Flying taxi startup Blade is helping Silicon Valley CEOs bypass traffic
March 28, 2019

One year after a $38 million Series B valued on-demand aviation startup Blade at $140 million, the company has begun taxiing the Bay Area’s elite.

As part of a new pilot program, Blade has given 200 people in San Francisco Continue reading

With its Greenlots acquisition, Shell is moving from gas stations to charging stations
February 12, 2019

In a bid to show that it’s getting ready for the electrification of American roads, Royal Dutch Shell is buying Greenlots, a Los Angeles-based developer of electric vehicle charging and energy management technologies.

Shell, which is making the acquisition Continue reading

Brexit is a ‘nationalist spasm’: Lord Adonis resigns as infrastructure tsar
January 11, 2018

Labour peer urges his party to support second referendum as he steps down as chair of national commission

Brexit has caused a nervous breakdown in Whitehall, the former Labour minister Andrew Adonis has said following his resignation as chair of Continue reading