In TECH & TELCOS NEWS, we look at chipmaking in Japan, the plan for semiconductors in the UK, TikTokers taking Montana to court, Apple restricting employee use of ChatGPT and BT's job-cutting plans. In CONSUMER, RETAIL & LEISURE NEWS, consumer sentiment continues to improve, Walmart sees stronger sales, Asda plans headcount reduction, Burberry does well despite the VAT problem and EasyJet takes off. In CAR-RELATED NEWS, Geely takes a bigger slice of Aston Martin, Tata gets closer to building a UK gigafactory but we look at why this isn't necessarily a good thing. In INDIVIDUAL COMPANY NEWS, Eskom chief warns of blackouts, Revolut looks unlikely to get a banking licence and Royal Mail is in a pickle. AND FINALLY, I show you how drummers knock on doors...
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