Away’s CEO isn’t going away after all. Steph Korey, co-founder and former chief executive of venture capital-backed luggage maker, appeared to have stepped aside late last year following stories about harsh working conditions. But on Monday, Korey told the New York Times that she instead will become co-CEO along with Stuart Haselden, who starts his job with Away on Monday. Although Korey...
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Recent declines in the cost of batteries have persuaded some analysts to significantly increase their forecasts of electric vehicle sales later this decade. But the sales projections partly depend on the prices of battery metals like lithium and nickel staying comparatively low, a considerable risk given wild price swings over the last two years.
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