin’s, Putin, Volodymyr Zelensky, Murat Kula, , ” John Herbst, Antony Blinken, Ulf Kristersson, Andrew Caballero, Reynolds, underfunding, It’s, Herbst, NATO’s, , Jens Stoltenberg, Olaf Scholz, Fabian Bimmer, Stoltenberg, ” Stoltenberg, Peter Ricketts, Douglas Lute, Organizations: CNN, NATO, Turkish, Anadolu Agency, Pentagon, , Swedish, US State Department, Getty, Ukraine, Rheinmetall, Trump Locations: Soviet, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, Ukraine, United States, British, Vilnius, Russia, Kyiv, Europe, Germany, AFP, North Korea, Iran, Washington, Unterluess, Baltic, Brussels, Finland, Sweden, NATO
More dire long-term consequences may also be at play, according to new research on the associations between work patterns in young adulthood and health outcomes later in life. Multiple studies have shown how irregular work hours can harm overall health and social life, but the new paper views the relationship through a “life-course” approach, observing how work patterns affect health throughout adulthood instead of one point in time. Despite the challenges of today’s work schedules, health experts say there are strategies people can use to mitigate the negative impacts. Additionally, still having some kind of routine or schedule around that shift can make it easier to fit in those health-promoting activities — especially sleep, Yao added. And past research has found that refraining from eating late at night counteracts the negative effects of shift work on health, he added.
Persons: , Wen, Han, ” Han, White, Xiaoxi Yao, wasn’t, Yao, ” Yao, , Leana Wen, Wen wasn’t, Azizi Seixas, Christian Benedict, Han’s, ” Benedict, Benedict, ” Seixas Organizations: CNN, Silver School of Social, New York University, Longitudinal Survey, Mayo Clinic, , George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, Center, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Uppsala University Locations: midlife, Minnesota, Sweden
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