CHard-hitting this week was to fear, or, as the ever-nagging shareholders of Deutsche Bank say, a horror film with excess length. Just because the stock price is low and the bonuses high, where is the connection? If ever a horror movie runs with excess length, then yes probably the video of the Youtubers Rezo, which disassembles the CDU, what he does with only almost correct facts, but what little bothers his four million mostly fastidious downloaders. If the CDU does not know how to get out of the tightrope, ask the auto industry. She does not know that either.
The diesel, if that's no horror movie in excess. The Naturschutzbund Nabu now wanted to drive him back to the cart and set up eight measuring stations at the Port of Hamburg to prove that the air there is only good for suffocation. Unfortunately, nothing comes of it, no increased pollutant values, no fine dust, not even a bit too much nitric oxide. Perhaps, it is now explained, the wind had blown the stuff elsewhere, which does not sound completely impossible. Ports are often on the water, according to well-informed sources.
Meanwhile Elon Musk gives us courage, who has some difficulties with the burn rate of Tesla, which means not flaring electric cars, but his passbook. 700 million losses in the quarter are indeed some of its whole. But Musk would not be Musk if he had no solution. He is now building a Hyperloop through Las Vegas, in which capsules piled on air cushions shoot people from one casino to another at 1200 km / h. That is, almost. The capsules are now cars, they rest on rubber, not on air and drive instead of 1200 rather 80 km / h. But otherwise all problems are solved. The Boring Company is the name of the company, we call that visionary. Which inevitably leads to the question of what actually Dieter Zetsche has done all the time. The guy handed over Daimler this week and retired. Just like that, without Hyperloop and horror movie. Really weak.
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