A container fire off the coast of British Columbia, Canada appears to be under control.That’s according to Canadian Coast Guard Commander JJ Brickett on Sunday.“The company itself is reporting that the majority of the fire is actually out. We still see it smoldering. What they were attempting to do is let the fire burned down. In other words, the container consume itself with the fuel while keeping everything else around it cool so they wouldn't ignite. When we are looking at the imagery, we can't see any scorching or charring of those adjacent containers. That's a really good sign."In a statement earlier on Sunday the company that manages the container ship, Danaos Shipping, said no injuries had been reported.Sixteen crew members were evacuated from the MV Zim Kingston after the fire broke out earlier in the weekend, while five remained onboard to fight the fire.Tug boats were seen spraying water around the fire to contain it.The ship is anchored several miles off the southern coast of Vancouver Island.Officials have ensured that residents are safe and commercial ports are still in operation.Canada’s coast guard said it’s been working with its U.S. counterpart to track 40 containers that had fallen overboard after bad weather on Friday, more of which is expected to hit the region Sunday.Mariners are advised to stay clear of the area.
Tesla rolled back the latest beta version of its full self-driving software on Sunday. It was less than a day after its release.Users had complained of false collision warnings and other issues.In some video posts on social media, users said vehicles with the latest update repeatedly provided Forward Collision Warnings, when there was no immediate danger.Others said vehicles also automatically applied brakes for no reason.Some users said they lost the FSD beta software entirely after having issues with the update.Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter, "Please note, this is to be expected with beta software. It is impossible to test all hardware configs in all conditions with internal quality assurance, hence public beta."Musk also said fixes were in the works.But it's not immediately clear if there's a new date for the release.U.S. federal regulators are increasingly scrutinizing Tesla and its self-driving tech.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is probing Tesla's Autopilot system in three-quarters of a million U.S. vehicles after a series of crashes.
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance anchor Alexis Christoforous, Lululemon CEO Calvin McDonald discussed how factors that accelerated during the pandemic, including people buying more athleisure clothing, benefitted the retailer.