Ex-NoA President Reggie Fils-Aimé Addresses Reports Of Worker Mistreatment At Nintendo

Ex-NoA President Reggie Fils-Aimé Addresses Reports Of Worker Mistreatment At Nintendo

Subscribe to Nintendo Life at Youtube In early April 2022, reports of poor working conditions at Nintendo of America surfaced, accusing the company and a third-party recruiting firm of “concerted activities” and “coercive actions” to prevent unionization, and the struggles of part-time workers and contractors. to get time off and a living wage. On May … Read more

West braces for Shanghai shock as zero-Covid nightmare ends

West braces for Shanghai shock as zero-Covid nightmare ends

“China itself is too big,” says Dale Rogers, a logistics professor at Arizona State University. “There are too many things out there that you can’t replace very well.” After two torrid years, many importing companies find themselves once again at the mercy of fragile global shipping lanes. The pandemic has been a “very, very clear … Read more

EA Was Deep In Merger Talks With NBCUniversal

EA Was Deep In Merger Talks With NBCUniversal

Photo: Christian Peterson (Getty Images) The video game market is consolidating like never before, and Electronic Arts is hustling like everyone else. the Battlefield and Fifa The manufacturer recently pursued a merger with NBCUniversal and also held potential acquisition talks with Disney, Apple and other companies, according to a new report from Puck. While no … Read more

Massive wave of rail strikes sparks fear for food supply

Massive wave of rail strikes sparks fear for food supply

The planned rail reforms fall into four broad sections: pension reform, downsizing, striking new wage deals and plans to close hundreds of station ticket offices. A government source said: “There is a very strong feeling…that we need to create a sustainable rail system for the future. We need to create a railroad that works for … Read more

Boeing’s attempt to win space race jettisoned by infighting

Boeing's attempt to win space race jettisoned by infighting

Boeing’s bid to win the space race has turned into infighting as it fails to keep up with rival Elon Musk. The US manufacturer is battling a key supplier for faulty fuel valves in its Starliner spacecraft, a vehicle designed to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station which it hopes will jump-start its space … Read more

Nintendo Says It Wants To Avoid A Repeat Of Wii U With Switch’s Successor

Nintendo Says It Wants To Avoid A Repeat Of Wii U With Switch's Successor

Image: Nintendo Since Nintendo announced its financial results yesterday – where it revealed the Switch has sold over 107 million units worldwide and predicted that profits will plummet again in the next fiscal year – there’s been been a lot of talk about a successor to Switch, hasn’t there? In a Q&A with a Japanese … Read more

UK start-up in talks to build lithium refinery in Teesside to reduce reliance on China

UK start-up in talks to build lithium refinery in Teesside to reduce reliance on China

A UK start-up is in talks to build one of Europe’s first lithium refineries on Teesside after winning backing from a metals trading giant. Green Lithium’s refinery would produce tens of thousands of tonnes of battery-grade lithium a year, helping to reduce reliance on China for a material critical to electric cars. The venture is … Read more

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 Delay Sees Nintendo Shares Slump 6%

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 Delay Sees Nintendo Shares Slump 6%

Picture: Nintendo Following news that the company is pushing back the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 sequel from its previous “2022” release window to “Spring 2023”, Nintendo shares fell 6% to Tokyo yesterday. As Reuters reported, the slump comes after a 25% year-to-date rise, with Switch still selling strongly … Read more

Germany declares ‘early warning’ for supply emergency as it prepares shift away from Russian gas – live | Business

Hello and welcome to our ongoing coverage of the global economy, financial markets, eurozone and business. Germany said an ‘early warning’ it could be heading for a gas supply emergency and said the measure was to prepare for a possible disruption of natural gas flows from Russia. Economy Minister Robert Habeck said supplies had been … Read more