Wednesday 01/03/23

In CONSUMER & RETAIL NEWS, inflation hits, the Treasury reviews energy subsidies, Shapps extends coal-burning plant usage, Sainsbury's slims down, M&S rolls out more self-service tills, Ocado racks up losses and AO World gets a boost. In AUTOMOTIVE-RELATED NEWS, Berlin threatens to block the EU's combustion engine ban, Tesla is to build a plant in Mexico, JLR's owner wants government money, Arrival hits a bump and LG Energy Solution bets on fast US growth. In TECH NEWS, chipmakers face a choice, Brussels focuses on Apple, a ransomware attack on a chip supplier causes delays and Meta divides marketers. In FINANCIALS NEWS, Goldman has a rethink, Klarna sees profit ahead and St James's Place misses its target. AND FINALLY, I bring you stuff in miniature...


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