Wednesday 19/07/23

In TECH NEWS, Microsoft makes moves in AI and stays committed to Activision Blizzard while more writers join the AI lawsuit, Asian superapps falter and Darktrace feels relieved. In CONSUMER, RETAIL & LEISURE NEWS, US retail sales boost confidence but in the UK we see rising credit card debt and rising car insurance premiums but falling food price inflation, Lidl and Aldi continue to take market share, Ocado wants more, Pret recovers and Zegna poaches an LVMH exec. In BUSINESS & EMPLOYMENT TRENDS, UK profit warnings rise and we are the champions of home working. In INDIVIDUAL COMPANY NEWS, NEWS, Evergrande is still in trouble, Morgan Stanley sees trading slow and Tata Motors is close to announcing a UK battery factory. AND FINALLY, I bring you another annoying maths problem...


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