Got Bad Posture? 9 Tips to Fix Your Slouch

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Having good posture versus bad posture isn’t quite as simple as standing up straight as a drill sergeant. But hunching over devices for hours while working from home or doom-scrolling isn’t great either (hello, “text neck”). There’s no set definition for good posture or bad posture, says Chester Lin, P.T., M.P.T. “You want posture that minimizes excessive wear-and-tear and allows you to...

How to Set Boundaries at Home and Work

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As a child, setting boundaries came in the form of posting a “PRIVATE” sign on your treehouse or a line (literal or figurative) down the middle of the back seat of the car to keep your sibling(s) on their side. As an adult, however, boundaries can blur. Where does work end and personal life begin when you get emails 24/7 on...

Bitcoin set for worst week since March as riskier assets sold off

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February 26, 2021 By Ritvik Carvalho and Tom Wilson LONDON (Reuters) – Bitcoin was headed on Friday for its worst week since March as a rout in global bond markets sent yields flying and sparked a sell-off in riskier assets. The world’s biggest cryptocurrency slipped as much as 6% to $44,451 before recovering most of its losses. It...

Exclusive: China’s Huawei, reeling from U.S. sanctions, plans foray into EVs – sources

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February 26, 2021 By Julie Zhu and Yilei Sun HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Huawei plans to make electric vehicles under its own brand and could launch some models this year, four sources said, as the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker, battered by U.S. sanctions, explores a strategic shift. Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is in talks with state-owned...

Analysis: Hyundai bought chips when rivals didn’t; its assembly lines are still rolling

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February 26, 2021 By Joyce Lee SEOUL (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor has so far avoided a chip shortage that has plagued global automakers, largely maintaining its stockpile of chips last year and even accelerating purchases towards the end, three people with knowledge of the matter said. The shortage has forced production cuts worldwide, including at Volkswagen and General...

Toyota develops fuel cell system to cut carbon footprint

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February 26, 2021 TOKYO (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it has developed a packaged fuel cell system module, as it hopes to expand its usage and accessibility of the zero-emission technology amid the industry’s shift towards electric vehicles (EVs). The world’s biggest automaker, which launched a revamped Mirai in December, has not been successful...

Fisker mulls battery cell manufacturing in Europe, U.S. with major supplier

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February 26, 2021 By Hyunjoo Jin (Reuters) – Fisker Inc CEO said on Thursday that the electric vehicle startup is considering setting up a battery cell manufacturing facility with an unidentified major supplier in Europe or the United States, to secure stable supplies of the key component. Fisker, which was once a rival to Tesla Motors Inc in...

GameStop jumps nearly 19%; ‘meme stocks’ fade after another wild ride

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February 26, 2021 By Aaron Saldanha, Thyagaraju Adinarayan and David Randall (Reuters) – GameStop Corp shares rallied on Thursday, finishing with double-digit gains despite a sharp retreat from session highs and leading a surprise resurgence of so-called “stonks” championed online by passionate retail investors. GameStop shares, which doubled their value on Wednesday, hit...

Tesla’s Musk says U.S. factory closed for two days due to parts shortages

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February 26, 2021 (Reuters) – Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said the electric vehicle company’s Fremont, California plant shut down for two days this week due to “parts shortages” and had reopened on Wednesday. Shares of Tesla fell 8% during the day after Bloomberg reported that production of Tesla’s less expensive sedan, the Model 3, had...