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WeWork tries to go public again, this time through special-purpose acquisition

WeWork is to go public in a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company, according to reports, nearly two years after its attempted initial public...

Semiconductors: The shortage you haven’t heard about

Microchips and semiconductors are major components in many essential devices we use daily. They’re found in mobile phones, washing machines, digital cameras, electric cars...

Volkswagen reports huge pre-tax profit despite Covid-19 disruption

German car maker Volkswagen has said it made a better than expected post-tax profit of €8.8 billion in 2020 despite the disruption from the...

Google fined over ‘misleading’ French hotel rankings

Google has agreed to pay a fine of 1.1 million euros (£959,400) after French authorities concluded the search engine displayed “misleading” rankings for French...

EU hopeful for firm economic growth despite virus challenges

Senior European Commission officials have expressed cautious optimism that European economies will rebound later this year and in 2022. The forecast comes despite deep uncertainty...

Tesla to start accepting Bitcoin as payment soon

Tesla has acquired around 1.5 billion dollars (£1.09 billion) in Bitcoin under an investment policy at the electric car maker headed by Elon Musk. It...

Microsoft posts $15.5bn second-quarter profit

Microsoft has beaten Wall Street expectations for the last three months of 2020 despite the pandemic raging through the US. The figures were powered by...

European car sales plunge as pandemic provokes crisis

European car sales plunged by nearly a quarter last year as the pandemic provoked the worst crisis ever to hit the capital-intensive industry. New car...

Google and French publishers sign copyright news payment deal

Google has signed a deal with a group of French publishers paving the way for the internet giant to make digital copyright payments for...

Hauliers warn they are being ‘overwhelmed’ by paperwork for deliveries to the North

Hauliers have warned they are being “overwhelmed” by red tape due to new checks on deliveries to Northern Ireland from the rest of the...

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