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Harley-Davidson has resumed production of the LiveWire

Harley-Davidson has resumed production of the LiveWire

Harley-Davidson has resumed production and deliveries of its electric LiveWire motorcycle after determining an issue with charging was isolated to a single vehicle. HD halted production and delivery of its first electric motorcycle earlier this week after discovering what it described at the time as a “non-standard condition.” Harley-Davidson didn’t recall any of the LiveWire…
Harley-Davidson resumes production of first electric motorcycle after charging issue

Harley-Davidson resumes production of first electric motorcycle after charging issue

Harley-Davidson has restarted production and deliveries of LiveWire, its first electric motorcycle, after resolving an issue with the bike’s charging technology that was discovered last week, the company tells The Verge. The first customers of the $30,000 LiveWire, which just started shipping in September, can resume charging their motorcycles at home. (The company previously advised…
Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire is more electric motorcycle than I’ll ever need

Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire is more electric motorcycle than I’ll ever need

There’s not a lot I can tell you from the 20 minutes I spent riding Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle this weekend at the Formula E race in Brooklyn, New York. One thing I can tell you, though, is it’s certainly more electric motorcycle than I’d ever need. That may not be the case for you,…
Harley-Davidson’s CEO is leading an all-American company through a global trade war

Harley-Davidson’s CEO is leading an all-American company through a global trade war

Matthew Levatich is the CEO of one of the most all-American brands there is: Harley-Davidson motorcycles. It’s only fitting, then, that he should find his company at the center of an all-American debate about global trade, taxes, and manufacturing that has resulted in Twitter callouts from President Trump. Recode co-founder and editor-at-large Kara Swisher will…

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Local news outlets struggle to survive coronavirus fallout | TheHill –...

A massive surge in online readership during the coronavirus outbreak is coinciding with a sudden drop in ad revenue that could cripple local news outlets already struggling to survive. Several newspapers and alt-weeklies have announced pay cuts and layoffs, with some shutting down operations altogether. The turmoil has also brought fresh scrutiny on big tech platforms…

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