Wednesday 28/02/24

In RETAIL NEWS, the UK tries to lure Shein, Currys snubs Elliott, Asda falls off the pace, Homebase reports heavy losses and Macy's shuts stores. In CAR-RELATED NEWS, Shenzhen plans to boost car exports, the UK prepares to investigate Chinese imports, Tesla's gigafactory faces criticism, Tata plans a gigafactory in Somerset and Apple abandons plans for a car. In TECH & MEDIA NEWS, Apple shareholders press for more AI info, Big Tech acquisitions insulate, Klarna sings the praises of its chatbot, Universal's war on TikTok steps up and Bumble reduces headcount. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, we see that the oil and gas industry prospered under Biden despite Biden, English councils face hard times and EasyJet returns to the FTSE100. AND FINALLY, I'll show you what it's like to keep up with Kipchoge...

 


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