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3 Stocks Trading at Rock-Bottom Prices; Analysts Say ‘Buy’

Investing is all about profits, and part of generating profits is knowing when to start the game. The old adage says to buy low and sell high, and while it’s tempting just to discount cliches like that, they’ve passed into common currency because they embody a fundamental truth. Buying low is always a good start in building a portfolio. The trick, however, is recognizing the right stocks to buy low. Prices fall for a reason, and sometimes that reason is fundamental unsoundness. Fortunately, Wall Streets analysts are busy separating the

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Brick woman, 78, killed in two-vehicle crash on Mother’s Day

BRICK — A township woman was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Mother’s Day morning, according to police.

Nancy Penrod was riding with her husband, Terry Penrod, both 78, around 9:45 a.m. on Sunday heading north on Lanes Mill Road when their Dodge Caravan collided with a Toyota Camry traveling in the opposite direction, according to Brick Township Police.

Terry Penrod, who was driving the minivan, was treated for injuries at a local hospital, as was the 30-year-old Camry driver, Ashley Watkins, also of Brick.

Police said Nancy Penrod was not breathing when responding officers arrived at the crash site,

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STARTUP DIGEST: Top stories of the day

There were many important updates in the startup space during the day on Tuesday, which include credit card payment platform Cred has turned a unicorn, nearly trebling its valuation in just three months to $2.2 billion with a new round of funding of $215 million; Ather Energy sees sales 250 percent jump  in the last quarter and edtech company upGrad clocks $100 crore monthly revenues in March. Here’s all that hit headlines today:

Cred valued at $2.2 billion with new round, Kunal Shah says ‘conscious call’ to not monetise in first 2 years

Credit card payment platform Cred has turned

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When Chips Run Low, Smart HMI Design Saves the Day

First, the bad news: The semiconductor chip shortage roiling the auto industry is a look into the future.

It has impacted all facets of the industry, including human-machine interface (HMI) development teams and those companies who are part of the embedded user interface supply chain.

Since HMIs – with their requisite animation and graphics – are compute-intensive, they require the microprocessors and memory devices currently in such short supply.

The shortage began when the pandemic temporarily shut down auto production last year, causing chip manufacturers to shift their focus to sectors such as consumer electronics. Because of stronger-than-expected recovery in

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Volkswagen announces Tesla Battery Day-like event, calls it ‘Power Day’

Volkswagen has announced that it plans to have a ‘Power Day’ event on March 15 where the automaker intends to reveal its roadmap related to securing of battery cell supply. The event is similar to Tesla’s ‘Battery Day’ event that was held in September last year.

While announcing the event, the company’s CEO Herbert Diess wrote on LinkedIn that “it is not a car presentation” and the shared announcement featured a battery cell. It is expected that the event will highlight the company’s battery plans so as to ramp up its electric vehicle production.

Battery technology is a significant part

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International Women’s Day 2021 | CarAdvice

International Women’s Day 2021: Australian women of the automotive industry

Today we celebrate the 110th International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is #ChooseToChallenge – a challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change.

Women have been making a mark in the automotive industry for a long time now, dating all the way back to 1888.

This was the year Bertha Benz became the first person in history to drive an automobile over a long distance, in turn producing the first sales for Benz Patent-Motorwagen.

Features we use on an every day basis were in fact, designed by

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